Harlem Teen Subway Slasher Arrested By Police

harlem subway slasherPolice have arrested a teen in a subway slashing in Harlem earlier this week reports Harlem World Magazine source.

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4-Month-Old Found Dead in East Harlem (Update)

harlem baby deiesPolice are investigating the death of an infant who was found unconscious and unresponsive in a daycare worker’s East Harlem apartment, on Thursday, night, police said Friday.  Continue Reading →

NYPD Searching For Woman Suspected Of Bottle Attack In Harlem

harlem bottle attackThe New York Police Department (NYPD) are searching for a suspect in a late-night assault that took place last month in Harlem. Continue Reading →

PAL Partners To Unveil Harlem Center Mural Created By PAL Teens

mural1On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, the Police Athletic League (PAL) in collaboration with Creative Art Works unveiled a mural created by PAL teenagers at the PAL Harlem Center. Continue Reading →

Teens Take On NYPD In Harlem Hoops ‘Peaceful Rivalry’

bball in harlemA group of high school kids from around the city took on NYPD officers in a basketball game at Harlem’s Rucker Park on Sunday. Continue Reading →

Officers Find Gun On Harlem Man Evading Turnstile

crime-tape-in-harlemThree NYPD officers found a gun on a man who was caught evading the turnstile at an East Harlem subway station Friday. Continue Reading →

Harlem Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Accused Of “Accommodating” Mayor And NYPD

de blasio and wark in harlemNew York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito’s decision to scuttle legislation that would have toughened guidelines for police stops has exposed tensions on the council, with some lawmakers accusing her of being too accommodating to Mayor Bill de Blasio and the NYPD. Continue Reading →

Whattha, Stranger Pistol-Whipps Taxi Passenger In Harlem

Taxicabs-NewYorkCity-BoroTaxigreenyellowMedallionA taxi passenger stuck in traffic in Harlem was pistol-whipped by a stranger, police sources said Saturday. Continue Reading →

Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil, As City Backs Off Police Reforms

melissa-mark-viverito-de-blasio-brattonIn a victory for Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, the City Council is backing off reform measures that would have required cops to identify themselves to suspects they stop while also informing them of their right to refuse being searched. Continue Reading →