The NYC Department of Environmental Protection wants pizzeria owners to cut their carbon emissions by 75%. That's leaving a bad taste in the mouths of some.
Four men were reportedly hospitalized after being shot in Brooklyn.
A man working at the set of 'Law and Order: Organized Crime' was fatally shot in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning.
It may sound like the start of a joke but an Alaskan woman did remove an opossum from a Brooklyn bar.
Mayor-elect Eric Adams reacted to viral video of cars doing donuts on the Kosciuszko Bridge, saying New York City would not be “disrespected.”
A graffiti artist was taken into custody Thursday after climbing atop a water tower in Greenpoint.
The hunt is on for two suspects who beat a postal worker while on the job in Brooklyn.
Five barges in the East River between Midtown Manhattan and Queens and Brooklyn will launch 65,000 shells on Sunday night.
A crowd gathered in WNYC Transmitter Park in Greenpoint to watch dolphins swimming together near the shore.
Greenpoint is home to New York's largest Polish population. This is where you'll find a delicious deep-fried treat on Mardi Gras.
Sen. Julia Salazar of Brooklyn has tested positive for the coronavirus.
DeliverZero promises food delivery with zero-waste by providing restaurants with durable and reusable BPA-free plastic packaging.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn released CCTV footage on January 14 of what it called “a heinous act of religious intolerance,” which had occurred during the 9:30 am Mass at St Anthony of Padua Church the previous Sunday.
Police want to find the men seen drawing swastikas and profanities on a restaurant in Brooklyn.
Radick Kucharski is the owner and founder of Pierozek in Greenpoint. He and his wife wanted their pierogis to mirror those sold in a specific shop in Poland.
Radick and Alexandra Kucharksi are originally from Poland but now live in New York. They are about to open a shop in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn that will sell pierogis unlike any other in the city. Reported by Mac King
This past summer, New York City expanded ferry service along the East River and it is having a noticeable impact on certain rents. Some neighborhoods like DUMBO in Brooklyn and Long Island City in Queens haven't seen rents increase much at all. But in Greenpoint and Astoria, access to Manhattan by boat is both drawing renters and driving up prices.
Ah love. We seem obsessed with the search for it and the struggle to keep it.
Chocolate. Is there anything in the world more decadent, delicious and completely addictive? Which is why when I was told I was heading to Greenpoint, Brooklyn, to work at a chocolate factory my first thought was "okay, what's going to happen to ruin this one for me?"