The Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week is holding fairs in New Jersey Nov. 11-16 at five locations.
Social justice organization the People’s Organization for Progress honored Colin Kaepernick during their weekly Justice Monday rally against police brutality in Newark.
The Health Department published an Epi Data Brief showing that drug overdose deaths in New York City remained at epidemic levels in 2017, although the rate of increase slowed down significantly that year with a 2 percent overall increase, compared ...
Metro Briefs 9-26-2018
Let New York City Gov. Andrew Cuomo tell it and the rumored progressive wave is just a ripple. But outside of his victory, the rumors are true.
Primary night in New York State possibly signaled the beginning of something new: elected Democrats pushing a Democratic agenda in Albany.
Be careful what you ask for!
A fast-growing fire is burning through the parking garage of Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Brooklyn on Monday, authorities said.
“Culture for service and service for humanity” is Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity’s motto and it’s also the motto that Kevin I. Bracey embraces.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance is expected to appear in court Wednesday to dismiss more than 3,000 marijuana cases in the borough.
When parents send their children to school, it is supposed to be an enlightening and rewarding experience.
Marking the three-year anniversary of the death of Carey Gabay, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that New York State will invest in a Brooklyn community center named after Gabay.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy wants lawmakers to go back to the drawing board after vetoing a bill that would have eliminated the requirement for professional hair braiders to complete 1,200 hours of training at a beauty school in order ...
Aug. 16, Omowale Clay and Roger Wareham of the December 12th Movement International Secretariat had the opportunity to pay an official courtesy visit to congratulate H.E. Ambassador Fatima K. Mohammed on her appointment as the new permanent representative of the ...
Aug. 21, a New York tabloid might have said it best in its opening paragraph: “A police union [Sergeants Benevolent Association] wants to turn random bystanders into vigilantes-for-hire by offering $500 to any civilian who helps cops wrestle down suspects ...