Police warned local residents against various scams.
The city gave the go-ahead to demolish the one-story structure at 325 Lafayette Ave.
Justice Charles Solomon released the man after he pleaded guilty to a 2013 attempted murder.
Danielle Mastrion plans to paint a mural of Biggie Smalls as a kid growing up in the neighhborhood.
State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery said, "white people don't eat the way we do," about the closing.
Slate Property Group wants to demolish the Key Food on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill.
A member-run grocery modeled after the Park Slope Food Co-op signed a lease at 825 Caton Ave.
The co-op's leaders found a space on Caton Avenue, but they need money for a deposit by Dec. 1.
Walgreens recently opened at 589 Prospect Ave., but the Key Food that will share the space is not ready.
Instacart is now delivering groceries to parts of Astoria, LIC, Sunnyside and Woodside.
The suspect used the card to buy $207 worth of groceries from a Key Food Supermarket, police said.
Patrons at a local Key Food store are being asked to donate money for books amid budget cuts.
Owner Mohammed Haque said it's too early to commit to re-hiring all of Trade Fair's 50 employees.
An effort to start a Park Slope-style food co-op in Windsor Terrace is gaining momentum.
Some residents said they'd waited years for such an upscale supermarket in South Williamsburg.
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