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.
Carroll Gardens: UPDATE: Judge Rules SUNY Violated Open Meetings Law
Another vote regarding LICH has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 19 in Westchester. But activists and local electeds say "to hold a hearing nearly 40 miles away, without a reasonable opportunity for those most affected to testify, is simply a slap in the face to all those impacted."
Ditmas Park: Ditmas Park Moms Develop Parent-Run Play Space
Local moms Judith Serlin-Munoz and Nancy Rawlinson are spearheading the effort to establish a parent-run play space for local parents and children to call their own.
Windsor Terrace-Kensington: NYC's Service Line Protection Program Gains Subscribers
Optional program offers insurance against water and sewer line repair costs.
Park Slope: Park Slope's Dale Talde in the Running for 'The People's Best New Chef'
You can vote for Talde—who is partner and chef at Thistle Hill Tavern, Talde and Pork Slope—on FoodAndWine.com.
Prospect Heights: Plan To Convert Factory To Artist Housing Raises Hackles
Community Board 8 refuses support for Dean Street project saying the area should be used for affordable housing.
Police are still looking for the shooter.
Fort Greene-Clinton Hill: Clinton Hill Rallies Around Broken Angel Owner With Block Party
Neighbors to hold celebratory benefit for Arthur Wood on what will be his last day in his home of 34 years.