Harlem Electeds Mark-Viverito, Rodriguez And Other Council Members Hail Growth Of Latino Population

On Thursday, June 22nd, 2017, the Census estimated that the share of Latinos from Harlem to Hollis living in New York City had grown to comprise 29% of all inhabitants. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Advisor Fialkoff Announce Summer Jobs Gains From Harlem To Hollis

Celebrating two years of progress, the Center for Youth Employment (CYE), a public-private partnership between the de Blasio administration and local private sector leaders, tripled the number of summer jobs for New York City’s most vulnerable youth—New Yorkers ages 14 to 24 who are or have been involved in the shelter, justice or foster care systems. Continue Reading →

Mayor David N. Dinkins to Receive Humanitarian Award in Harlem

Dinkins will receive the award on Thursday, June 22, 2017, 10:00 a.m., as part of the “Moving Up” ceremony of preschool children at the Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center’s Therapeutic Preschool. Immediately following the award presentation, the former mayor will attend the preschool graduation. Continue Reading →

Preservationists Seeks Protection For Historic Homes In The Heights

Washington Heights residents are still scrambling to save a strip of row houses along 158th Street from the threat of impending construction, the New York Times reports. Continue Reading →

Op-ed: Creating Environments For Success From Harlem To Hollis

By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

School buildings are more than just structures made up of hallways and rooms, they are hubs for communities; and students and educators across New York City consider them a second home. Continue Reading →

George S. Schuyler, Harlem Author, Journalist And Social Commentator, 1895-1977

George Samuel Schuyler February 25, 1895 – August 31, 1977, was an African-American author, journalist, and social commentator known for his conservativism after he had supported socialism. Continue Reading →

Here’s How Some New Yorkers’ Warrants Were Forgiven In Harlem

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. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Wants To Hire Someone For The Coolest Job From Harlem To Hollis

NY Daily News reports that club kids, barflies and punk rockers, it’s time to brush off your resumes and start working for the man. Continue Reading →

Harlem Council Member Rodriguez’s Legislation To Prevent Vehical-Based Attacks

Less than one month after a driver killed a young tourist and injured 20 pedestrians in Times Square, Harlem Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez announced legislation to take action and prevent similar tragedies. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Releases Plan To Invest In New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis

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. Continue Reading →