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Williamsburg »

The city will use The Metropolitan to house homeless residents for at least two years, officials said.

Bushwick »

The Office of Nightlife will be up and running in 60 days, the mayor announced Tuesday.

Williamsburg »

Councilman Antonio Reynoso won the Democratic nomination to allow him to keep his city council seat.

East Elmhurst »

"I'm not impressed with him, but he deserves another chance," one voter said. 

Greenpoint »

Primary day is Tuesday, Sept. 12, followed by the general election Nov. 7.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Public Advocate Letitia James published the ten largest lenders to the "Worst Landlords" list.

Williamsburg »

St. Nicks Alliance finalized the purchase of Swinging Sixties Senior Center on Thursday. 

Bushwick »

"We tried," said a city representative from HPD, but ultimately the city has no legal right.

East Williamsburg »

Bill de Blasio called on city council members to support new jails in their districts.

East Williamsburg »

Sixteen landlords in other neighborhoods face $284,000 in fines for advertising short-term rentals.

Bushwick »

City officials, community groups and developers are fighting over the number of affordable units.

Williamsburg »

Defenders of the controversial all-women swim at the Metropolitan Pool want eight hours restored.

East Williamsburg »

Avant Gardner's owners are trying again to score a liquor license for 111 Gardner Ave. 

Bushwick »

Organizers will host a town hall on Feb. 11 to continue to plot plans for Bushwick's future.

Williamsburg »

The agency will bring their "safety action plan" to the community later this year, a spokeswoman said.