Here, we've gathered the most popular articles of the last seven days that appeared on Brooklyn Patch sites. From police activity to politics, real estate and restaurants, find out what news had the borough buzzing.
Bed-Stuy: Hasidic Community in Crown Heights Calls for Investigation into Innocent Man's Beating and Arrest
The orthodox Jewish community in Crown Heights joined elected officials at a press conference Monday to protest what they feel is the wrongful arrest and beating of an innocent citizen.
Carroll Gardens: Marco Polo Reopens!
After months of renovations, one of Carroll Gardens' most popular and longstanding Italian restaurants, Marco Polo Ristorante, officially reopened its doors on Tuesday night with a celebration of old and new.
More producers are jumping on the use-Ditmas-Park-as-a-backdrop bandwagon and will be flocking to the neighborhood throughout the rest of the week, according to signs posted on local blocks.
Fort Greene-Clinton Hill: Deli Owner Arrested For Selling Drugs Out of Lafayette Avenue Store
Police busted a well-known Fort Greene business owner Thursday night for allegedly selling marijuana out of his Lafayette Avenue convenience store, cops said.
Park Slope: P.S. 321 Proposed Zoning Changes to be Announced at Public Meeting Tonight
The zoning changes proposed for P.S. 321 and 107 that have shaken homeowners across Park Slope and Gowanus will be discussed at a public meeting Wednesday night.
The new public school on Classon and St. Marks avenues that opened this fall has a visionary principal, dedicated, enthusiastic parents, a dual English-Spanish program, a robust arts curriculum and even a fencing coach.
Windsor Terrace-Kensington: Food Trucks Arrive at Prospect Park's Parade Grounds
Not only can you order just about anything out of a food truck—from burgers to coffee to kimchi tacos—now, you can do it every Saturday and Sunday at the Parade Grounds through Nov. 17.