A man allegedly stabbed his former girlfriend to death on Tuesday before stabbing himself and leaping to his death from her sixth-floor apartment in Washington Heights, New York.
On April 20, 2018, Yeshiva University students were joined by YU President Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman and New York State Assemblywoman Carmen De La Rosa as they led an educational science module for fourth grade students at P.S. 189.
Presented by MHG Events, the Latin Night Market is a vibrant celebration of Latin and Hispanic culture, featuring top-notch food vendors, live performances, and esteemed guests.
MetroPlusHealth, NYC’s high-quality and affordable health plan, is pleased to announce a gift of 30,000 backpacks intended to reduce stress on low-income families with children headed back to school across the City.
WE ACT for Environmental Justice held a rally in City Hall Park today to demand action from the New York City Council on extreme heat.
On Thursday, June 22nd, 2023, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents, community organizations, and City leaders rallied for public housing rent relief at City Hall Park.
Today, elected officials from Harlem to Hollis including New York City Comptroller Brad Lander and Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso joined the CARE for Immigrant Families coalition.
The People’s Plan, its thirteen steering committee organizations, and dozens of affiliated grassroots groups.
The Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement (PEU), Department of Finance (DOF), and Department for the Aging (NYC Aging) have launched Harlem to Hollis a week of action.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, creates a campaign from Harlem to Hollis to ‘Get Stuff Clean.’
More than a dozen elected officials joined New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) nurses in solidarity on the City Hall steps to launch a campaign for a fair contract.
NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Kevin D. Kim today announced that 16 community-based development organizations (CBDOs) will be awarded a total of $800,000 in Business Improvement District (BID) Exploration and Formation grants.
By Iovanni Romarion Monday’s storm in Washington Heights showed NYC yet again how unprepared our neighborhoods are for intense rainfall and other climate-induced extreme weather.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez today announced that the city is on track to complete more than 100 safe street redesigns in 2022.
Today, in front of a super-polluting midtown building, climate activists, Comptroller Brad Lander, and councilmembers rallied to urge Mayor Adams.