January 18, 2018 RSS feed / Other News

Fire Guts Abandoned Business

A two-alarm fire broke out around 4:15 a.m. on Saturday, January 13th at a defunct car wash.  According to the FDNY, the blaze engulfed the property located at 1437 Utica Avenue off Farragut Road.  More...

Three Injured In Morning Fire

Engine Company 323 and Ladder Company 159 responded to a fire last Thursday around 10 a.m. as smoke billowed out of the first floor of 1247 East 59th Street, between Avenues L and M. More...

District 22 Takes Steps to Improve Aging Infrastructure

Principals across District 22 have been compiling “wish lists” hoping to receive the funding needed to repair schools that are failing into disrepair. More...

Bodega Held Up For Breakfast

Recent surveillance video footage reviewed by the 75th Precinct showed just how far someone would go for, what appeared to be, cereal.  More...

Bed, Bath And Pickpocketed

A shopping trip to the Gateway Mall in November ended with a visit by the police and a search for a thief who ran off with a woman’s wallet.  More...

A Light “Touch” Makes For Heavy Traffic

They are not building them like they used to!  More...

Police Search For New Tips In Baffling Missing Child Case

It’s been eight years since Patrick Alford mysteriously disappeared from his Starrett City foster home, but his family and the NYPD haven’t given up hope that they will find the missing boy, who is now a teenager.  More...

Indictment Returned In Subway Bomber Case

The Justice Department announced that a grand jury handed down a six-count indictment against Akayed Ullah in connection with Ullah’s alleged detonation of a bomb in a subway passenger walkway last month (see “Flatlands Resident Sets Off More...

Cultural Expeditions Guide Community “Healer” To Help Others

In a world filled with psychic readers, fortune tellers and those who can “predict the future,” it’s hard to distinguish who’s real and who’s phony. More...

Know Before You Sign On The Dotted Line

Imagine going to a used car dealership and finding the perfect vehicle for you and your family - with a price tag to match. The dealer presents you with an amazing deal. More...

Plows Don’t Always Play Well With Others

You’ve lived in Gerritsen Beach your entire life. You’ve gotten used to the narrow streets with their alphabetical naming patterns. You can deal with the occasional power outage and low- level flooding. More...

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