Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard

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Worker Hurt After Falling From Ladder at Construction Site, Witnesses Say

A worker had been installing copper piping when he slipped from his ladder, witnesses said.

Central Harlem »

Morningside Avenue Lane Removal Plan Stalls

Residents, Community Board 10 and the Department of Transportation are at odds over the proposal.

West Harlem »

Elderly Man Struck by Livery Cab While Crossing 125th Street, Witnesses Say

A man was struck by a livery cab while crossing 125th Street at Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard.

Central Harlem »

Wife of Convicted 'Slumlord' Says Abyssinian Church Destroyed Her Building

The wife of a landlord once jailed for building violations claims her property was destroyed.

Harlem »

Harlem Residents Fight Plan to Narrow Lanes on Deadly Boulevard

The DOT said it will begin making changes to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in August.

Central Harlem »

City Wants to Turn 125th Street Garage Into Office and Cultural Space

The parking garage at 121 West 125th St. is slated to also have cultural exhibition space.

Harlem »

Historic Harlem Rib Joint Needs Investors to Survive

The owner of Sherman's Barbecue needs investors to save the historic restaurant.

Harlem »

Basement Fire Fills Harlem High-Rise with Smoke

A fire in the basement of a high-rise at 230 W. 129th St. in Harlem began in the building's basement.

Harlem »

Harlem Vendors on 125th Street Cleared in Sweep Ahead of Obama Visit

Three vendors were arrested last week, leaving many worried about how they will make a living.

Harlem »

Man Shot in the Head in Harlem

A 28-year-old man was found with a gunshot wound to the head on Seventh Avenue and West 117th Street.

Harlem »

60-Year-Old Harlem Rib Joint That Served the Beatles Fights to Stay Afloat

Harlem rib joint Sherman's Barbecue once served the Beatles. Now it needs $15,000 to remain open.

Harlem »

National Dance Institute Opens New Harlem Space

The new facility on West 147th Street gives the 35-year-old institute a permanent home.

Harlem »

DOT Studying Changes to Dangerous Harlem Boulevard

The agency is considering left turn signals and concrete median extensions to slow traffic on the dangerous Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.

Harlem »

City's First Complex with Public and Affordable Housing in the Works

NYCHA and HPD have issued a request for proposals for rehabilitating the 36 tenement buildings in the Randolph Houses.

Harlem »

New Harlem Children's Clothing Boutique to Offer Etiquette and Yoga Classes

Tirzah Brown says her new children's store "You, Me, 'N Dupri" is meant to bring "downtown uptown."

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