Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced this week that the Newark Lead Service Line Replacement (LSLR) Program had reached its final stage with nearly 15,000 of the city’s over 18,000 lead service lines replaced with safe, copper pipes.
This week, city officials announced the Mentors Matters Initiative aimed at providing mentoring, tutoring and social-emotional support to thousands of students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the New York Blood Center has had to cancel many of their blood drives over the last few months
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signs an executive order extending the state's moratorium on COVID-related commercial evictions and foreclosures for an additional month, until Oct. 20.
The city recently opened its first dedicated Pandemic Response Lab (PRL). The facility is dedicated to processing COVID-19 tests within 24-48 hours for NYC Health + Hospitals.
With many families stuck at home juggling working remotely, homeschooling and trying to keep everyone happy and healthy, it can be easy to let an otherwise active lifestyle fall by the wayside.
The Rev. Malika Whitney held a socially distanced event at the Kente Royal Gallery in Harlem to celebrate Katherine Nichson this past Sunday, Sept. 20.
Among the least known facts about the American Revolutionary War is the role of spies, and this important fact is buried even further when a Black man or woman risked their lives in this endeavor.
American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has returned to the U.S. after a four-nation swing through northern South America in the past week.
New York City public schools reopened this week for the first time since March when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down operations. However, schools didn’t reopen for all students
Two things seem to have the most attention from Trump as we enter the last 40 or so days until the election—a Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Cindy McCain’s endorsement of Joe Biden.
Career development company I Choose the Ladder will host its second annual “The CLIMB” career summit Saturday, Sept. 26, all virtually.
Is it a welcome development? Or legislative sadism?
The National Black Farmers’ Association says agricultural equipment manufacturer John Deere cares little about the Black community and is calling for a boycott of the Fortune 500 company.
If anything, Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden wanted to make sure the East Coast of America knew he wanted their vote. One labor union wanted to assist him in that journey.