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Volunteer police officers rob deliveryman, abandon him in handcuffs: NYPD

EAST HARLEM, N.Y. (PIX11) – A pair of volunteer police officers are accused of attacking a delivery man inside a Manhattan apartment then abandoning him handcuffed in a stairwell after they allegedly stole his food, wallet and cellphone, NYPD said Wednesday. 335 more words


NYPD: 20-year-old man found shot to the stomach in East Harlem

EAST HARLEM, Manhattan (PIX11)– A 20-year-old man was found with gun wounds to his stomach outside an East Harlem building Tuesday night, according to the NYPD. 41 more words


NYPD Auxiliary Officers Accused Of Handcuffing, Robbing Food Deliveryman In East Harlem

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Two NYPD auxiliary police officers have been arrested and charged with handcuffing a food deliveryman and robbing him in an East Harlem apartment building. 261 more words


Man shot and killed inside East Harlem public housing complex

EAST HARLEM (PIX11)– A man was shot and killed inside an East Harlem housing development  early Monday, according to the NYPD. Police say the shooting occurred shortly after midnight inside a hallway at one of the Jefferson Houses on 2055 3rd Avenue. 91 more words


El Barrio Youth Marqueta Provides Troubled Youth With Jobs and Hopes for a Better Future

Originally published on September 18, 2014

Rumbling echoes of the subway surround the air, as customers from East Harlem and the surrounding neighborhoods swarm to four, wood-paneled fruit and vegetable stands underneath the Park Avenue elevated trains. 593 more words

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East Harlem Locals and Activists Protest Luxury Tower Development Plan

Originally published on August 28, 2014

On Thursday evening, August 28th, approximately 80 East Harlem community members and activists gathered on the sidewalk of E. 118th Street and Pleasant Avenue to protest the recent plans of Blumenfeld Development Group and Forest City Ratner Companies to develop luxury towers atop the East River Plaza Mall. 491 more words

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An Influx of Central American Migrant Youth Raises Budgetary Concerns for New York State Funded Organizations

Originally published on September 16, 2014

An increasing number of migrant youth from Central America enter the United States each year in search of their parents, relatives, and a safer living environment. 820 more words

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