The historic neighborhood does not have its share of historic designations, advocates say.
The liquor store on Lenox Avenue and 119th Street removed its neon sign and bulletproof plexiglass.
A $325,000 grant will allow non-English speakers from Harlem and Washington Heights seeking literacy and other skills to access services.
A plan is in the works to preserve 'Franco the Great's' murals East on 125th Street by moving them.
W. Franc Perry is taking a two-month sabbatical from his post.
New buildings would mean the end of a basketball court on West 116th Street between Lenox and Fifth avenues.
A plan would save the murals artist "Franco the Great" painted on security gates along Harlem's main street.
Franco the Great says he fears zoning changes will force his painted gates to be replaced.
A proposed apartment building could rise on the site of a basketball court on West 117th Street near Fifth Ave.
The developers of P.S. 90 and Kalahari are building 195 new residential units in Central Harlem.
With the country's highest child asthma rates, Harlem schools should be the first to stop using dirty oil, CB 10 said.
A larger historic district would offer more protection to old buildings, but some fear it would bring more headaches.
Officials said they had made great efforts to address the concerns of tenants upset about the planned charter school.
Inspired by actress Chloë Sevigny, DNAinfo compiled a list of celebs that should be on community boards.
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