The Swinging Sixties Senior Center in Williamsburg has been around for 40 years.
Local officials called on DHS to host a public forum discussing the shelter planned for 56-66 Clay St.
Local officials worry dust containing lead has accumulated at unsafe levels at Greenpoint Playground.
The new owner of the Swinging Sixties building hiked the community center's rent by $7,000 a month.
The first environmental grants funded by an oil spill settlement were announced Thursday.
They hope the latest attention will help push the NYPD and Mayor de Blasio to change police protocol.
Coaches are pushing for Kent Avenue safety measures after a soccer player was killed in Park Slope.
The DOT will present design plans for the bike lane to local Community Boards by the end of the year.
The proposed tripling of waterfront office space could draw workers to Williamsburg.
The city is exploring the possibility of adding a dedicated bike lane to the drawbridge.
The masquerade ball and block party will be held on Russell Street in Greenpoint.
A petition with nearly 2,700 signatures demands more bus service to replace the L and G outage.
Brooklyn Navy Yard will be getting a supermarket as part of a large development plan.
Religious and political leaders gathered Friday to condemn a swatstika found scrawled in public housing.
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