Harlem lawmaker slams ‘11th hour breadcrumbs’ from developer of controversial One45 project
The project has been a lightning rod as it’s made its way through the city’s multi-layered land rezoning process and was opposed by both the local community board and Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine.
May 10, 4:21 PM
Good times, great food at the Uptown Night Market under the arches of Harlem
The Harlem food and cultural festival will run through November on the second Thursday of every month
Apr 23, 12:01 PM
Perp sought for attempted murder, rape of woman in Harlem: NYPD
Cops say the suspect brutally beat his 43-year-old victim before dragging her in between two parked cars and undressing her in an attempt to rape her.
Mar 20, 4:14 PM
In Wake Of Fatal Shooting Of NYPD Officer, Harlem Residents Look For Answers To Gun Violence
"When the world shut down we was able to really see what the real issues were.”
Jan 22, 9:49 PM
Adams Orders Flags Lowered At City Government Buildings To Honor Officer Killed In Line Of Duty
The officer, Jason Rivera of the 32nd Precinct, was responding to a domestic dispute.
Jan 22, 10:38 AM
One Officer Fatally Shot, Another "Fighting For His Life" In Harlem
The incident occurred on West 135th Street, after 6 p.m., police said.
Jan 21, 8:14 PM
A Look Inside NYC’s Supervised Drug-Injection Sites, The First In The Nation
The New York City centers in Harlem and Washington Heights are already saving lives, intervening in 43 overdoses during their first two weeks of operation.
Dec 17, 2021 6:40 AM
Harlem Residents Protest Against Opioid Clinics After Data Shows Most Are Used By Non-Residents
Harlem residents say their neighborhood is bearing the brunt of opioid prevention programs that other neighborhoods fight to keep out. This trend puts commuter patients at risk, too.
Dec 16, 2021 10:22 AM
After Years Of Delay, NYC Opens First Supervised Injection Sites In US To Fight Opioid Overdoses
The two centers will allow people to use drugs such as heroin under the care of medical professionals, while giving them access to addiction treatment and other services.
Nov 30, 2021 9:00 AM
NYC Tried To Remove NYPD From 911 Mental Health Emergencies—But It’s Had Little Success
This summer, the city launched a pilot program that enables 911 operators to dispatch teams led by social workers instead of police. But cops are still fielding 80% of the mental health calls.
Oct 22, 2021 5:32 PM
Arts & Entertainment
Videos: Musicians Hosting Joyful, DIY Performances On Fire Escapes In Harlem
The shows have taken the concept of socially-distanced music performances and given it an unforgettable, urban backdrop.
Sep 29, 2021 10:25 AM
Harlem District Leader Gets Special Election Nod For State Senate Seat Vacated By Current Lt. Governor
Cordell Cleare beat out four other contenders.
Sep 25, 2021 4:16 PM
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