Second NYPD Officer In Two Weeks Gets Legionnaires’ Disease

For the second time this month, an officer at an East Harlem stationhouse has come down with Legionnaires’ disease, according to police. Continue Reading →

7 Shot During Barbecue At Harlem park

Sources report that seven people were shot during a barbecue at a Harlem park, police said. Continue Reading →

Lawmakers Want To Close East Harlem Playground To Make Way For A New Tower

Playtime’s nearly over at an East Harlem playground, which may be relocated to accommodate a $1 billion development that will include the area’s tallest residential tower. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Rezoning Plan Rejected By Community Board During Heated Meeting

East Harlem’s Community Board 11 voted Tuesday night to oppose a city rezoning plan for the neighborhood during a heated meeting that featured no public vote, activists taking over the community board stage and a small fight. Continue Reading →

Mugger Slashes Harlem Woman For $25 (Update)

NY Daily News reports that cops are hunting for a mugger who slashed an East Harlem woman and stole her bag. 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 →

Warrant Forgiveness Event To Be Held In East Harlem

Several organizations, including law enforcement, will host a “clean slate” warrant forgiveness event in East Harlem on Saturday, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office announced. Continue Reading →

David Villa, NYCFC And ESPN Kick It Together In Harlem

New York City FC’s launch began inextricably linked to community works in the city. The team was officially announced, four years ago, from a rooftop soccer field at the Lexington Academy in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

Hello Harlem, This Simple-But-Genius Reason You Always Spend Too Much Time In Target

It’s a tale as old as time…er, since the first official Target opened in 1962. You enter the Target store in East Harlem looking to buy something as mundane as tampons and leave with a cart filled to the brim with goodies from the $1 bin.
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Teens Assault East Harlem IHOP Security Guard

Three teenagers are facing charges after finishing a meal at an East Harlem IHOP by assaulting a restaurant security guard, an NYPD spokesman told Patch. Continue Reading →