Join professional photographer, Michael Palma Mir, for a series of nature photography workshop walks featuring the geology, topography, and biodiversity of Northern Manhattan Parks.
Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC) partnered with DoorDash today for a school supplies distribution event.
HPD’s Partners in Preservation program releases RFP to expand into priority areas citywide, investing $4 million annually.
Today, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine announced the formation of the senior staff team who will perform the broad range of operations.
On Wednesday, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine opened a COVID testing site in partnership with SOMOS Community Care at the Borough President’s Northern Manhattan Office.
Spectrum has announced a donation of $7,500 to Inhisname United through the company’s national community philanthropic program.
Tomorrow, Saturday, August 22nd, and Sunday, August 23rd, 2020, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez alongside Congress Member Adriano Espaillat,
A Community Board 12 message regarding the Northern Manhattan Emergency Recovery Fund during the COVID Crisis:
It is incredible that one of the wealthiest nations in the world has been hobbled by a shortage in medical equipment, exposing us to be no more prepared than any developing nation in the world.
Dear Friends and Neighbors, Tonight as we are getting ready to rest for the night or to take on a night shift, I want to let everyone know that we are working day and night to ensure all New Yorkers receive the help they need during these trying days.
Harlem-based WE ACT for Environmental Justice (WE ACT) has been awarded a $400,000 grant over two years.
Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez and Executive directors from participating organizations honored Earth Day and announced the official programming for the Uptown Car Free Day NYC.
One of the brightest solutions showcased as part of Climate Week NYC 2018 (September 24-30) is a partnership program.
Join Community Board #12 in Harlem on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 for free Northern Manhattan Neighbors Appreciation Day at Columbia University in Harlem.
Important investments for parks and open space, transportation, infrastructure, a new library building, a cultural center, workforce training and education will represent a comprehensive approach to ensure that Inwood remains an affordable and livable neighborhood for working families.