With New Year’s Eve celebrations approaching this Sunday, the Health Department reminds New Yorkers to take care of themselves and others.
The New York City Emergency Management Department today urged New Yorkers to prepare for bitterly cold temperatures and wind chills through the rest of the week.
On Friday, Food Bank For New York City (Food Bank) will serve a festive holiday meal to more than 500 New Yorkers in need of food, including an early seating Continue Reading →
Gale Brewer’s Manhattan Borough President’s office invites you to the “Trash Talk,” event on Monday, January 11, 2018 until 5:00 pm on Monday, January 11, 2018.
The Manhattan Borough President’s office is accepting applications from Harlem to Hollis for membership on the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board (SWAB) until 5:00 pm on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018.
NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop (above) and NYC Health + Hospitals today announced that graduates of a City program will be hired to help individuals Continue Reading →
The Health Department today is reporting 46 cases of hepatitis A among New York City residents who had sex with men or had sexual contact with men who have sex Continue Reading →
The New York City Emergency Management Department today urged New Yorkers to prepare for potential impacts of.
The Health Department is reminding travelers from Harlem to Hollis to be vaccinated before taking a trip to Europe.
Mayor de Blasio today joined NYC Cultural Affairs Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl and Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer to release CreateNYC, New York City’s first-ever comprehensive cultural plan.
NY1 reports that New Yorkers with outstanding summonses received a fresh start Saturday. The Manhattan district attorney’s office hosted its third “clean slate” warrant forgiveness event.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today released New York Works, a series of 25 initiatives to spur 100,000 jobs with good wages over the coming decade.
NYC Street Blog reports that Citi Bike is helping New Yorkers connect to trains and buses, according to a new report from the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation [PDF].
By Eartha Watts-Hicks New York, NY: A Sanctuary City. How concerned should we be should newly inaugurated president, Donald Trump be allowed to make good on his threats to withdraw Continue Reading →
On Wednesday, December 21st, 2016, a memorial program was held by homeless service providers to remember people who passed away during 2016 in New York City without stable housing.
Up to $626 is available to help New Yorkers heat their homes this winter, and applications will be accepted for the federally funded Home Energy Assistance Program starting on Monday, Continue Reading →
At the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference in Denver, the New York City Health Department today presented findings from a new and successful outreach effort that distributes free Continue Reading →
The Health Department today released an Epi Data Brief entitled, “Cycling in New York City, 2007 to 2014.” The most recent data for NYC adults and high school students show Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Harlem Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Public Advocate Letitia James, Comptroller Scott Stringer and a broad coalition of business, labor, and other leaders rallied today in support Continue Reading →
New Yorkers for Parks has made impact on the lives of New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis and their most cherished parks and open spaces for 108 years.