Borough Park residents suing to stop a developer from building an 179-unit apartment complex in a lot that abuts private backyards.
Archive: September 2008
Children are creating campaign buttons, inspired by the presidential race – and an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York.
Community groups saved an historic synagogue from destruction. Now the coalition is working on a long-term preservation plan amid financial strife.
The Waterfalls installation already has attracted 340,000 viewers – about a quarter of them tourists – boosting the local economy, officials say.
When his local food pantry began cutting back on its allotments, Jimmy Escobar got moving – on his bike.
Don’t wear your favorite Barack Obama T-shirt or your shiny John McCain campaign button Nov. 4: You might get hassled at the polls.
The renaissance of Brooklyn's Franklin Avenue has led to the revival of the neighborhood's old name: Crow Hill. One local business is capitalizing on the resurgence, starting a line of Krow Hill T-shirts.
The Yankees' lackluster final season in Yankee Stadium is breaking the hearts of more than just fans – the lack of postseason action is hurting local shop owners.