de Blasio Administration Outlines Preparedness For Novel Coronavirus From Harlem To Hollis

The City today laid out its preparedness plans for the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak. The virus, initially identified in China, has now spread to 16 countries with 25 deaths, all in China.

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City Fleet Vehicles Begin Mobile Testing Of Local Air Quality From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio, Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) Commissioner Lisette Camilo, and the City of New York’s Chief Technology Officer John Paul Farmer (CTO) today announced the launch of CityScanner, a pilot program that will use city fleet vehicles to test local air quality. Continue Reading →

Uptown Council Member Rodriguez And Others Announce Record High Graduation Rate From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced that New York City’s 2019 four-year high school graduation rate has reached a record high of 77.3 percent. Continue Reading →

The Mayor And Others Convene For Complete Count Campaign Kick-Off From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives J. Phillip Thompson, NYC Census 2020 Director Julie Menin, Council Member Carlos Menchaca, Continue Reading →

School Chancellor Carranza Celebrates College Awareness Day From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today celebrated the fifth annual College Awareness Day as part of the City’s College Access for All initiative. Continue Reading →

NYC Health + Hospitals Expands Access To Text Message Appointment Reminders To Patients

NYC Health + Hospitals today announced the expansion of its text message appointment reminder platform for patients from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

B.P. Brewer To Schools Chancellor Carranza, “Where’s The School Social Workers?”

Borough President Gale A. Brewer called on New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza to make more mental health care available to students by working for a 2021 budget that fully funds one full-time social worker per school from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Annual Kwanzaa Crawl Brings $250,000 To Black Business From Harlem To Hollis

Let’s support black businesses through libations! According to The Root, the annual Kwanzaa Crawl helps generate $250,000 for black businesses in Harlem and Brooklyn in New York City. Continue Reading →

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