Tens of thousands of activists from all over New York and the country will be heading to NYC for the March to End Fossil Fuels on Sunday, September 17, 2023.
At the end of June, the conservative majority of the Supreme Court struck down President Biden’s plan to cancel up to $20k in student loan debt for 43 million people.
Renters are not only facing higher rents but now some apartment management companies are adding insult to injury by tacking on extra – and possibly unjustified – junk fees.
Citizens are now accepting applications from local nonprofit organizations for the Champions in Action program in the category of Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy.
Driving all summer around Harlem, now it’s time to prepare your car for the fall season it’s essential to ensure safe and smooth driving as the weather changes.
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The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, together with NYC Emergency Management, today issued an advisory alerting New Yorkers to prepare for potential deteriorations in air quality.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Corporation Counsel Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix today announced that the City of New York is filing a federal lawsuit against four major distributors of flavored disposable e-cigarettes.
The NYC Emergency Management Department advises from Harlem To The Hudson to prepare for potential rain beginning tonight and continuing until tomorrow morning.
While forecasting air quality is challenging and often unpredictable, NYC anticipates that conditions could deteriorate – getting worse on Thursday — due to unprecedented wildfires in Canada.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today recovered more than $1.7 million from COINEX (CoinEx) for failing to register as a securities and commodities broker-dealer and for falsely representing itself as a crypto exchange.
The Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Caucus (Caucus), led by Chair Assemblywoman Michaelle C. Solages, is proud to announce its policy agenda aimed at addressing critical issues affecting Black, Latino, and AAPI New Yorkers.
This week, the members of the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Caucus voted to advance their priorities from the 2023 People’s Budget in the SFY24 Enacted Budget.
Senator Brian Kavanagh announced the Carpet EPR bill (S5027C/A9279A), which he sponsored along with Assemblymember Steven Englebright.
Check out this weather, clearing sidewalks and driveways of snow may be essential to keep from being shut in.