First Corinthian Baptist Church and District Council 9 held their annual Hope for Harlem block party and community service event over the weekend.
District Council 9 announced today it will conduct three formal apprentice recruitments beginning August 9th, 2022.
District Council 9 begins its formal recruitment process for Glazier apprentices.
District Council 9 donated $2,500 and members volunteered their time at First Corinthian Baptist Church in Harlem to distribute warm meals for Thanksgiving.
On April 21st, 2018, the members of District Council 9 will lend their time and skills during the District Council’s Annual Community Day of Action.
By Daniel B. TIsdale Dr. Yusef Salaam, an activist and renowned speaker who was falsely accused as one of the Central Park Five teenagers in the infamous 1989 rape case, has emerged victorious in Harlem’s District 9.
Today, District Council 37 and the Department of Education announced an agreement for nearly 20,000 DOE employees from Harlem to the Hudson.
A statement made on March 16th, 2020, regarding District 10 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates from uptown NYC Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez:
Voters in Central Harlem will take to the polls on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, to cast crucial votes in this year’s Democratic primary.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Office of Labor Relations (OLR) Commissioner Renee Campion today announced agreements with District Council 37 (DC 37).
Following vocal opposition from faith leaders, community advocates, business organizations, district attorneys, law enforcement professionals, and everyday New Yorkers.
A coalition of gender-based violence advocates and organizations today applauded the New York City Council as it voted to adopt a resolution that will help the most marginalized survivors gain better access to safe temporary housing.
Plans are underway to form a BID on East 125th Street, a diverse corridor with a rich cultural history, outstanding intermodal transit connectivity, and a growing population.
In an inspiring turn of events, Yusef Salaam, a member of the Central Park Five, has achieved a significant milestone by securing a primary victory in the race for the NYC Council in Harlem.
Today, Schools Chancellor David C. Banks announced that hundreds of parents were elected to serve on the 36 Citywide and Community Education Councils.