Wednesday, July 27, 2011


TCI...The College of Technology Opens College Site in Harlem at St. Luke ...
PR Newswire (press release)
"College will be more readily accessible to Harlem community residents without the limitations of having to travel because of their time restrictions, job demands, disabilities or family constraints," said Dr. John J. McGrath, CEO of TCI College. ...
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Sewage Spills Common in Area Waterways, Environmental Advocates Say
WNYC (blog)
By Stephen Nessen The Harlem sewage wastewater treatment plant dumped 200 million gallons of sewage into the Hudson last week — and over the course of a year, 30 billion gallons of combined rain and sewage overflow is released into the New York harbor ...
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Harlem Schools' Different Paths
COM - For the past three years, Democracy Prep and MS 344 have shared space in a school building on West 134th Street in Harlem. Since they started, the schools have diverged along different paths. Democracy Prep has consistently earned high marks from ...
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NYC officials close beaches because of dirty water
Last Wednesday, the North River Wastewater Treatment Plant in Harlem was destroyed by fire, causing the city to dump millions of gallons of raw sewage into the Hudson. The spill, which was caused in the plant's engine room, has stopped discharging ...
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Join Camp Xtreme on a Harlem History Tour in NYC
Montgomery County OIC's Camp Xtreme will be taking a bus trip to Harlem Friday, and you're invited. By James Myers Street art at 116th Street, Harlem, New York City. Paul Lowry Montgomery County Opportunities-Industrialization Center's (OIC) Camp ...
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New Boss Looks to Revive Harlem Hospital
Denise Soares, the new Executive Director of Harlem Hospital outside its new addition, scheduled to open in August 2012. (DNAinfo/Jeff Mays) HARLEM—By the time she saw the thick black smoke rising from the Hudson River, Denise Soares, the new ...
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Building blocks: Creating a video map of the city with MyBlockNYC at MoMA
New York Daily News
A search of 137th Street between 7th and 8th Aves. In Harlem pulls up his clip of a 1995 Harlem riot after a resident was shot. "My work can be too 'real' for YouTube, but \[MyBlockNYC\] has the same vision that I have," he says. ...
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New York Daily News
Recovering US job market is leaving black men behind
Christian Science Monitor
Reginald Barnville asks a question during a computer class at STRIVE, a job-training center in East Harlem, New York. By Ron Scherer, Staff writer / July 26, 2011 The jobs landscape is bleak for any unemployed American, but for black men it's virtually ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Man arrested after arranged fight between the mother of his child, girlfriend
By Ashley Rueff TribLocal reporter Today at 6:19 am A 24-year-old Richton Park man was arrested at Route 30 and Harlem Avenue at 10:40 PM July 19 for domestic battery after allegedly pushing the 21-year-old mother of his child during an arranged fight ...
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Manhattan BP Scott Stringer's Hy-pork-racy
New York Daily News (blog)
Officials at Harlem United - an AIDS treatment organization that applied for a $45000 grant from Stringer's office this year - have collectively given the borough president $1250 since 2008. That includes four officials - the CEO, two vice presidents ...
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Manchester United Goes To Harlem To Train FC Harlem ...
By dunny
FC Harlem got a taste of what it is like to train like Rooney, Chicharito and Giggs as Manchester United Soccer School spent the day with them.
Butcher Shop Definitely Coming to Harlem, Probably to Murray Hill ...
By Hugh Merwin
The new wave of butchers are opening their own shops.
Grub Street New York
Harlem Children's Zone Revealed With Perplexing Red Windowbox ...
By Kelsey Keith
New Harlem Children's Zone rendering by John Ciardullo Architects [Via Harlem + Bespoke.] The Harlem Children's Zone broke ground in April, but the first renderings for the future charter...
Curbed NY

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