Council Member Andy King joined representatives from Riverbay Corporation and Co-op City residents this week to announce an imminent shipment of supplies leaving this afternoon.
A spokeswoman for NYC Communities for Change said that protests will continue Nov. 2 at 250 Broadway in front of the Manhattan office for Councilmember Laurie Cumbo (D) whose district includes Fort Greene, Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights.
The recently retired chief of police of a New Jersey township was arrested Wednesday by the FBI and charged with a federal hate crime for allegedly slamming a handcuffed African-American suspect into a doorjamb during a 2016 arrest.
New York City officials sent a letter to the U.S. Justice Department Friday defying a directive intended to pressure the city into cooperating more with federal immigration enforcement efforts.
In late September, Intersections announced the Rev. Julie Johnson Staples as the new executive director.
The road to recovery isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon.
Breast cancer survivor Allison Alexis will tell one and all that this ravaging disease is one of the most common diseases that affects women nationally.
E-cigarette smokers in New York will soon join the same outdoor areas as cigarette smokers.
Say goodbye to the swipe.
A man has been arrested after a 91-year-old man was killed and his 100-year-old wife injured in a Brooklyn home invasion, sources said Friday.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprises program held their launching event at the Historic Studio Museum in Harlem.
As cities across the nation join in the race for Amazon to build its second headquarters, Newark is among those hoping the retail giant will become the city’s next big employer.
The Nation of Islam commemorated the 22nd anniversary of their historic Million Man March, which occurred in Washington, D.C., Oct. 16, 1995, with a forum at Newark, N.J.’s Symphony Hall. Their leader, Minister Louis Farrakhan, echoed much of the powerful ...
In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bed-Stuy-based 500 Men Making a Difference hosted their annual Breast Cancer Walk this past Sunday.
Anti-violence organization Harlem Mothers SAVE is hosting their fifth annual Halloween Candy Bag Giveaway Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at its headquarters.