The world’s most notorious drug kingpin and prison escape artist, “El Chapo” Guzman, won’t be tunneling his way out jail in New York City, law enforcement officials said at a press conference … Full Article
After almost three years of polarizing debate and unruly public meetings, the plan to sell and develop the Brooklyn Heights Library site was passed by the City Council Land Use Committee on Thursday. … Full Article
The Office of the City Comptroller sent a letter to Alicia Glen, deputy mayor for Housing and Economic Development, late Wednesday expressing concerns about the proposal to sell and develop the Brooklyn Heights Library site.
NEW DELHI — Citizens Celebrate Birthday: Tribal artists and supporters dance outside the residence of Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi during her birthday celebrations on Wednesday. … Full Article
When members of the Alliance for Downtown New York and the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership came together on Dec. 2 for a daylong summit called “Branding the New Downtown,” they brought with them both past success stories and enthusiastic visions of the future. … Full Article
Dozens of New York City elected officials, clergy members and activists rallied against Donald Trump on Wednesday, decrying the Republican presidential frontrunner's "hateful" rhetoric and plan to bar Muslims from entering the U.S. … Full Article
One of the Bensonhurst-Gravesend area’s largest playgrounds will be getting a whole new look thanks to $3.4 million in funding that will go toward a major renovation of the recreational space. … Full Article