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You have seen your neighbors in action in our neighborhood – running events, beautifying spaces, walking PAC-TAC, welcoming newcomers, extending helping hands. Now is the time to let them know […]
As you stand at the corner of Troup Street and Livingston Park, it is hard to imagine that Troup Street was a small foot trail used by the Indigenous tribes […]
The neighborhood needs you! Now is the time to consider serving Corn Hill in this important capacity. Learn more about the Board of Directors Expectations. Neighbors……Have you ever considered running […]
Eddie James “Son” House was born in the winter of 1902 in a hamlet, of Lyon near Clarksdale Mississippi. His father was a musician and occasionally he and his two […]
In 1827, a few African Americans met in a schoolhouse on Ford Street and organized a Methodist society in connection with another church named Zion. In 1836, incorporation was affected […]
During the mid-1990s, The Memorial A.M.E Zion Church, under the leadership of Reverend Errol E. Hunt, saw the need for low-income housing and affordable apartments. Utilizing New York State […]