Take a moment this Sunday evening to reflect on the week past. 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.
After hearing from both sides on Friday, Supreme Court Judge Johnny Lee Baynes said the court was “capable of rendering a decision today,” but instead he would extend the temporary restraining order and make a ruling later.
Ditmas Park: Ditmas Park Woman Honored for Service to Community
June Rodrigues was one of 33 women recognized as extraordinary by Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes.
Windsor Terrace-Kensington: Holy Name of Jesus Church Gears Up for Renovation
Several potential renderings are circulating for the church's massive planned renovation, to be centered around a James Renwick altar piece.
The Brooklyn-born metal band bassist and singer is remembered with a skeleton, a pick and a candle near a tree in the park’s Long Meadow.
Prospect Heights: Pacific Street Loses 20 Trees
Trees cut down to make way for second phase of Atlantic Yards construction.
Bed-Stuy: A New Walgreens on Fulton Street: Soon Come!
The drug store has signed a 20-year lease on a building at Fulton Street and Nostrand Avenue
Fort Greene-Clinton Hill: Murdered Brooklyn Teen Memorialized in Clinton Hill
Candles and hand-written notes have been gathered together on Fulton Street to remember Dennis Hamer, 18.