Thirteen projects were proposed for District 39's participatory budgeting program.
Lawmakers will consider reforms to the NYPD's controversial policy at the City Council hearing.
Locals suggested spending taxpayer money on exercise equipment in Prospect Park.
Councilman Brad Lander will solicit ideas on how to spend $1 million on neighborhood projects.
A $50,000 donation from Time Warner Cable paid for a new computer lab at Good Shepherd Services.
Roughly 200 protesters rallied in front of the closed Key Food where Walgreens plans to open a store.
The City Council unanimously approved expanding Park Slope's historic district by 600 buildings.
Bus riders can now track the slow-moving B61 bus on their smart phones.
Windsor Terrace residents say they won't shop at the Walgreens that's slated to replace a Key Food.
The DOT wants to add a traffic light at 15th Street and a new bike lane on 15th Street.
A Walgreens rep will meet with Windsor Terrace residents about what's next at the closing Key Food site.
The Key Food on Prospect Avenue and 11th Avenue will be replace by a Walgreens.
A new speed sign was added to the corner of Hicks and Degraw streets to address speeding issues.
More than 1,000 people voted in the participatory budgeting process in Council District 8.
The families of victims of fatal road accidents want cops to be tougher.
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