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A district attorney said Wednesday that a young woman who accused five teenage boys of chasing away her father and gang-raping her in a playground in Brownsville has recanted her story and he's dropping criminal charges against them.
State Sen. Jesse Hamilton is teaming up with the Salvation Army and the Brownsville Partnership to sponsor a fair for residents looking for jobs or seeking a change in careers.
Priscilla Consolo sure knows how to stand out in a crowd.
“The play’s the thing,” as William Shakespeare wrote in “Hamlet,” and students in an East New York school used the stage to get across their anti-drug message to the community.
The city's parks are poised to receive additional money for security less than two weeks after a young woman reported being gang-raped by teenage boys in a playground in Brownsville.
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson announced on Wednesday that a 21-year-old Brooklyn man has been convicted of second-degree murder for a fatal shooting in Brownsville that killed a 13-year-old boy in 2012.
Some historic properties in the area are just a mess. Some are just terrific.
Preservation advocate Zulmilena Then wants New Yorkers to know something important about East New York.
While the city debates the merits of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s controversial affordable housing plan, construction recently got under way for a five-story, 53-unit senior citizen housing complex in Cypress Hills.
Roxanne Persaud, who won election to the New York State Senate in the 19th District on Nov. 3, has opened a district office at 1222 E 96th St. The office phone number is 718-649-7653.