eloved Bedford Avenue L train platform attendant Steffon Williams, 35, bid farewell to dozens of passengers who loved him. Williams was transferred to another station, despite a petition with hundreds of signatures begging for him to stay.
Bushwick delivery man Jose Peralta is known as "The Trump Guy."
In the wake of President Donald Trump's refugee ban, Yemeni bodega, who are New Yorkers' go-to source for lotto tickets and sandwiches, fear that their families will be torn apart.
Ryan Leary, 31, is recovering after being run over by a dump truck.
Bicyclists were hit with twice as many traffic tickets as commercial truck drivers in Williamsburg's 90th Precinct so far this year, and more than any other precinct in North Brooklyn, according to NYPD data.
Amid an uptick in sexual assaults in Greenpoint's 94th Precinct. Captain Peter Rose said most of the cases weren't "total-abomination rapes."
GRJ LLC warned it would shut off a building's sole elevator indefinitely to the dismay of a handful of elderly and disabled tenants who rely on it to leave their apartments.
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Greenpoint residents rallied around a 99 cent store forced out due to rising rents.
Amid an citywide uptick in hate crimes, most go unsolved.
Three officers opened fire at Sergio Reyes, shooting him 14 times.
"It was like a war and a bomb had dropped. The next day you woke up and you start remembering how this was, remembering how that was," said Robert Camacho, who was a teenager during the blackout. "It never came back. It never came back to this day, it never came back."
She gave up the "lesbian redneck dream" to bring life back to a failing church.
Collision Investigation Squad Detective Edward Behringer detailed at the Tuesday hearing a painstaking investigation that began the morning after the crash that killed cyclist Matthew von Ohlen.
A neglected 36-year-old community garden was razed, uprooting the legacy of the recently deceased matron who founded it.
Retired police officer Gene Barrett terrorized his neighbors for years leading up to the fatal shooting of a kindly window-washer Joseph Stepinski, they said.
Joel and Amrom Israel confessed in Brooklyn Supreme Court to a felony scheme to defraud and three counts of unlawful eviction — a misdemeanor.
"She was tireless. She thought she had to fight more and more," said Nelba Maldonado in Spanish. "Every day there are more abuses, and the only thing she ever wanted was justice.