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Civic Center »

The vote paves the way for developers to build a complex with retail space and 1,146 apartments.

Gowanus »

The center's programs would include tutoring, college prep, dance and sports.

Williamsburg »

Half of the subsidized housing will be three or four bedroom units, the developer said Tuesday.

Greenpoint »

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

Greenpoint »

Victoria Cambranes, 30, wants to push for better street safety and more affordable housing.

Greenpoint »

Two young men were killed by hit and run drivers over the weekend in Brooklyn.

Williamsburg »

Riders demand more facts about the L train shutdown. 

Williamsburg »

Advocates are pushing for reforms to the Loft Law so more tenants can earn coverage.

Union Square »

State Senator Brad Hoylman is pushing for electric buses during the 15-month shutdown. 

East Williamsburg »

The buses will be ready for April 1, 2019 when the shutdown between Bedford Ave. and 8th Ave begins.

Williamsburg »

A $1 million-dollar shortage, expected to come from BP Eric Adams office, nearly ruined the deal.

Williamsburg »

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

Downtown Brooklyn »

The participatory budgeting process runs through April 2 in District 33.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Brooklyn War Memorial has been closed for 25 years for not being ADA-compliant.

Williamsburg »

Residents started noticing the discolored water at around 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, they said.