With a Chipotle Mexican Grill on 125th Street in Harlem, it’s great to hear that Chipotle is set to open its first digital-only restaurant on Saturday.
Coronavirus rates continue to rise in Harlem and Upper Manhattan this week, part of a citywide resurgence in cases that is fueling fears of a second wave.
The New York State Education Department announced Thursday it canceled the January Regents exam due to the coronavirus.
Most Harlem ZIP codes have seen an uptick in the percentage of coronavirus cases coming back positive, part of a trend that has alarmed health officials, according to city data Continue Reading →
The year 2020 got off to an auspicious enough start, with people nervous, but also open to the possibilities that the new decade had to offer.
Communities all around the world are reeling from the effects of the coronavirus, and while most people are still dealing with the consequences of it,
Fifty-five New York City school staff have tested positive for coronavirus as the city enters the final week before students return to classrooms, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.