Affecting workers from Harlem To Hollis, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said, “No one should have to endure sexual harassment or mistreatment in the workplace.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan and the NYC Economic Development Corporation will be incorporating the work of an artist into the design of the proposed flood wall which will protect the Continue Reading →
Nasty storms could slam us from Harlem To Hollis with rough winds, heavy rain and flooding Wednesday evening, forecasters warn.
Many companies that produce e-scooters are quick to point to the environmental benefits of using them for transportation, but a recent study suggests that these vehicles aren’t quite as “green” Continue Reading →
Teens in middle and high school can deal with a great deal of stress on a day-to-day basis, and a new study suggests that art therapy can be helpful as Continue Reading →
For those in need it’s always the season for giving—and planning how to make the world a better place next year—The Robb Report last year spoke with Melanie Schnoll Begun Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that NYC Census 2020, the City’s first-of-its-kind census outreach and engagement campaign.
NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop today announced that the City awarded over $3.5 million to help longstanding businesses adapt and grow in a modern economy.
Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives Phil Thompson, Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, City University of New York Chancellor Félix Matos Rodríguez.