The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today elected Officers for 2021-2022 at the annual NYSLTA Convention.
The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today kicked off its 100th-anniversary celebration with the “Feeding Our Neighbors” fundraiser—a statewide virtual food drive.
The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today announced its third consecutive year of participation in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program for residents from Harlem to the Hudson.
Change InSight, a first-of-its-kind data platform, today released a report detailing major barriers to equity facing at-risk Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities in the New York area.
Harlem Sculpture Gardens will be displayed in three uptown parks: Morningside, St. Nicholas and Jackie Robinson.
On November 1, 2023, The New York Landmarks Conservancy will celebrate its 50th Anniversary, and host its annual Living Landmarks Celebration at The Plaza.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York Governor Kathy Hochul today released “‘New’ New York: Making New York Work for Everyone.”
On November 2, 2022, The New York Landmarks Conservancy will host its 29th Living Landmarks Celebration at The Plaza.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine closes out the year with celebration and song online with the annual New Year’s Eve Concert for Peace.
Today, the New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) applauded Governor Kathy Hochul, Senator James Skoufis, Assemblymember Nily Rozic.
During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today held a webinar on cybersecurity, discussing best practices for data protection, securing personal information and remote work digital protection.
Today the City Council overwhelmingly passed legislation introduced by Council Member Helen Rosenthal to increase critical maternal health services for people incarcerated on Rikers Island.
The earliest means of transportation around New York City Harbor, from Harlem to Brooklyn and Staten Island and to trading was moored offshore was rowboats from 96th Street to 155th Street.
James Jay Coogan, January 16, 1846 – October 24, 1915, was the borough president of Manhattan, N Y from 1899 to 1901, and a successful merchant and real estate manager.
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