3 Shot In Harlem, Including Woman Walking With Child

A woman walking with a small child was shot in the back when gunfire erupted on a Harlem street, police and community leaders say, and she’s among three people who were shot in the neighborhood Tuesday night.  Continue Reading →

Man Stabbed To Death As Killer Remains On The Loose In Harlem

NY Daily News reports that cops found a 31-year-old man stabbed to death on a Harlem street Thursday night, police said. Continue Reading →

Man Stabbed Near East Harlem Subway Station

A man was stabbed several times near an East Harlem subway station Sunday afternoon, police said.  Continue Reading →

Man Drops Dead On Subway Tracks In East Harlem

NBC New York reports that authorities say a man has died after he was found on the tracks of an East Harlem subway station Saturday. Continue Reading →

Police Photo Of Suspected Harlem Subway Slasher

Police are asking the public to help identify a man suspected of stabbing a man three times in a Harlem subway station Friday. Police released new photos (above) of the accused subway slasher. Continue Reading →

Man Stabbed In Harlem Subway Station

A man was stabbed Friday afternoon in a Harlem subway station, an NYPD spokeswoman told source. Continue Reading →

Pedestrian Hit By Car, Seriously Injured In Harlem

A pedestrian was seriously injured after being hit while crossing a Harlem street Wednesday evening. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Inez Dickens Sworn At Harlem Hospital

By Rudy Collins

On Thursday, February 2nd, 2017, Harlem City Councilwoman Inez Dickens was sworn in at a standing room only ceremony at Harlem Hospital to serve in the New York state Assembly, 70th Assembly District, Manhattan.

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Harlem’s Smoke DZA Featuring Rick Ross In “Black Superhero Car” (Video)

In Harlem man Smoke DZA new video he is featuring the boss Rick Ross in titled “Black Superhero Car” video shot right here in Harlem, New York.

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Harlem’s Henry E. Greenup Homegoing Service

Harlem-based businessman/philanthropist Henry E. Greenup, 95, died.  Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana,  he relocated to NY after serving in the Army, during WWII and discharged as a corporal. Continue Reading →