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Bushwick »

Shuttle buses will help commuters get around during the shutdown.

Bed-Stuy »

The collapse forced residents of a neighboring building out of their home, one person said.

Bushwick »

Police are looking for this Bonnie and Clyde burglary team.

Williamsburg »

Construction vehicles and parked cars clog the heavily traveled waterfront route. 

Williamsburg »

The weekend of May 6 and May 27 the L train won't run between Broadway Junction and 8th Ave. 

Williamsburg »

The first half of the new bridge will open to traffic Thursday and will be lit up with a LED light show.

Chelsea »

Turning part of 11th Avenue into a two-way street aims to reduce congestion near the Lincoln Tunnel.

Bed-Stuy »

A developer has filed plans for a mixed-use building at Fulton Street and Bedford Avenue, records show.

Greenpoint »

New York Brass wants to play along to the bridge's demolition.

Gramercy »

John Pappas was fined after skipping two hearings on the status of 133 Third Ave. near 14th Street.

Midtown »

Thursday's incident is the latest at the future Marriott Hotel at 701 Seventh Ave., officials said.

Long Island City »

The property at 21-42 44th Dr. has been halfway dismantled by construction crews.

Greenpoint »

The bridge will be demolished in segments as part of a replacement project, the state said.

Bed-Stuy »

Changes in the $4.1 million renovation include an expanded stage, new lighting, seating and more.

East Williamsburg »

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