Thursday, March 20, 2014

Car driven ON TOP of a Subway Train in Brooklyn; Other Reasons Why People Go to Interfaith Hospital; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A woman is being questioned in connection with a car that was driven onto a subway train's roof in Brooklyn. [NY1]

- A Columbia Waterfront District restaurant is upping its weekend drinking age to combat the presence of all those annoying, drunken young’uns. [NY Observer]

- Spitalnick, Bloch and Moore -- not a Brooklyn law firm... [Brooklyn Eagle]

- 15 Willow Street is for sale for $4.25 million. [NY Observer]

- 2nd parent claims P.S. 235 teacher abused and threatened her child. [NY12]

- Often people show up at hospitals like Interfaith not because they are sick, but because they are mentally ill, abused, weak and frail, or just have noplace left to go. [Brooklyn Bureau]

- The Australian prime minister announced on Thursday that satellite imagery had detected objects that might be connected to the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. [NY Times]

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