B&H Photo moves two warehouses and 335 jobs to New Jersey, Governor Cuomo floats a low-income housing plan as an alternative to 421-a, and a third mini-mall arrives on Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill.
De Blasio crows about delivering affordable housing, landlords and National Grid workers accused of circumventing permit process to turn on gas meters for bribes.
Mayor de Blasio says NYC traffic deaths are at an all-time low, Democratic senator's home has become a protest hotspot, and remakes of historic statues are now installed at the Manhattan Bridge.
There's a march against hate coming to Bay Ridge, and W trains have made unexpected Brooklyn cameos.
Jared Kushner is stepping away from Kushner Companies in preparation for a role in the administration of father-in-law Donald Trump.
Landlords make concessions on luxury rentals, last of Pfizer's Broadway Triangle plots will become housing targeted at the "religious," and more Brooklyn news.
New York City's planning head is stepping down after kicking off one of his last major projects.
The Governor fielded questions about Wednesday's accident; Mayor De Blasio was not in attendance.
Governor Cuomo had Senator Bernie Sanders at his side as he unveiled a plan to make college free for many New York families.
Crime dropped to an all-time low in Brooklyn in 2016, with shootings and other serious crimes down.