City cuts AIDS prevention money

By JERMECIA EDWARDS As HIV rates in a number of New York City neighborhoods continue to be as high as those in some developing countries, studies and advocacy organizations say…
Purchase of Meat Market by BC Causes Upset

Purchase of Meat Market by BC Causes Upset

BY TYESHA ALLEN Neighbors mourned the closing of the largest supermarket in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, after hearing that their neighborhood meat market will be no more. The property…

Traffic Lights Installed at Dangerous Corner

BY STEPHANIE RAMSARUP The installation of new traffic lights and speeding cameras in Remsen Village is causing a stir amongst its residents. Two hundred-fifty accidents were reported just in October…

Bed-Stuy, Do or Buy

By ROBERT GARCIA Mshari Whaley remembers what it was like. “I use to collect the crack bottles on the street, because I liked the colors as a kid,” said Whaley,…
Learning to live with the Barclays Center

Learning to live with the Barclays Center

By JERMECIA EDWARDS A few days after a Department of Environmental Protection inspector came to measure the noise level at Wayne Bailey’s loft on Dean Street, he complained about it…