School’s out for the summer, but in the City Council, school is very much on members’ minds.
Brooklyn council members are working on ways, both big and small, to force motorists to slow down when driving past school buildings. … Full Article
Unrest over SUNY's sale of Brooklyn's Long Island College Hospital (LICH) continues, this time with New York's minority leaders, who are demanding an investigation into the state’s process in choosing a buyer for the shutt … Full Article
Back in February, the Kings County Family Court held its first-ever Black History Month celebration. More recently, it celebrated another first-ever event. On Tuesday, the Family Court honored LGBTQ families for its first Pride Month event at the Brooklyn courthouse. … Full Article