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Cobble Hill »

Community That Lost Hospital Pushes Back Against Proposed Towers

The Cobble Hill community reacted with shock at Fortis' plans to build tall towers at the LICH site.

Park Slope »

State Abandoning Seniors Being Forced Out for Luxury Housing, Pols Say

City Councilman Brad Lander and Public Advocate Letitia James say the state failed to protect seniors.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Signs Law Banning Use of Credit Checks in Hiring Decisions

Brooklyn Councilman Brad Lander called the legislation the "toughest" protections in the country.

Park Slope »

Knuffle Bunny Likely to Get Its Own Statue in Park Slope

A statue of the Mo Willems character will be installed at the public library once the project is funded.

Park Slope »

Flooded Prospect Park Path and School Air Conditioning Win Taxpayer Funding

The school air conditioning and park path were among District 39's participatory budgeting winners.

Civic Center »

City Council Passes Bill to Ban Credit Checks for Most Job Seekers

Bill sponsor Councilman Brad Lander called the legislation the most stringent in the nation.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Library Could Get Storytelling Garden and Knuffle Bunny Statue

Residents can vote to fund the project with City Councilman Brad Lander's participatory budgeting.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Parents Rally Against Cuomo's Proposed Teacher Rating System

Parents at P.S. 107, P.S. 321, P.S. 10 and several other schools rallied Thursday morning.

Carroll Gardens »

Redesign Slated for Shuttered St. Mary's Playground

The former park has been closed since 2009 because of the MTA's construction on the Culver Viaduct.

Gowanus »

Public Art Wanted to Bring 'Creative Vibe' to Gowanus Streets

Arts Gowanus, City Councilman Brad Lander and the Old Stone House are accepting public art proposals.

Gowanus »

Parks Department Wants Community Input on Little-Known Gowanus Playground

Officials are asking what locals want to see at Ennis Playground at 11th Street and Second Avenue.

Gowanus »

State Reduces Number of Parolees at Controversial Gowanus Parole Center

Opponents dropped their lawsuit in exchange for a reduction in the number of parolees at the facility.

Windsor Terrace »

Kensington Street Safety Upgrades Will Be 'Dramatic Improvement,' DOT Says

Officials unveiled plans for 20 mph zones, shorter pedestrian crossings and other safety upgrades.

Park Slope »

NY Methodist Hospital Scales Back Expansion Plan After Locals Sue

The Park Slope hospital agreed to shave a floor off its new building in a settlement with opponents.

Windsor Terrace »

DOT to Unveil Street Safety Upgrades for Kensington and Windsor Terrace

The announcement follows the death of a 14-year-old boy at Caton Avenue and East Seventh Street.