When describing the path his life has taken, Michael Blake humbly refers to the words of his mother who remarked that the family had gone “from no house to the White House.” Continue Reading →
New Heritage in partnership with Community Works NYC is privileged to be a part of the American Museum of Natural History’s annual Kwanzaa celebration. Continue Reading →
More than a hundred firefighters battled a huge fire in Harlem Friday evening. The fire started in an apartment on the fifth floor of a six-story building on West 112th Street near St. Nicholas Avenue.
This is not a true representation of the NYPD And NYFD, but a fight at a hockey game? No big deal. A fight breaking out at a CHARITY hockey game between policemen and firemen? Continue Reading →
Harlem Writers Guild member Eartha Watts-Hicks writes that something strange occurring in my neighborhood. Continue Reading →
Officials are expected to determine today whether a bank gutted by fire in Morningside Heights on Saturday will have to be demolished. Continue Reading →
Last night at around 7:45 p.m., a huge fire broke out in a Harlem hair salon on West 145th Street and then spread to neighboring buildings. The fire grew to five alarms and it took more than 150 firefighters to battle the blaze. Continue Reading →
City fire marshals are still looking into what sparked a fire that tore through a grocery store in Harlem late Sunday night. Continue Reading →