By the Greenpoint intersection of Franklin and Noble Streets, a male cyclist, 27, died around 12:30 a.m. Saturday when he was struck by a garbage truck in a hit-and-run. [Gothamist]

An unconscious, underage New Jersey women spent Friday night inside the bathroom of Boss Tweed’s Saloon on Essex Street after the staff accidentally closed the business while she was still inside. [NY Post]

On July 2 near Graham Avenue and Seigel Street, a woman’s purse was stolen along with the $2,900 inside. Police released a photo of the suspect. [DNA Info]

Two weeks ago, police say four unidentified men pretending to be immigration officials stole $60 from a Williamsburg cyclist. [Gothamist]

Paperwork was recently submitted for a 15-story, 83-unit residence bound for Broome Street as part of the Essex Crossing development. [The Real Deal]

The Fayette Street entrance to Williasmburg’s Flushing Avenue J train entrance reopened this month after spending four decades out of commission. [Gothamist]

Former E. 3rd Street cocktail spot Elsa reopened in Cobble Hill following a three-year closure. [NY Times]

Singer-songwriter Craig Wedren, who collaborated with Netflix on the music for Wet Hot America Summer: Ten Years Later and GLOW, will perform a free show at Bushwick’s Ops Pizza on August 7. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk reportedly brought his sport to Ludlow Street this past Friday. [Bowery Boogie]