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Uptowners Witness Crime Rates Falling

Uptowners Witness Crime Rates Falling

Uptowners prove to be more perceptive than the average American in assessing crime rates.

Local Nursing Home Braces for Budget Cuts

Local Nursing Home Braces for Budget Cuts

Greater Harlem Nursing Home fears its quality of care will suffer from proposed Medicare and Medicaid reductions.

Without Enough Public Money or Private Donors, Uptown Parks Suffer

Without Enough Public Money or Private Donors, Uptown Parks Suffer

Uptown parks are more likely to be in poor condition compared to their downtown counterparts, city statistics show.

P.S. 123 Parents Feel Bullied by Harlem Success Academy

P.S. 123 Parents Feel Bullied by Harlem Success Academy

As the charter school’s enrollment grew this year, so did the tension between it and P.S. 123.

Do School Lunches Make the Grade?

Do School Lunches Make the Grade?

Financial and logistical problems make it hard to provide students with healthy food every day.

Third Time’s the Charm? Abandoned P.S. 186 Inches Toward Restoration

Third Time’s the Charm? Abandoned P.S. 186 Inches Toward Restoration

The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem received a $100,000 loan to plan renovations for roofless P.S. 186.

MTA Designs City’s Greenest Bus Depot

MTA Designs City’s Greenest Bus Depot

Under the watchful eye of a community task force, the MTA is preparing to build the city’s greenest bus depot in Harlem.

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