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The economic success of Dumbo, the Navy Yard, Bushwick and Bed-Stuy points to possible paths for further economic growth outside Manhattan.
Service on the W line was left in pieces as 45 trains were vandalized in a roughly 29-hour period, officials said.
THE CITY in 2021 highlighted the story of David Herion and how his alleged victim, Carolyn Jones, had pushed to get him home to his family.
A couple that lives in a condo in Brooklyn Bridge Park say toilet sounds are keeping them up at night. Park officials are fighting their lawsuit while looking for solutions.
A phenomenon called subsidence could be the result of poor soil quality or rising water levels — but not all cases are reported to the city.
The former detective was working as a fire guard at the shelter when he pulled his weapon after a brawl between residents seemed to have subsided.
A new landlord will open an 800-seat restaurant as part of a major multimillion-dollar makeover.
The Park Church sanctuary had served north Brooklyn for more than a decade, offering performance space, day care, a soup kitchen and a homeless shelter.
Many of the small composters that had stepped in to provide New Yorkers options during the pandemic are pivoting to collecting commercial organic waste.
Complaint to state alleges violations of rule limiting ICU nurses to two patients at a time.
Local officials oppose the planned shelter, saying it is a remote place to house people.
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Attorney General Letitia James recused herself from investigating a political ally whose health clinic gave Moderna shots weeks before they were authorized for public use.
New York City must compete for a share of the $1.2 trillion national infrastructure pot, with the BQE revamp and electric vehicle charging topping the list.
Outpost Club promises hassle-free, low-commitment entree into Bushwick, Ridgewood and other trendy neighborhoods. Some residents are on rent strike and demanding their apartments get their regulated status restored.
The Bistricer family will receive a 40-year tax exemption in exchange for cleaning up the mess it has long been blamed for at Brooklyn’s beleaguered Flatbush Gardens.
The demolition of a mansion that was used as a community clubhouse has left a wound, and also spurred neighborhood activism.
The Clinton Hill site will house more adults in a dormitory setting than at any previous shelter in New York City’s history.
The reversal followed a weekslong pressure campaign tied to the influential Argento siblings, owners of a film production company — and donors to Adams.
Fifth time’s the charm for Banks, who has been running against the political couple for a decade.
A kitchen worker’s intimidating behavior was just part of the hostile atmosphere at a Brooklyn facility funded by a $10 million city contract, an investigation by THE CITY reveals.
The members of Switching Lifestylez didn’t wait for a city contract to do the work.