Stimulus Bill Would Make It Easier To Forgive Student Loan Debt From Harlem To Hawaii

The final $1.9 trillion stimulus bill being taken up by the House of Representatives doesn’t forgive any student loan debt.

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Brewers News: The COVID-19 Newsletter From Harlem To Houston

Curated selections from Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewers newsletter. Continue Reading →

Bipartisan Group Of Senators Introduce $908 Billion COVID-19 Stimulus Proposal

A bipartisan group of senators on Tuesday unveiled a $908 billion stimulus proposal with the aim of putting an end to a partisan impasse that has now spanned several months. Continue Reading →

Dr. Torian Easterling Appointed First Deputy Commissioner, Chief Equity Officer

The Health Department today announced Dr. Torian Easterling as the new First Deputy Commissioner and Chief Equity Officer. Continue Reading →

NYC’S National Leading Outdoor Dining Initiative Surpasses Milestone Of 10,000 Participants

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that more than 10,000 restaurants are now participating in New York City’s outdoor dining initiative, Open Restaurants. Continue Reading →

Artist Residency Initiative Launching On Governors Island For Artists From Harlem To Hollis

For the 2020 season, The Trust for Governors Island (The Trust), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and 18 cultural organizations with space on Governors Island will join forces to host free residency programs. Continue Reading →

Walking Or Biking To Work Reduces Risk Of Effects Of The COVID Crisis And Early Death

While it’s no secret that being more active can boost consumers’ health, researchers have found that incorporating physical activity into the daily commute can also benefit consumers. Continue Reading →

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