“Over a foot of snow in five hours so that’s a heavy, heavy rate, but we managed to keep all of the highways and primaries open,” said Bernard Sullivan of the Sanitation Department.
The Brooklyn Borough President reacted angrily after a study by a neighborhood group found a huge discrepancy with the DOT on the use of bike lanes in Prospect Park West.
Warren Bell, owner of Bagels By Bell in Canarsie, is giving away one million green bagels to help fans cheer on the Jets.
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.
Streets remain in the city’s outer boroughs that still haven’t been plowed three days after the tri-state was blasted with a weekend blizzard, and Mayor Bloomberg is admitting the city messed up.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz stopped in the studio to give the State of Brooklyn to CBS 2′s Dana Tyler.
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It’s a holiday card with a message.
For the first time this holiday season, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz is sending out Christmas cards with a message. It’s a message Mayor Michael Bloomberg might not like.
Autumn begins Wednesday, but Brooklyn’s borough president says Coney Island amusements are still “red hot.”
Protesters lined up along 34th Street to voice their displeasure over a decision by the Empire State Building to refuse a request to honor Mother Teresa.
Neil Sedaka’s Brooklyn homecoming was memorable, but, by design, it was far from ear splitting due to neighborhood complaints.