Stuyvesant Writing Workshop caters to working professionals and aspiring authors in Bed-Stuy.
The founder was reinstated after the board of Bed-Stuy's Children of Promise quit.
Teens over the age of 16 can join the decision-making process on city boards.
Video shows an officer hitting the suspect over the head with a nightstick during an arrest in Brooklyn.
Children of Promise, catering to kids of incarcerated parents, is undergoing a change in leadership.
Three Brooklyn schools are ditching textbooks for iPads to engage students in digital learning.
Businesses said they're suffering as a result of the ongoing project.
The Riders Alliance is asking for greater frequency and better communication on the Eighth Avenue line.
The Safe Stop program aims to protect neighborhood children, the elderly and vulnerable.
Elliot J. Hobbs Gardens on Franklin Avenue will offer 92 affordable housing units.
Brooklyn restaurateur Justin Warner will be honored with the "Harvest Hero of the Year" award.
NESH Mind Body Soul is among several newly opened businesses in the neighborhood.
Author Leanne Brown wrote "Good and Cheap," which gives ideas for people living on food stamps.
Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center will open in February with a variety of dance classes.
Panelists at an education forum said Bed-Stuy schools are in "crisis" due to a lack of resources.
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