Mayor de Blasio today announced the findings of his 45-day investigation into the practices and policies of taxicab medallion brokers.
The agency wants consumers to be aware of seasonal risks With the temperatures rising and school nearing its end, many folks in Harlem will be getting ready for vacations, time spent by the pool, and tons more downtime.
The USDA announced Thursday that it has officially kicked off a two-year pilot program that allows those who receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits from Harlem to Hollywood to shop for groceries from online retailers.
Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Bitta Mostofi kicked off Immigrant Heritage Week 2019, the City’s annual celebration of immigrant New Yorkers, past and present.
Many studies have explored how beneficial sleep is at any stage of life, and now a new study is advocating for teens to get a little extra sleep and head to school later.
Children of smoking parents are exposed to a great deal of tobacco residue and all of the chemicals that linger on furniture, clothes, and other household items long after cigarettes have been burnt out reports ConsumerAffairs.
Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Kathryn Garcia today released the City’s Roadmap to Eliminating Childhood Lead Exposure, following a 90-day review of all agencies’ policies related to lead prevention.
The retail pharmacy will pay a total of $269 million in two settlements With a number of Walgreens in Harlem, Consumers Affairs reports that Walgreens has agreed to settle two charges brought by the federal government and pay a total of $269 million.
CVS (who has a number so stores in Harlem) and Aetna, who announced last week they had closed on their merger agreement, may have overlooked one legal point, Consumer Affairs reports.
The NYC Commission on Human Rights today launched a citywide ad campaign to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that DOT will begin the rule-making process to clarify that pedal-assist bicycles are legal to operate in New York City.
Mayor Bill de Blasio‘s Office of Immigrant Affairs today launched its first-ever annual report. MOIA’s 2017 Annual Report, “State of Our Immigrant City,” provides a demographic snapshot of the city’s immigrant communities, the barriers they face.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today launched its effort to position New York City as a global leader in cybersecurity jobs and innovation.
Mayor de Blasio and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced today that the City’s enforcement of certain minor offenses, specifically giving officers the option of issuing a civil ticket instead of a criminal court summons under the Criminal Justice Reform Act (CJRA).
Mayor Bill de Blasio today held public hearings for, and signed, twelve pieces of legislation into law.