Catch up on some of DNAinfo New York's most popular stories of the week.
Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.
Riders have wanted the free transfer for years, and now's the time to make it permanent, officials said.
Nearly 900 residents at the Lindsay Park co-op want changes after saying the board mismanaged elections.
Brooklyn's Community Board 2 requires that street naming candidates be deceased three years.
The School Settlement Association is raising money for a new community center.
Robert Cornegy was picked to head the council's small business committee and joins five other committees.
Both the Bushwick rezoning and the Greenpoint Landing plan came with unexpected affordable housing.
The rezoning plan was overwhelmingly approved Tuesday by the full City Council.
Five members dropped their support for the Safe Job Acts, even as a new report backs supporters' push.
The dramatic rezoning was unanimously approved despite vocal community opposition.
Bushwick Community Board 4 may have to revote on a giant rezoning, City Council Member Diana Reyna said.
EMS took 30 minutes to arrive when a City Council intern collapsed at a press conference.
The Upper East Side station would help lessen Brooklyn's pollution, residents say.
Citizens of the World Charter elementary would co-locate with a middle and high school by McCarren Park.
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