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Lines at the polls on Election Day stretched down the block at many spots in Harlem Tuesday.
The DOT said it will begin making changes to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in August.
Education officals denied the Harlem Success Academy move would disqualify magnet schools' $11M grant.
Wadleigh Middle School school will receive a new principal after outcry from community and officials.
The closure of the middle school comes as a controversial charter school hopes to move into the building.
The DOE plans to close middle school grades at Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing Arts.
The Johnson Houses Community and Children's Center will feature a host of programs and services.
Mark Ruffalo and hundreds of others rallied against hydrofracking at BMCC Wednedsay.
Borough President Scott Stringer is trying to stop the group handling the $150 million Columbia University community benefits agreement with West Harlem to stop disbursing funds and reorganize.
Harlem United Against Walmart says the mammoth retailer would destroy small businesses and take advantage of workers.
The statue is at the southern end of Frederick Douglass Boulevard, where Harlem and the Upper West Side meet.
Politicians and community activists rallied in Harlem Sunday in support of Dominique Strauss-Kahn's alleged victim.
Despite criticism from some local church leaders, residents packed into Marcus Garvey Park to celebrate Harlem Pride.
Hazel Dukes threw latest punch in squabble with Success Charter Network.
More than 200 people gathered in Harlem to push for stronger rent control laws, a month before the laws are set to expire.
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