A 12-year-old boy was struck and killed by a vehicle late Tuesday afternoon near Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
A Brooklyn man was illegally selling assault-style rifles out of his family’s townhouse, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday.
A man has been arrested and charged with serving as the getaway driver for a pair of alleged Brooklyn robbers, despite the fact that he has no legs.
Parking spaces in a Park Slope garage are going for $80,000, and some neighbors have called the price ridiculous.
There was a demand Friday from angry residents in Park Slope. They want Mayor Michael Bloomberg to stop focusing on bike lanes and do something about a dangerous intersection.
All this week, we’re is looking at what’s happening in the housing market. In our first segment, reporter Ginny Kosola spoke with new homeowners in Brooklyn.
Pedestrians hit by speeding cars, vehicles crashing – many have said it is like the Wild West on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, one of the most dangerous streets in Brooklyn.
Festival co-founder Jonathan Mayers of Superfly has promised a better experience for festival-goers in its second year.
Some homes in Park Slope, Brooklyn, have been left in a state of disgusting disarray, after gallons of sewer water seeped in.
Kids and their parents spent the day in Park Slope learning more about how they can do their part to help the planet.
Police on Saturday were searching for a thief who swiped a woman’s iPad out of her hand on a subway train in Brooklyn.
Dutch tourist Caroline DeJong and her friend were out for a jog at the time, and their New York visit was almost cut tragically short.
“We talk openly about sexism or racism. This is boroughism,” Public Advocate Bill de Blasio said at City Hall on Thursday. “This is clear bias according to borough.”
In a striking reversal, growing numbers of young parents are choosing to live in New York City over suburbia, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.
The impact of the New York City school bus strike, which will soon be entering its fourth week, is not just hitting parents, children and bus drivers. It’s now impacting those who help make a city school field trip a lasting childhood memory.