Charles Rangel’s re-election bid for his Congressional seat in the 13th District is gaining traction, thanks to key endorsements from several influential political
The rally, at Stonehenge Village on 97th Street near Amsterdam Avenue, comes as Public Advocate Letitia James said that her office will file a complaint against Stonehenge, which owns and manages 22 residential properties in the city.
According to pet owners, the rock salt used by the city and residents to help melt snow on the sidewalk poses problems for the dogs’ health. Now, Community Board 7 is looking to potentially have brownstones and small businesses use a healthier alternative to rock salt on city sidewalks.
The Apollo theater has a long and complex history, and the community in which it resides has an even more uncertain future.
At a recent Community Board 9 meeting, development groups sought community input about several initiatives to better utilize the West Harlem Piers, including more boats, a maritime museum, and a community garden.
The plan, which aims to drastically reduce traffic fatalities across the city, echoes various proposals put forth by city and state politicians over the past month.
Nearly 100 Columbia faculty members signed a letter to the New York State Assembly opposing a hotly debated bill that would cut state funding to academic institutions that have connections to groups that boycott Israel.
Harlem’s oldest business organization will sell a narrow strip of land on 135th Street near St. Nicholas Avenue to help fund repairs to the organization’s affordable housing units.
After failing to receive more than $4 billion promised by a 2007 education funding bill to provide essential resources to New York City public schools, community leaders are leading an effort to file a lawsuit against New York state.
A week after a city agreement to reform stop-and-frisk tactics in line with an August 2013 federal ruling, Harlem residents are divided over how the changes should be implemented.
Mar 10, 9:38am
Good morning, Columbia. I omitted the exclamation mark because at this point in the morning you may already have a caffeine headache. Midterms are just the best. On the bright... Read More
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