T-Mobile promised last year that it would provide internet connectivity to 10 million underserved student households if its merger with Sprint was approved.
Now that the T-Mobile/Sprint merger has been approved, New York Attorney General Letitia James has dropped the state’s case against the merger once and for all, including any threat of an Continue Reading →
With a number of T-Mobile and Sprint stores in Harlem were interested to hear the okay from the federal judge has given them a long-awaited blessing that will allow the Continue Reading →
As the City continues to confront the disparities of COVID-19, the Health Department today released an updated COVID-19 data page detailing additional demographic information about how the outbreak is affecting New Continue Reading →
Friends, In times like these, we need some lightheartedness. Frederick Douglass Houses (and NYCHA) resident Samantha (Sam) Diaz, 20, appeared on American Idol last night.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced new updates on the City’s response to COVID-19. The City will move towards a remote learning model for all school days until Spring Recess.
Mayor de Blasio and Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced a lawsuit in the New York County Supreme Court against T-Mobile.