Brooklyn Heights Courier

Brooklyn Heights Courier – News Corporation (formerly Courier Life Publications)

The Brooklyn Heights Courier is a newspaper in New York City, covering local news, sports, business, jobs, and community events for Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Ditmas Park, Downtown, Kensington, DUMBO, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, and Williamsburg.


84th Precinct’s Warrants Below Average

By Craig McGuire

With the second-lowest number of outstanding misdemeanor warrants issued in Brooklyn last year, the 84th Precinct, which covers Brooklyn Heights, is an area the officers of the Kings County Warrant Division do not have to concentrate on regularly. Outstanding warrants are … (Click Here to Read More)


Bishop Daily Visits Fulton Ferry for Ash Wednesday

By Craig McGuire

Bishop Thomas Daily came to the Fulton Ferry area of Brooklyn to celebrate Ash Wednesday. At the St. James Cathedral-Basilica, located on Jay Street and Tillary Street, Daily was joined by 20 priests to celebrate the commencement of … (Click Here to Read More)


Downtown Brooklyn Cops Board Bike to Fight Crime

By Craig McGuire

The New York City Police Department is employing new techniques in community policing throughout the city, one of which has met with a favorable reaction from Brooklyn Heights and Boerum Hill residents. Earlier this year, Police Commissioner William Bratton designated 18 precincts throughout New York City to begin mounting some of their Community Policing Officers on mountain bicycles … (Click Here to Read More)


Fresh Ammo for Weapons Bill

By Craig McGuire

Taking aim at manufacturers of high-powered firearms, City Councilman Ken Fisher is reloading gun-control legislation originally introduced last session. At the 84th Precinct’s January community council meeting, Fisher outlined the bill he authored which could penalize manufacturers of semi-automatic and assault weapons up to … (Click Here to Read More)


NYPD’s Robert Young Named “Officer of the Month” in 84th

By Craig McGuire

In recognition of his outstanding police work, Police Officer Robert Young was named the 84th Precinct’s “Officer of the Month” for March. At the April meeting of the 84th Precinct Community Council, Young was presented with the plaque commemorating the honor… (Click Here to Read More)

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