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Kensington »

The new shelter at 385 McDonald Ave. will open the week of Dec. 7, officials said. 

Park Slope »

Thirteen projects were proposed for District 39's participatory budgeting program.

New York City »

Lawmakers will consider reforms to the NYPD's controversial policy at the City Council hearing.

Park Slope »

Locals suggested spending taxpayer money on exercise equipment in Prospect Park.

Park Slope »

Councilman Brad Lander will solicit ideas on how to spend $1 million on neighborhood projects.

Park Slope »

A $50,000 donation from Time Warner Cable paid for a new computer lab at Good Shepherd Services.

Windsor Terrace »

Roughly 200 protesters rallied in front of the closed Key Food where Walgreens plans to open a store.

Park Slope »

The City Council unanimously approved expanding Park Slope's historic district by 600 buildings.

Park Slope »

Bus riders can now track the slow-moving B61 bus on their smart phones.

Windsor Terrace »

Windsor Terrace residents say they won't shop at the Walgreens that's slated to replace a Key Food.

Park Slope »

The DOT wants to add a traffic light at 15th Street and a new bike lane on 15th Street.

Windsor Terrace »

A Walgreens rep will meet with Windsor Terrace residents about what's next at the closing Key Food site.

Windsor Terrace »

The Key Food on Prospect Avenue and 11th Avenue will be replace by a Walgreens.

Cobble Hill »

A new speed sign was added to the corner of Hicks and Degraw streets to address speeding issues.

Harlem »

More than 1,000 people voted in the participatory budgeting process in Council District 8.