With help from community and friends, Flatlands Reformed Church held their second Thanksgiving Community Meal on Thanksgiving Day with generous helpings of love served along with the meal at 3931 Kings Highway. “Our mission is to love God and love others, and this is an

Only a handful of residents attended the 63rd Precinct Sector D Build the Block meeting held two days before Thanksgiving, but it led to a meaningful discussion about a problem one resident had with quality of life issues at a public space across the street

Grateful community residents in and around Assembly District 59 answered a turkey call announced on Facebook early Saturday morning on November 18th for a Thanksgiving food pop-up event hosted by Assemblywoman Jaime Williams in front of her district office at 5318 Avenue N. In its

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Community members interested in learning about the MTA’s proposed project to build an Interborough Express (IBX) from Bay Ridge to Jackson Heights packed the room at the first of three in-person meetings at Brooklyn College, 2705 Campus Road, on Wednesday, November 8th. Governor Kathy Hochul

Fire prevention and cooking safety were the burning topics of interest for Nieuw Amersfort Community Association (NACA) members during National Fire Safety Month at their October 24th meeting, held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 3913 Avenue J. “October is usually our Fire Safety Month, so

Another senseless act of gun violence left a community in shock once again; now they are asking for justice and pleading for change.  A longstanding dispute and arguments over noise led to the double homicide of a father, Bladimy Mathurin, 47, and his stepson, Mode

Not even the pouring rain could keep fans from visiting their hooked beak and sharp-clawed avian friends at the sixth annual Raptorama Festival held at the Salt Marsh Nature Center on Avenue U on Sunday, October 29th. Over 100 people surrounded the roped-off area where

Radio talk show celebrity, Guardian Angels founder and activist Curtis Sliwa spoke to over 250 fired up supporters at a Brooklyn Town Hall on the migrant camp at Floyd Bennett Field, held at the Knights of Columbus, at 3051 Nostrand Avenue, on Thursday, October 26th.

Construction of a tent shelter for asylum seekers at Floyd Bennett Field, part of Gateway National Recreation Area, began last week despite public outcry and the fact that federal parkland is not zoned for residential purposes. A spokesperson for the National Parks Service (NPS) confirmed

Patriotic red, white and blue banners, flags and a grand opening sign outside of IHOP, 2951 Avenue U, signaled the eagerly awaited arrival of Brooklyn’s latest addition to the popular franchise restaurant chain as doors opened on July 18th. “We would like the people of

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