Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz

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Financial District »

An appreciation day for a New York City business isn't as rare an occurrence as you might expect. 

Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights Assembly wants affordable housing and an 'anti-harassment area' included in rezoning.

Crown Heights »

Neighborhood-minded newcomers are beginning to crop up on staunch old Brooklyn Commmunity Boards.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Metropolitan Alliance opened a new eco dock Saturday for waterfront users.

Crown Heights »

Students at Crown Heights' P-Tech  and their IBM mentors celebrated the end of a successful second year 

Red Hook »

The Red Cross awarded the grant to the Brooklyn Community Foundation for their storm relief work.

Carroll Gardens »

The Smith-9th Street subway station reopened Friday morning, to the relief of straphangers.

Crown Heights »

Officials and entrepreneurs have pinned new hopes for the neighborhood on Nostrand, but obstacles loom.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Following Barbra Streisand's first public show in her hometown, impersonators battled for free tickets.

Prospect Heights »

The Barclays Center made its public debut on Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Crown Heights »

The city is seeking proposals for 50,000 square feet of space in the Bedford-Atlantic Armory

Windsor Terrace »

Roughly 200 protesters rallied in front of the closed Key Food where Walgreens plans to open a store.

Prospect Heights »

Crosstown rivals Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks will play each other Nov. 1 at the Barclays Center.

Windsor Terrace »

Windsor Terrace residents say they won't shop at the Walgreens that's slated to replace a Key Food.

Park Slope »

Bars along Park Slope's Fifth Avenue will host readings of James Joyce's masterpiece, "Ulysses."