There’s One More Week To Apply To Pre-K For Families From Harlem To Hollis

Department of Education is extending the Pre-K Application deadline – families have until March 3, 2017, to apply to pre-K! Continue Reading →

ArtLooks: The Power of an Image With Devin Allen At The Studio Museum

Teen artists from all over New York City are invited to join photographer Devin Allen in an interactive conversation about the power of an image. Continue Reading →

High Wind Harlem To Hollis Warning

The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for New York City in effect from 1:00 PM until 6:00 PM, tonight. Continue Reading →

Sales From Harlem To Hollis Market Closes Record-Breaking 2016

Rounding out a year of historic highs in average sales price and total consideration (monetary value for completed transactions) with growing activity in the other boroughs. Continue Reading →

NYC Lobbying Firm Capalino+Company Creates App For Minority And Women Business Owners

Capalino+Company, New York City’s top government relations and strategic consulting firm, announced the launch of its MWBE Connect NY app that will help identify procurement opportunities for business owners and entrepreneurs from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Delays Continue With C, A Train Water Main Break Delays In Washington Heights

A water condition in Upper Manhattan is causing delays along the A and C train lines during Friday morning’s commute. Continue Reading →

NYC311 Sets New Record With Nearly 36 Million Interactions In 2016

NYC311, New York City’s primary source of government information and non-emergency services, set another record for the most annual contacts with 35,982,514 customer requests for services or information in 2016 – surpassing the previous record in 2015 by 5 percent. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Teyana Taylor’s Dance Workout Will Inspire You For The New Year (Video)

If you thought that hotel rooms were no place for your dance workouts, Harlem lady Teyana Taylor is here to change your mind and blow you away with her moves. Continue Reading →

Thousands Stolen From USPS Mailbox In East Harlem

NBC New York reports that authorities say “someone” stole $11,000 in checks from a USPS mailbox in East Harlem over the last few months.  Continue Reading →

Commemorating New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis Who Have Passed While Homeless In 2016

On Wednesday, December 21st, 2016, a memorial program was held by homeless service providers to remember people who passed away during 2016 in New York City without stable housing. Continue Reading →