The Daily News The workers were preparing a southbound G train track for overnight construction between the Fort Hamilton Parkway and Church Ave. stations in Kensington when the train struck them both shortly after midnight.
New York Times On Thursday, a man, Andres Fernandez, was arrested and charged in the killing of the owner of L&B Spumoni Gardens, which federal agents said occurred during an attempted robbery.
Pix11 Police are looking for a man accused of grabbing a woman’s breast at a laundromat in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens Friday afternoon.
Real Estate & Development
Untapped Cities The photos were taken above a residential skyscraper in Midtown, located on 220 Central Park South, which is currently under construction by developer Vornado Realty Trust.
New York Post The cheapest neighborhood in Brooklyn is Sheepshead Bay, where the average rental was $1,729 a month. A one-bedroom, one-bathroom in a townhouse at 1811 Stuart St. is asking $1,850 a month.
Food & Drink
New York Times The glittery setting and live jazz appeal, but the attraction is the view: From this height even the Sanitation Department facility on the Hudson is picturesque.
The Daily News The deli-diner décor at Russ & Daughters Cafe might seem kitschy if it weren’t for its Lower East Side pedigree. The same ingredients make for a great New York brunch.
The New York Times When the store closes for good, it will leave the Bronx, a borough with nearly 1.5 million people, without one general-interest bookstore.
New York Post Students were being evaluated at a Brooklyn school after developing flu-like symptoms today — and the school was being completely disinfected as a result, officials said.
The Daily News An employee at a Brooklyn day care assured a curious parent last week that the center had been shut down because of “minor stuff” — failing to mention it had been shuttered months ago after a volunteer staffer was charged with molesting a child.
The New York Post The Hunts Point PharmaCannis medical marijuana dispensary will open to the public, the second such outlet in the city and the first in The Bronx.