We’ve got news on music saturating the nabe throughout the weekend and a fallen tree branch that injured two people on Monument Walk in this morning’s news wrap.
Learn about a proposal to bring more tech to Brooklyn, plus an upcoming movie festival on a new large screen at BAM and a community event at Ingersoll Community Center in this morning’s newswrap.
Residents of the violence-plagued Ingersoll Houses remembered Leon Avery, 63, who died of wounds from a stabbing on Saturday morning, and blame crime on chronic joblessness.
We’ve got news about a weekend stabbing, tonight’s Myrtle Avenue safety meeting and a Wednesday’s Community Board 2 meeting in today’s daily wrap.
The 88th Precinct saw many thefts between May 15 and 22, with home burglaries topping the list. Thefts also happened in subway stations, from parked cars and on the street.
Learn about teens tossing milk cartons over the Fleet Walk pedestrian bridge, plans for a new hotel in the nabe and a musical gathering happening this weekend in today’s daily news wrap.