By Jerrod Delaine All housing has been affected by the COVID-19 Global Health pandemic, with New York being the epicenter of how it can spread and bring a city to Continue Reading →
Coronavirus rates in Harlem continue to rank among the highest in Manhattan as part of the citywide resurgence that has shuttered schools and prompted warnings about a possible return to Continue Reading →
Coronavirus (COVID-19) tally as compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
A Harlem nonprofit that has given out thousands of free meals during the COVID crisis is stepping up its efforts to help feed families during the holiday season.
Another Harlem school building has closed temporarily after multiple coronavirus cases were reported in separate classrooms, according to the Department of Education.
Sony World Open Photography Winner, Christy Lee Rogers, donated two artworks to Mount Sinai Hospital, 1468 Madison Avenue in Harlem, NY.
In January 2017, Chris and Claire Saphire opened a small neighborhood coffee shop on Central Park North near Lenox Avenue (bet. 111th and 110th Streets), in what was then an Continue Reading →
With a number of stores throughout Harlem, today the drug store chain Rite Aid is now offering seasonal flu shots from Harlem to Hollis.
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