It was another week of exciting developments and happenings in Park Slope. Here's our roundup of our biggest neighborhood headlines.
On Monday, rumors ran that the the MTA will make the G train extension to Church Avenue permanent. Later in the week, .
On Tuesday we ran our . In one crime, an identity thief racked up over $7,000 on a Park Slope woman’s credit card between June 7 to July 3.
On Wednesday, we found out that Governor Cuomo has — a good thing for Brooklyn Brewery, Kelso and others in Kings County, and approximately 90 other breweries in Long Island and all throughout New York.
On Thursday, we reported that the boundaries between the NYPD's 78th Precinct and 88th Precinct in Fort Greene-Clinton Hill , according to sources. An elected official with knowledge of the proposal confirmed that the in Park Slope will take over policing Barclays Center and Atlantic Terminal.
On Friday, we reported on in Aurora, Colorado, where a gunman killed 12 and injured 59 during the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises. At The Pavilion, a cop stood guard while patrons sold out seven different showings of the new Batman film.