As tax season begins, tax companies are once again targeting low-income filers with the so-called convenience of refund anticipation loans.
New Yorkers celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with service and activism.
Nicole Gibbons, an African-American interior designer and TV personality, is the interior designer for Enclave at the Cathedral, the new 15-story, 430-unit rental complex in Harlem, N.Y.
At a recent Newark City Hall ceremony, Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka signed a municipal ordinance that will spur development by freezing taxes until 2020 for multiple dwellings and commercial and industrial redevelopment projects.
The Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College of the City of New York names Lurie Daniel Favors, Esq. as its general counsel.
Mayor de Blasio and the state courts this week announced Project Fast Track, a strategy to reduce gun violence in New York City through a targeted, system-wide focus on the limited number of individuals responsible for most gun violence.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson is headed to the city for the 19th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit, Feb. 16 through Feb. 18, at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel.
There is a mood in Brownsville that something untoward happened in Osborn Park two weeks ago.
he mothers of unarmed Black men killed by police presented a plaque to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Reports indicate that Barneys has agreed to pay a settlement to a Black man who accused the luxury retailer of racially profiling him.
Two Rikers Island correction officers are behind bars in connection with the assault on an inmate that caused the man to permanently lose the sight in one eye.
State Senator Kevin Parker hosts his 12th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute Concert at Brooklyn College.
Reports indicate that the five suspects accused of raping a woman in Brownsville, Brooklyn have been released by order of a judge.
Yesterday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams paid tribute to a Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker who rescued a woman on the subway tracks at the Franklin Avenue station in Crown Heights.
Civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday this Friday coincides with a week’s worth of activities and workshops in New York designed to “keep the peace.”