Fort Hamilton High School locked down after reports of gun, post-superstorm Sandy rebuilding continues in Gerritsen Beach.
De Blasio seeks to turn homeless ‘cluster sites’ into affordable housing, Speedy Romeo chef opening Mexican restaurant in Greenpoint.
Brooklyn neighbors say Port Authority bombing suspect was quiet, trucks may soon be banned from parts of the BQE, breach of lease notices sent to Red Hook tenants with lead paint.
The Broadway Triangle deal could squeeze out families, Grace Court tenants without heat or hot water, Crown Heights North Association lauded for historical significance.
The DOT is set to provide an update on BQE reconstruction, more changes at condo kingpin Brooklyn Capital, state blocks plan to clean up Coney Island Creek with oysters.
SantaCon to stay out of Brooklyn this weekend, concerns about Fort Greene shelter after sexual misconduct allegations, Carroll Gardens’ most famous pig.
Lead paint failures magnified by City Hall’s failure to communicate, opening date for Whole Foods' 365 Store in Fort Greene announced.
A regional plan calls for drastic changes to Brooklyn highways, Biggie Smalls’ daughter opens clothing shop in Boerum Hill.
Landlords in special districts will have to obtain certificates of non-harassment before renovating rent-regulated digs, Maimonides lays off hundreds.
Controversial Bedford-Union Armory plan passes City Council, will closing the subways at night solve the MTA’s transit problems?