The famed Watchtower sign will soon be no more, and a group is looking to defend the Old Kosciuszko Bridge.
Councilman Antonio Reynoso objects to decrease in affordable housing at Rheingold, and an illegal conversion in Dyker Heights was emptied.
F.B.I. checks into deals involving Paul Manafort and his son-in-law in Brooklyn and beyond, Councilman Robert Cornegy proposes naming Clinton Hill basketball court after Christopher Wallace.
The substation has had 179 leaks since 1978, the most of any Con Edison substation in New York City.
It isn't in good standing with HUD, and a driverless Bushwick bus crashes.
A floating pool once slated for the East River is still searching for a home, and the Bedford-Union Armory plan faces more opposition.
A site for a new Sunset Park school has finally been found, and the G train might not be quite as bad as you think.
Squatters move into stalled city-owned Greenpoint hospital development site and Sunny's Red Hook bar is saved from closure.
A pool will return to Brooklyn Bridge Park for one more year, and a debate about housing in Williamsburg continues.
The Crown Heights Community Board indicates it won't support the armory plan, and a contested Greenpoint development site goes into contract.