Fort Hamilton Parkway
When New York City teaching assistant Hager Elsayed discovered that her three-carat diamond engagement ring was gone, she tore apart her apartment looking for it — to no avail.
A crowd turned out Saturday to plant daffodils outside a Brooklyn school in memory of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
At Dorman Square in Midwood, Brooklyn, the Department of Transportation wants to shut down a one-block stretch of Elm Avenue and a create a pedestrian plaza, like the one in Clinton Hill, where the DOT kicked out cars and installed cafe tables and chairs.
The woman was allegedly attacked while sitting on a southbound F train at the Fort Hamilton Parkway station.
Snow isn’t the only neighborhood nuisance many residents want removed from a street in Brooklyn. They want the City to jackhammer newly installed traffic islands they say are wreaking traffic havoc.