A New York City police sergeant will get his day in court.
National Action Network President Al Sharpton visited rapper Meek Mill at the Chester State Correctional Institution Monday. Sharpton is visiting the rapper as part of his criminal justice reform efforts through NAN.
“It is extremely important for young people to read and write since we live in a technological age where reading a book seems unusual,” explained Willabus.
The New York Urban League Young Professionals recently hosted its National Day of Empowerment at Moody’s in Downtown Manhattan.
Chyann Starks is a perfect example of an academically gifted student striving to reach her fullest potential as she pursues her career.
Assemblywoman Inez E. Dickens and the Honorable Charles B. Rangel were joined at the MLK Democratic Club by a crowd of supporters as they handed out turkeys Tuesday afternoon in Harlem.
Youma Nafo, who serves as food pantry coordinator at Harlem’s African Services Committee, said his organization has noticed an increase in the number of people who need pantry services over the past two years.
The short workweek, for many, began with multiple delays during morning rush hour.
Chief Master Sabu and the Humble School of Martial Arts will be hosting its 37th annual Humble Thanksgiving feeding festivity Nov. 23, 2017.
The library at the NYPD Police Academy is now called the Benjamin Ward Memorial Library, honoring New York City’s first Black police commissioner.
Last Friday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams distributed 15,000 pounds of food, including turkeys and healthy trimmings, to more than 100 local food pantries and houses of worship that are serving Brooklynites in need this Thanksgiving.
State Sen. and Marine Corps veteran James Sanders Jr. (D-Rochdale Village, Far Rockaway) hosted a Veterans Day Luncheon at Applebee’s at Five Towns for dozens of veterans.
The FDNY is being hailed for the graduation of 279 probationary firefighters, of which 50 percent were people of color.
Naima Beckles is not only a certified childbirth educator and a birth and postpartum doula but also the co-founder of For Your Birth.
Abel Cedeno, 18, pled not guilty on the manslaughter and assault charges he's facing in the stabbing of two fellow students inside his Bronx high school.