Author: harlemcondolife

Acquitted Man ‘Unlawfully Detained’ After Bail Hiked on Other Charges: Suit

A judge increased the man’s bail on separate charges after he was acquitted of attempted murder.

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City’s Rent-to-Own Program a ‘Disaster’ as Investigations Loom, Source Says

The public advocate called for an independent review of the beleaguered program. 

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City’s Plan to Rezone East Harlem Begins

3,500 units of housing will be created under the plan, according to the city.

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Harlem Summit Aims to Educate Residents on Preservation and Development

The Saturday conference was organized by the nonprofit West Harlem Preservation Organization. 

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PHOTOS: Post-WWII New York City in Focus at New Museum Exhibit

“A City Seen: Todd Webb’s Postwar New York, 1945-1960” is at the Museum of the City of New York.

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Video Shows Judge Near Hudson River Night Before Her Body Was Found: NYPD

The family issued a statement this week asking the public to “step forward” with any information.

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City Using East Harlem as ‘Dumping Ground’ for Sanitation Site, Locals Say

Residents fumed over a proposal to relocate a sanitation garage from E. 99th Street to E. 127th Street.

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Family of Judge Found Dead in River Asks Public to ‘Step Forward’ with Info

Abdus-Salaam’s husband said reports that she committed suicide “have no basis in reality.” 

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Meet the Republican Harlem Pastor Taking on ‘Bully’ De Blasio for Mayor

Michel Faulkner said Mayor Bill de Blasio has broken his promises. 

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