The blockbuster Hollywood sequel has already started filming around the area, but upcoming plans to swing through Brooklyn are under fire.
A young Orthodox Jewish couple expecting their first child was killed in a car crash in Williamsburg as they headed to the hospital.
The fire broke out just before 2 p.m. in a three-story building at 175 Bedford Ave., just off North 8th Street.
The search is on for a couple of vandals caught on surveillance camera, leaving graffiti tags outside a business in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
The resurrection of the MTA’s B39 bus line between Williamsburg and the Lower East Side has Brooklyn residents ecstatic.
The holiday rush is behind us (phew!), but that won’t change the fact that shopping makes you hungry.
The original statue of the “Sacred Heart of Jesus” sat on a pedestal outside the rectory of Saints Peter and Paul Church for more than a decade before it was torn from its base in the middle of the night.
What if Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer were living in the New York City with of the 21st century with all the technology to boot? A new Twitter account has created that reality.
Authorities said they apprehended 31-year-old Laye Kaba inside 89 Porter Avenue on Thursday afternoon.
Police were searching Wednesday night for a man who followed a woman into her apartment in the trendy Williamsburg section of Brooklyn and raped her.
A man and woman were crossing Borinquen Road around 5 a.m. when they were struck by a Chevy Malibu and thrown into the opposite lane of traffic where the man was struck again by another vehicle, police said.
Gov. Cuomo announced plans for a new marketing campaign to promote New York-produced wine, beer, cider and spirits sales and tourism.
Rachel Massey was pushing her child in a stroller around 5 p.m. Tuesday when she said she was approached by a teenage boy who pointed a gun at her and demanded her iPhone.
New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is urging women to take steps to protect themselves on the subway, in the wake of another groping incident.
A cyclist admits he ran three red lights in Brooklyn, but thinks the ticket for more than $1,500 he received is excessive, according to a published report.