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Brooklyn Heights »

The break occurred Thursday just after 3 p.m. at 156 Montague St., officials said.

Todt Hill »

The city started repairs on Todt Hill and Circle roads.

Williamsburg »

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

Woodrow »

The $48 million project is only the second in the city to be given the honor.

Corona »

The water main broke overnight, officials said. 

Greenwich Village »

From promised parks to massive developments, expect to see some neighborhood change in 2017.

Civic Center »

Larry Roman, who owns WDF, raised more than $28,000 for Stringer's 2013 campaign.

South Beach »

The project will add nearly seven miles of sewers and catch basins.

Ditmars »

Cat caretakers are no longer allowed to leave food for the cats for fear of attracting coyotes.

Midtown East »

A new bill would require noise mitigation plans to be posted publicly online and at building sites.

Midland Beach »

Aiman Youssef created a mock tourism sign for "Grimsby Lake" in an effort to get flooding fixed.

Chelsea »

Water poured onto Ninth Avenue at West 29th Street and nearby streets, officials said.

Hudson Square »

The sites are currently controlled by the Department of Environmental Protection.

Gowanus »

Charles Hocking and his firm, Hazen and Sawyer, were hit with subpoenas this summer, sources said.

Jamaica »

This will be the largest single installation of breeding oysters in New York City, officials said.