The all-women swim caters to the neighborhood's Hasidic Jewish population.
A "Courtroom on Wheels" will be rolling into Harlem offering pro bono legal help.
DDG needs to resubmit plans for its luxury condo tower, city officials say.
Andrew Jackson, who is also known as Sekou Molefi Baako, served in the United States Air Force.
Deputy Chief Michael Harrington becomes the third high-ranking official to jump ship this week.
Eight landlords own the 12 properties in the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.
The NYCLU filed a complaint against the NYPD with the Human Rights Commission Thursday.
Oliver Rosenberg says a Nadler ally offered to raise money for him if he dropped out of the race.
The city will inspect all its property located under elevated tracks.
Police will now have discretion on how they deal with issues such as public urination.
Harlem is one of the communities hardest hit by summer camp cuts, advocates say.
The bill calls for the creation of a public database showing all properties with deed restrictions.
Rep. Grace Meng met with a NASA researcher who is finding ways to limit airplane noise.
Deputy Chief David Colon became highest ranking police official to quit since probe began.
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