Latest Articles Tagged "bedstuy"
Nine employees filed for an election with the NLRB to form the Brotherhood of Oddly Enough Workers union, indicating that at least one-third of them had signed on to initiate the process.
The man was sitting on a bench at the P.O. Reinaldo Salgado Playground on Monroe Street in Bed-Stuy when a piece of a nearby tree fell onto his head, officials say.
"This is the most racist thing out there, I'm not a racist," the man told an employee at Burly Coffee. "This is offensive and I want you to take off this sign."
For the second time this week, a piece of debris reportedly fell from an elevated subway track and onto a car below, smashing its sunroof.
Law enforcement sources say the attack was totally random.
Police say two men were stabbed on the C train near Ralph Avenue in Brooklyn around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday.
According to the FDNY, the shooting happened around 2:50 p.m. at Myrtle Avenue & Tompkins Avenue. Both officers were taken to Woodhull Hospital. [Updates Below]
"Three cops in an NYPD van pulled me over as I was walking down the sidewalk...they looked at me and said, 'De Blasio is making us enforce it, it's been all over the news.'"
David Segal, the former spokesman for City Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez, received FOUR tickets during a stop in Bedstuy this morning—three for red light violations, and one for disorderly conduct.
We've finally found an answer to that age old question, "What's the best way to spend stolen money from people you tortured and murdered in a drug-related home-invasion attack?"