The incident took place at North 5th Street and Driggs Avenue at 8:50 p.m. Monday night, police said.
There is a new resident in Williamsburg, and not everyone is celebrating. A Starbucks opened on Union Ave and Ainslie Street, on Monday morning.
Lt. Gordon Ambelas died after suffering multiple injuries while on the 19th floor of the 21-story building in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, officials said.
A fire department spokesman said the firefighter was taken Saturday night to Woodhull Medical Center.
Surrounded by melting molasses figurines of child slaves is the centerpiece: a giant sphinx, 35 feet tall, 75 feet long, and coated with 40 tons of pure white sugar.
The 79-year-old man said that the women hit him on the back of the head and knocked him to the ground. The suspects were charged with misdemeanor assault.
Police are searching for a man who apparently got swept away after going for an early morning swim with friends in the East River.
Trivia nights in NYC offer prizes and a chance to stretch your brain, drink in hand. Challenge yourself to these New York bars’ weekly quiz-offs.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying a suspect wanted in connection with a possible bias assault that took place in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Traffic was snagged in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Wednesday afternoon, after a sinkhole estimated at 6 feet deep opened up in the middle of Driggs Avenue.
Brooklyn restaurants offering tasting menus have rivaled Manhattan’s iconic menus in recent years. Check out these stellar Brooklyn tasting menus.
A few hundred people participating in the eighth annual Zombie Crawl wore fake blood and latex — to look like peeling skin — and hopped between drinking establishment in Williamsburg.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a suspect who took nearly $50,000 in cash and checks from a warehouse in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Connect Four, Apples To Apples and Sorry! aren’t just for kids. Check out NYC’s best bars with board games the next time you’re feeling competitive.
Two attacks within days of each other have Jewish parents in Williamsburg worried about the safety of their children.