Harlem After School Programs and PSAL Cancelled Today

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Due to anticipated inclement weather conditions, after school programs and PSAL activities are cancelled today, Tuesday, January 21, 2014.  Continue Reading →

Con Ed Agrees To Two-Year Rate Freeze

Con Ed in harlem 126th streetIn year-end good news for the borough’s Consolidated Edison residential customers, a two-year electric delivery rate freeze, and a three-year gas and steam distribution rate freeze from Harlem to East Hampton, is set to go into effect Jan. 1, pending state Public Service Commission approval. Continue Reading →

Gov Cuomo’s Tips To Prevent Identity Theft

Prevent Identity TheftGovernor Andrew M. Cuomo today issued a consumer alert to urge Harlemites and New Yorkers to protect themselves against identity theft during the busy holiday shopping season when that risk is especially high. Continue Reading →

14 Schools In Harlem Revitalized On New York Cares Day

New York Cares will send 7,000 volunteers across the city to revitalize public schools on New York Cares Day, Saturday, October 15, 2011. Now in its 20th year, this citywide day of volunteering will revitalize 111 schools across the five boroughs. This year, volunteers will spruce up 23 schools in Manhattan (14 in Harlem) including P.S. 50 M-Vito Marcantonio in East Harlem where New Yorkers will touch-up the school’s main entrance, paint a large welcome mural and an early childhood mural, and re-paint the dance room.

“There’s still time for Manhattanites to grab a paint brush and join us for New York Cares Day,” said Gary Bagley, Executive Director of New York Cares. “We’re proud that for 20 years, our volunteers have helped the city provide vibrant and inspiring learning environments for students in every borough.” Continue Reading →