As Jodi walked to class that day the freshman noticed a large circle of booths spread out across the main courtyard of campus. Continue Reading →
A Manhattan grand jury indicted a Harlem man in connection with the beating death of his girlfriend’s 6-year-old son. Continue Reading →
Following an increase in the frequency of inspections of low-performing child care programs, and the creation of a team dedicated to identify and close illegal daycare sites from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →
By Udo Salters
On Thursday July 14th, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling celebrated two New Exhibitions by artists Shani Peters and David Shrobe.
As the weather gets warmer and people begin to open their window at home, the Health Department and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) remind New Yorkers that properly installed window guards are a critical safety measure to prevent children from falling out of open windows. Continue Reading →
Please join us for an exclusive one night only screening of “Sold”. Your ticket will include a 10% off discount at our restaurant for that night. Make it a dinner & movie night! Continue Reading →