Even as New York City’s technology sector grows, creating thousands of new tech jobs, a survey of Manhattan public schools from Harlem to Hollis by Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer shows that city students are lagging behind in the most basic tech currency: broadband wifi access. Continue Reading →
Business Insider wrote that Cuomo’s office said that the HQ2 project would have brought in $27.5 billion in new tax revenue over 25 years based on two economic impact studies, one commissioned by the governor and another by the city.
From filth to flies — some restaurants across Harlem have dirty secrets they’d rather you didn’t know or think about. Fortunately for the diner’s well-being, New York City’s Health Department is watching. Continue Reading →
Two days after Christmas, Harlem resident John Tran found himself taking time off from work not to relax but instead to navigate the excruciatingly slow and red tape-burdened workings of New York City bureaucracy reports Gothamist. Continue Reading →