Brooklyn Restaurant Tags Sidewalks To Let Neighbors Know They’re Open For BusinessCreative advertising or vandalism? A new Brooklyn eatery is using public property to spread the word that it's open.
Man Claims State Senator Impersonated Cop During Brooklyn Bike Lane DisputeA New York state senator is being accused of posing as a police officer.
Real Estate Developers Eye Streets Around Notoriously Toxic Gowanus CanalFrom toxic to trendy -- the area around the Gowanus Canal is suddenly hot.
Decapitated, Dismembered Woman's Body Found Floating In Gowanus BayPolice have released an image of a tattoo found on the woman's body in the hope that it will help identify her.
Relentless Rain Causes Retaining Wall To Collapse In Gowanus, BrooklynThe wet weather was more than an inconvenience in Gowanus, Brooklyn -- it became a safety issue on 17th Street.
Brooklyn Artist Furious As Muddy Water Floods Home, StudioA Brooklyn artist is fighting to save her home and her artwork from a messy situation.
Two Dozen People Arrested When Police Raid Brooklyn Motorcycle ClubA tip led police to the God's Only Demons Motorcycle Club on Butler Street in Gowanus around 5 a.m. Saturday.
National Grid Customers Could See Rate Hike Over Cleanup Of Gowanus CanalNational Grid inherited the liability when it bought Keyspan and Brooklyn Union Gas. Now, the company wants customers to pay on average an additional $9.40 per month each year, indefinitely.
Woman Charged With Animal Cruelty For Allegedly Keeping Nearly 200 Rabbits In BackyardPolice have arrested and charged a Brooklyn woman after nearly 200 rabbits were found in the backyard of a tire shop in December.
Wall Collapses In Gowanus; 1 Person Taken To Hospital With InjuriesOne person has been injured after a wall collapsed along 12th Street in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn between Second and Third avenues.
Gowanus Home Housing Dozens Of Rabbits Concerns NeighborsResidents of a Brooklyn neighborhood are concerned over dozens of out of control rabbits.
Safety Among Concerns For Gowanus Residents Protesting Parole FacilityIf the state has its way thousands of state parolees will start reporting to a massive facility on Second Ave in January, but a lawsuit from neighbors is trying to stop that from happening.