Officer Peter Liang shot Gurley when his gun accidentally went off in a dark stairwell, officials said.
A local nonprofit wants to install wireless routers in public spaces throughout the projects.
The largest ever single FEMA grant will repair and fortify 33 NYCHA developments.
"Stronger Together" is a new initiative for public housing residents in Red Hook and Gowanus.
An online campaign is looking to raise $150,000 to move Gurley's daughter and her mother to a new home.
Omar Gray, 37, was arrested for the murder of Howard Sterling, who was shot in Red Hook last month.
The new center will not open for at least nine months, NYCHA officials told tenants Tuesday.
Red Hook Houses is being considered for a "microgrid," a self-sufficient source of power.
Tenants spoke out against poor living conditions and long wait-times for maintenance repairs.
NYCHA and the American Lung Association will begin the free seven-week group program on May 6.
Ten mobile boilers that are fueled by natural gas will be brought to Red Hook in the next month.
Calvin Randall, who served two years for weapons possession, shot at officers Thursday, police said.
NYCHA hosted a preparedness event to encourage Red Hook residents to be ready for emergencies.
Rain and sleet — not snow — pelted Brooklyn Friday morning.
The blizzard is predicted to dump 10 to 14 inches of snow and cause 3-to-5-foot storm surges.
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