Morningside Heights has seen its fair share of labor issues over the past year, and more contract negotiations are expected throughout the academic year.
NEWS: Morningside Heights
Welcome to Morningside Heights, the neighborhood that Columbia and Barnard call home.
A Columbia Public Safety officer is in critical condition at St. Luke’s Hospital after being hit by a car over the weekend.
Book Culture has rehired four store managers who were terminated after last week’s vote to unionize, store owners Chris Doeblin and Annie Hedrick announced on Thursday.
The former employees said that store co-owners Chris Doeblin and Annie Hedrick illegally fired them after they participated in votes to join the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The 111th Street Citibank destroyed by a fire in January will move into the former Village Copier store at 112th Street and Broadway in August—but only temporarily.
Tensions continue to mount between local preservationists and cathedral administrators over the controversial residential development planned on the grounds of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine.
The former St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital staff housing building on 113th Street and Amsterdam Avenue will reopen on June 1 as a luxury rentals building after a two-year renovation by Stonehenge Partners.
A week after workers started clearing the north plot of the cathedral's campus, federal, state, and city officials joined local activists on Saturday morning to protest the development.
Police urged Morningside Heights residents and students to help them prevent grand larcenies and identity theft in the neighborhood—the two biggest problems in the 26th Precinct.