Students whose Queens neighborhood is still recovering from Superstorm Sandy got an early holiday present: a visit with Santa Claus.
Author: Sierra Leone
The HEARTS (Healing Emotions and Achieving Resilience to Traumatic Stress) program teaches healthcare professionals to better communicate with trauma victims.
Some elected officials are calling for an online database that would track the use of Sandy relief funds in the city.
A new exhibition, “A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Catwalk,” pays homage to the contributions of LGBT individuals to fashion.
Children with diabetes gave up their Halloween sweets for toys at the 14th annual “Candy Trade-In Party.”
The New York Blood Center is putting out a new call for donations.
Former state Chief Judge Judith Kaye and the New York City School-Justice Partnership Task Force produced a report called, “Keeping Kids in School and Out of Court.”
Advocates for wheelchair-accessible cabs flocked to Manhattan Federal Court to support a lawsuit against the city’s “Taxi of Tomorrow.”