A former Harlem charter school teacher allegedly had rude communications with at least 18 students, claiming he did it “to be the cool teacher,” according to prosecutors and court papers. Continue Reading →
A jury awarded $45.2 million to a brain-damaged philanthropist and her family who sued an East Harlem mall where two youths tossed a shopping cart onto her head. Continue Reading →
A Queens woman who helped a fake doctor perform a black-market butt injection that killed a Harlem woman was hit with new charges Thursday for illegal cosmetic procedures on other victims. Continue Reading →
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