New York’s attorney general has obtained a judgment against a Harlem pizzeria owner for underpaying hundreds of delivery workers at five restaurants.
Looking for a new place to meet up with friends and unwind? Head uptown to Harlem and grab a seat at Mess Hall, the new neighborhood bar that’s serving up American craft beer, bourbon, and cocktails in the comforts of what feels like your cozy living room.
Shortly after Malcolm X broke off from the group and turned his back on what it stood for, members of the Nation of Islam gunned him down in the Audubon Ballroom in 1965.
The man attacked the officer as she walked out of the shop, punched and kicked her, causing an eye laceration and bruises to her head, according to police. He then took off.
More than 2,200 people gathered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in Prospect Heights to remember the life, legacy and message of Dr. King.
Police on Thursday were searching for two suspects in the robbery of six delivery trucks in Upper Manhattan and the Bronx over the past month.
NYPD officers arrested a man on Tuesday who allegedly talked about “how easy it would be to shoot a police officer” while holding his iPhone like a gun and pretended to shoot as a squad car went by.
The city’s tourism agency, NYC & Company, released a short documentary Wednesday that spotlights the northern Manhattan neighborhood’s restaurants, music venues and theaters.
When police arrived they reportedly found the child, Deon McNeil, battered and bleeding in his brother’s arms.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a man who allegedly tried to strike up a conversation with an uninterested woman, and then grabbed her buttocks, aboard two different subway trains heading from Harlem to the Bronx.
What would you do if the city issued you a violation for something you believe was the city’s fault?
The couple crossed the memorial plaza in pouring rain and wind, William holding an umbrella.
You may not automatically think of Harlem as a “foodie” neighborhood but it’s proving to become just that.
The building at 139th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard broke out in flames at around 9:15 a.m.
There were 48,000 applicants for the 124 apartments — about one-fifth of them set aside for the formerly homeless.