Senators Kaplan And Biaggi Introduce Legislation Keeping Hate & Politics Off Of Public Property

State Senator Anna M. Kaplan (D-Great Neck) and State Senator Alessandra Biaggi (D-Bronx/Westchester) announced the introduction of legislation in the New York State Senate. Continue Reading →

Fire Engulfs Longtime Children’s Clothing Store 125th Street In Harlem

A massive fire tore through a longtime Harlem children’s clothing store Sunday evening, drawing hundreds of firefighters to 125th Street to battle the blaze for about three hours, city fire officials said. Continue Reading →

Actor Edward Norton To Be Deposed In Lawsuit Over Deadly St. Nick’s Jazz Pub Harlem Fire

Actor Edward Norton will give his account of the deadly fireplace on the set of his “Motherless Brooklyn” when he’s deposed in February, in response to new courtroom docket papers. Continue Reading →

Fire Claims 6 lives, Including 4 Children At Frederick E. Samuel Houses In Harlem

By Ted Shaffrey

Six family members, including four children, were killed early Wednesday when a fire that apparently started on a stove ravaged a Harlem apartment, authorities said. Continue Reading →


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