Water Main Break Floods Court Street Subway Station In Brooklyn HeightsThe water main broke at Montague and Clinton streets around 3:15 p.m. Thursday.
2 Lanes In Each Direction Shut Down On BQE After Debris SpillFour lanes of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway were shut down in Brooklyn Heights Thursday evening after a debris spill.
Swastikas Found On Playground Equipment In Brooklyn HeightsDisturbing signs of hate were discovered on a children's playground in Brooklyn Heights.
Cat Cafe Opens In Brooklyn HeightsBrooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition hopes to expand on the success of their 2015 pop up Cat Cafe with a new permanent location in Brooklyn Heights.
Manhole Fire Erupts In Brooklyn HeightsAccording to the Metropolitan Transit Authority, the manhole fire erupted on Willow Place in Brooklyn Heights on Wednesday morning.
St. Francis College In Brooklyn Heights Celebrates Pope Francis' VisitThe visit by Pope Francis coming next week has generated a lot of pride at a small college in Brooklyn.
Vandals Damage Brooklyn Church's Statue Of Virgin Mary And Baby JesusFather Edward Doran of St. Charles Borromeo Church in Brooklyn Heights walked out of his rectory door Friday morning to find a statue of the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus knocked over in the garden.
CBS News: Hillary Clinton To Announce Presidential Run On SundayHillary Clinton will reportedly announce her run for president on Sunday and she could be running that campaign from a building in Brooklyn.
Hillary Clinton Signs Lease At Brooklyn Heights Building; Could It Be Campaign HQ?In another sign that Hillary Rodham Clinton could be running for president, the former First Lady, U.S. senator and Secretary of State has signed a lease for office space in a Brooklyn Heights building.
Sources: Retired Correction Officer Shoots, Kills Man In Brooklyn Subway QuarrelA retired New York City correction officer shot and a man who later died Tuesday evening, in a confrontation at the Borough Hall subway station in busy downtown Brooklyn, sources said.
St. Francis Takes The Court With Eyes On First Ever NCAA Tournament BerthSt. Francis, a tiny school with five buildings on a half a block in Brooklyn Heights, has only 2,700 students and a chance to do something special.
Brooklyn Residents Disappointed After Pedestrian Bridge Closed For Being Too BouncyBrooklyn Bridge Park officials said there was an issue and shut down the bridge after staff reported unusual movement in August.