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Williamsburg »

Many districts within Williamsburg's Orthodox enclave sided with Trump on Tuesday.

Cobble Hill »

The organization's new leadership sat down with DNAinfo to discuss neighborhood issues.

Carroll Gardens »

Two petitions opposing cuts to local F train service have garnered thousands of signatures.

West Harlem »

The Food Bank For New York gives back to its senior fathers. 

Union Square »

Attend a Caribbean fitness class, enjoy a movie night, and meet Eric Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar. 

Upper East Side »

The East 67th Street library will record memories of growing up on the Upper East Side.

Red Hook »

A community workshop on more than 30 resiliency projects will be held in Red Hook, organizers said. 

Red Hook »

A Thursday night meeting gave residents a chance to speak out on a proposed flood protection system.

Chelsea »

Civil rights attorney Norman Siegel and the Manhattan and Brooklyn borough presidents issued the report.

Chelsea »

Get involved in the city budgeting process and improve your neighborhood.

Boerum Hill »

Landlord Karina Bilder denied that she is to blame for the planned deli closure.

Carroll Gardens »

The former park has been closed since 2009 because of the MTA's construction on the Culver Viaduct.

Civic Center »

The mayor's most-mentioned words last year included "city" and "people."

Red Hook »

Councilman Carlos Menchaca's participatory budgeting program for District 38 kicked off this week.

Carroll Gardens »

The Works is a new co-working space with desks for $525 per month in Carroll Gardens.