Free Rikers Island Bus Line Starts Up With Service From Harlem And Brooklyn

NY Daily News reports that visitors to Rikers Island have two new free travel options courtesy of the Correction Department. Continue Reading →

Prison Reentry Nonprofit GOSO Showcases Talents With John Leguizamo At The Apollo

Successful NYC post-prison reentry nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) on Tuesday, April 17th, 2018, hosted an exciting showcase of talent from among the program’s ranks at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

City To Invest $3 M Per Year In Services To Reduce The Number Of Teens In City Custody

Mayor de Blasio announced a $3 million annual investment to provide an array of services to young people that will help safely drive down the number of teenagers in city custody and advance the City’s commitment to provide young people in trouble with high quality programming that addresses underlying issues in their lives. Continue Reading →

17 East Harlem Arrested For War With Rival Gang

NY Daily News reports that Manhattan prosecutors charged 17 members of an East Harlem gang with engaging a rival crew in a bloody war over for two years, the district attorney said Friday. Continue Reading →

First Lady McCray Announces Investment To Break Cycle Of Female Incarceration

Today First Lady Chirlane McCray announced a set of new initiatives designed to break the cycle of incarceration for women from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Join Post-Rikers Reentry Organization “Getting Out And Staying Out” (GOSO) In Harlem

GOSO is proud to announce the opening of a 2,200sf center that will serve as a home base for its robust TASC (GED) high school equivalency and vocational education programs. Continue Reading →

One Of The Cities Worst Landlords Who Pushed Out Harlem Tenants Gets Out Of Jail

His atonement is on hold. Notorious landlord Steve Croman will stay out of jail until after the High Holidays, starting with Rosh Hashanah Wednesday night, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jill Konviser ruled Tuesday. Continue Reading →


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