NYC Comptroller Stringer’s Mom, The First Woman To Represent Washington Heights Dies From COVID-19

Former New York City Councilwoman and Comptroller Scott Stringer‘s mother Arlene Stringer-Cuevas died Friday morning from the new coronavirus, Stringer confirmed. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: NYC Data Release By Zip Code Regarding Coronavirus Cases In Harlem And Uptown

More than 1,000 Harlemites have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a new batch of city data that breaks down the number of positive tests in each city zip code. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Mayor de Blasio Calls For Draft Of Essential Medical Personnel

As New York City works to quickly quadruple the number of hospital beds throughout the city, today, Mayor de Blasio today called on the federal government to institute an essential draft of all private medical personnel to help in the fight against COVID-19. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: All New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis Told To Cover Faces As Coronavirus Spreads

Everyone in New York City should cover their faces when they go outside, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Spring Break Canceled Amid New York City Coronavirus Outbreak

Spring break has been canceled in New York’s public schools and teachers have been ordered to keep teaching remotely amid the new coronavirus pandemic, according to the teacher’s union. Continue Reading →

The NYPD And NYC Police Foundation Announce Purchase Of Masks, Gloves And Packets

The NYPD and New York City Police Foundation today announced the purchase of 150,000 masks, 150,000 gloves and 150,000 packets of hand sanitizer for police officers on the front lines of protecting the public during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: New York Shutdown Extended 2 Weeks, Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says

New York state’s shutdown will be extended at least two more weeks, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said during a Sunday briefing on the state’s efforts to fight the spread of coronavirus. Continue Reading →


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