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As Need Grows and Donations Wane, Food Pantries Work Smarter

As Need Grows and Donations Wane, Food Pantries Work Smarter

Food pantries find creative ways to serve more needy during the recession.

Columbia University Loses Key Court Battle for Eminent Domain

Columbia University Loses Key Court Battle for Eminent Domain

Columbia University lost a major court decision, blocking planned expansion into Manhattanville.

Harlem Hellfighters March In New York Veterans Day Parade

Harlem Hellfighters March In New York Veterans Day Parade

The Harlem Hellfighters of the 369th Sustainment Brigade march in the New York Veterans Day Parade.

Restructured Harlem Hellfighters Continue Distinguished Military Tradition

Restructured Harlem Hellfighters Continue Distinguished Military Tradition

The 369th Sustainment Brigade continues a distinguished military tradition in Harlem.

Rodriguez Wins Big In 10th District Race

Rodriguez Wins Big In 10th District Race

After a big primary win, Ydanis Rodriguez cruised to victory on election day in the 10th Disctrict City Council race.

Uptowners Back Thompson, But Bloomberg Narrowly Wins Third Term

Uptowners Back Thompson, But Bloomberg Narrowly Wins Third Term

Uptowners largely backed Bill Thompson in the mayoral race, while Michael Bloomberg narrowly won a third term.

Jets of Harlem Wallop Early Season Opposition

Jets of Harlem Wallop Early Season Opposition

The Jets of Harlem are dominating Big Apple Youth Football early in the season.

Remembering: Glenn Wright, East Harlem Robotics Champion

Remembering: Glenn Wright, East Harlem Robotics Champion

In November, the East Harlem Tutorial Program will announce a college scholarship to honor Glenn Wright, a promising East Harlem student, artist, mentor and robot designer who was stabbed to death on the Lower East Side in September.

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