A cab driver was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning after he was shot in the hand by a man he chauffeured around East Harlem, police told our source.
A bicyclist was critically hurt after he rode the wrong way on Park Avenue in East Harlem and slammed into a green cab Monday night, police sources said.
Since Cristobol Balenciaga visited Harlem in the 1940’s we better understand how the brand has been inspired by Harlem’s style, its history and its savoir faire.
The men from Harlem, Washington Heights, Queens are facing charges for impersonating police officers while committing a litany of crimes including robbery, arson and calling in fake threats on police radio frequencies.
Don’t believe your eyes — a Harlem man who was caught on video fighting with cops who’d spotted him carrying a knife is suing the city claiming he was falsely arrested.
Gov. Cuomo took aim at the city’s child protective agency Thursday as he announced a state probe into the broomstick beating death of a 6-year-old Harlem boy.
Jarvis Jenkins helped unveil the newest location of Barbershop Books Tuesday morning at the International Hair Studio in Harlem.
A man already facing murder charges in a slaying on Super Bowl Sunday in Harlem has been linked to a second murder in the neighborhood — this one more than three years earlier, police said Tuesday.
The NYPD arrested a mother and her boyfriend in the death of her 6-year-old boy Tuesday after he died and was found with bruises and a head injury a day earlier, police said.
A 6-year-old Harlem boy covered in bruises died after being rushed to the hospital by his mother, police said Tuesday.
Seventeen members of a gang responsible for selling crack at an East Harlem affordable housing development have been arrested following a 10-month investigation dubbed “Operation Insomnia.”
The NYPD was called to investigate a suspicious package on the corner of Madison Avenue and East 107th Street at about 5:15 p.m.
She is not alone. Mothers of men killed in questionable confrontations with police gathered once again Sunday, this time to support one of their own, whose son was killed four years ago after an emotional distress call to cops.
A gun-toting skateboarder shot a man dead outside a Harlem apartment building, police said Sunday.
The Parks Department and clothing company UNIQLO are teaming up to feature art from emerging artists in city parks, and East Harlem’s Thomas Jefferson Park has been chosen to receive one of the installations.