Month: July 2016

Keith Wright Concedes Race, Calls for Unity With Rangel and Espaillat

Espaillat narrowly won the congressional race over Wright with little more than 1,000 votes.

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Best Public Outdoor Pools in NYC

Whether you’re working out or soaking up the sun, there’s a pool to suit you opening Saturday.

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Two Eight-Story, 12-Unit Residential Buildings Filed At 1525 Bryant Avenue, Longwood

East Harlem-based Morrison Zhu Goodman Realty Group has filed applications for two eight-story, 12-unit residential buildings at 1525-1527 Bryant Avenue, in the West Bronx’s Longwood section. Each of them will measure 14,325 square feet, and across both, their…

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Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties in New York City:• On the Upper East Side, a two-bedroom two-bath with a fireplace in an elevator building with…

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Touro College and Harlem United Will Offer Free Health Screenings Monday

Two Harlem organizations are partnering to offer free community health screenings.

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City Health Department Falsified Records for Lead Tests at Day Cares: Audit

City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s audit found 60 percent of centers sampled had not been tested.

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Affirmative Action Survives, Again

Affirmative Action Survives, Again Over the past four decades, the Supreme Court has repeatedly addressed the question of whether public universities may consider an applicant’s race in admissions decisions. Its answer, with some important caveats, has always been…

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Residents Ask For a Rent Rollback as Board Prepares to Vote

At the final meeting before the vote, residents asked for a rent rollback.

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Standing Room Crowd Raises Concerns Over Harlem Homeless Shelter

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Residents are fighting to keep a shelter out of the community. 

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