The former Commanding Officer of the 71st Precinct, Inspector Norman Grandstaff, will be promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief, according to a police source, and remain in the Brooklyn South Boro.
New York City has gone topsy turvey as a landlord finds himself facing eviction after ‘deadbeat’ tenants refuse to pay rent.
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The Jewish community wished farewell to a friend in blue this week, as Chief Charles Scholl, Executive Officer of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South, retired after 41 years on the force.
FDNY Engine 254 was responding to a fire in southern Brooklyn when a chain reaction sent the massive vehicle nose-first into a store. Six people were reported injured, thankfully none of them life-threatening.
Officials from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) were joined by local community institutions and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams today to announce the completion of new accessibility features, including three new hydraulic ADA elevators, at the Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum 2/3 Station in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn.
Restaurants in New York City have been notified that they will be required to shut down outdoor dining as of 2:00pm on Wednesday due to dangerous conditions caused by the impending storm.
For the second time this week, an EMS crew working the 911 system was robbed at gunpoint in Brooklyn. Ambulance crews have since been placed on increased alert as the NYPD investigates.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the indoor dining with again be stopped in New York City starting Monday after COVID cases continue to rise.
With the Metropolitan Transportation Authority facing a budget crisis, New Yorkers may have to dig into their pockets to help out. Under a new proposed bill, New York City residents would be required to pay a $3 surcharge on packages they ordered online.
A Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center ambulance crew was robbed at gunpoint Monday night in a rare crime involving Emergency Medical Services.
Goldman Sachs is eying a move to Florida for one of its key divisions — in what could be yet another major blow to New York City’s position at the helm of the financial industry, a new report says.
A Jewish 21-year-old man was shot Tuesday evening in Queens while on the steps outside his home, in what is believed to be a drive-by shooting.
In the age of Zelle, Quickpay, Cashapp, and BitCoin, cash still rules the roost in New York City. A new law has come into affect requiring establishments to accept cash comes into effect with a $1,000 fine for anyone who will not accept.
David Dinkins, who was elected New York City’s first black mayor in 1989 and famously referred to the nation’s largest metropolis as a “gorgeous mosaic,” died Monday night.
A series of high profile crimes on New York City’s subways have sparked alarm just as the NYPD has reported a reduction in the city’s willingness to allow enforcement.
Seven people were shot, one fatally, when gunmen opened fire inside a Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, apartment building following an earlier shooting that wounded a teen outside a Sweet 16 party.
A new bill introduced in City Council on Thursday would give citizens cash for reporting drivers who park their cars illegally — including placard abusers and cops.