Banks can be intimidating to some people, but taking advantage of their services is one of the best things you can do for your financial well-being.
The Bedford Union Armory in Crown Heights, Brooklyn is being named after former Congressman Major Robert Owens, who represented New York’s 12th Congressional District for nearly 25 years.
The Clean Slate NY campaign recently announced new legislation that would expunge conviction records for 2.3 million New Yorkers.
Legislation commemorating the chosen birthday of abolitionist Frederick Douglass cleared the full Assembly this week and is now headed to Gov. Phil Murphy’s desk.
A group of prominent city African leaders and clergy backed Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams for mayor, citing what they said was his ability to lead New York back from a recession and the health and public safety crises that ...
Practicing social distancing and requested mask-wearing, Queeneathly Jewels and members of the “22” Points Team Youth Program gave out coats for girls and boys aged between 2 and 16, in the Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
The birth of your first newborn child should be a time filled with joy and happiness, or that’s what everyone tells a first-time mother.
Two parents of people killed after mental illness calls to police are denouncing a new bill that purports to address the issue.
This is Damon Alston. Here is how he lists his jobs/hobbies: DJ / mountain climber / scuba diver / Ironman / firefighter.
Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021, Black Bodega held a grand opening as owner and entrepreneur Alize Jones seeks to “bring economic equity to the community and provide jobs to local residents.
This week, Rep. Gregory Meeks, Queens Borough President Donovan Richards and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced key elements of the foundation for the new JFK Airport construction projects that will drive a recovery by creating over 20,000 jobs, investing $10 ...
America reaches a grim milestone this week in the COVID-19 pandemic as 500,000 people have died from the virus. In New York City, nearly 29,000 people have died.
There’s an intensive one-year computer science training program in Brooklyn that teaches software engineering to Black and Latinx recent high school graduates.
It’s no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic is also impacting the 2021 tax season. Local officials are getting the word out about free virtual tax services available and warning filers to be on the lookout for scams.
NYC Department of Small Business Services Commissioner Jonnel Doris announced this week that additional career paths in the industrial, media and tech sectors will be featured on Career Discovery NYC, a centralized resource to assist New Yorkers with career exploration ...