Robert Cornegy was sworn in as the new councilman in Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights.
Still looking for a place to celebrate New Year's Eve? Bed-Stuy offers a wide range of choices.
The Albert Vann Legacy of Leadership Project will offer scholarships and grants to the community.
Bed-Stuy's venerable Boys & Girls High School received an F on its 2013 progress report.
Bernard Gassaway, who has taught at the school since 2009, said he disagrees with the new model.
The Department of Homeless Services says it will look at converting part of the Sumner Armory.
Robert Cornegy Jr. was certified winner, 17 days after the election.
The 36th City Council race remained too close to call, and Foy declined to concede Wednesday morning.
The revitalization created a new public plaza, street upgrades and new WiFi, according to organizers.
Al Vann will leave politics after almost 40 years, and residents now have to choose his successor.
The expansion was first approved by the Landmarks Commission in April.
The mailer, sponsored by Jobs For New York, calls them "irresponsible," "divisive" and "negligent."
Four candidates for city council in central Brooklyn got into a heated exchange on Monday.
Robert Cornegy's city council opponents are accusing Robert Cornegy of being a machine candidate.
The rallies are really for Kirsten John Foy and the National Action Network, critics say.
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