To help fight an increase in wage theft, city funding will be used to finance support centers for workers, El Diario reports.
At a Sunset Park auto repair shop, a group of Puerto Rican friends bring old cars to their former glory, El Diario reports.
St. Roch parishioners are fighting to keep the church open until the Vatican makes a decision on their appeal, El Diario reports.
The Loiza Festival was held in El Barrio July 24-26.
El Diario takes a look at a history of tenacity and determination, even through hard times.
New York politicians and activists are urging the U.S. government to act in the Puerto Rico debt crisis, El Diario reports.
Although the FDA announced a ban on cilantro imported from the state of Puebla, Mexico, some New York Mexican restaurants still use it, Diario de México reports.
Three national parades – of the Dominican, Peruvian and Colombian communities – took place last weekend in the tri-state area, El Diario reports.
Restaurants prepare for a Department of Health rule requiring that raw fish be frozen for at least 15 hours before it is used, El Diario reports.
Washington Heights merchants ask the city to approve the Small Business Jobs Survival Act, El Diario reports.
El Diario interviews Félix Valenzuela, who was attacked by two white men in Williamsburg in an assault that is being investigated as a hate crime.
Experts worry about the flight of human capital from the island due to the economic crisis, El Diario reports.
Both inside and outside of the fast food industry, employees hope that the Fast Food Wage Board will recommend a raise, El Diario reports.
Eleven Brooklyn workers told El Diario how they were able to recoup over $60,000 in stolen wages despite lacking legal status.
Dozens of Puerto Ricans demonstrated on Monday in front of the Citigroup offices in Manhattan as the island’s authorities met with their creditors, El Diario reports.