The Health Department announced today that it will start vaccinating raccoons in several northern Manhattan parks.
Dear Friends and Family, From all of us at Harlem Link Public Charter School, from our staff, our parents, all our community partners, and especially from our students—thank you for making Continue Reading →
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer announced that for Earth Day, which falls on Monday, April 22, 2019, her office will be distributing reusable grocery bags for free at greenmarkets Continue Reading →
Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Chair of the Council Transportation Committee, The New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, and environmental justice advocates announced the 4th annual Car Free Continue Reading →
Art Bodega Magazine hosted the cover party celebrating author, philanthropist and cover star Jean Shafiroff at Omar at Vaucluse in New York City for Art Bodega Magazine’s Nature & Jewels Continue Reading →
Being fearful of measles in Harlem, the Health Department today announced it is issuing three civil summonses, subject to fines, to people who failed to comply with the Commissioner’s Emergency Continue Reading →
The embattled New York City Housing Authority has launched a new effort to identify apartments contaminated with lead paint using X-ray devices that can detect the metal through multiple layers Continue Reading →
With a few Walgreens in Harlem, we were curious to hear that Walgreens announced Wednesday that it’s partnering with primary care provider VillageMD to open clinics next to drugstores in Continue Reading →
From filth to flies — some restaurants across Harlem have dirty secrets they’d rather you didn’t know or think about. Fortunately for the diner’s well-being, New York City’s Health Department is watching.
Many studies have explored how beneficial sleep is at any stage of life, and now a new study is advocating for teens to get a little extra sleep and head Continue Reading →