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Underpass in the dark for two weeks

An underpass in Howard Beach has been left in the dark for a little more than two weeks and one activist is frustrated with the Department of Transportation’s slow response to requests for temporary lighting at the site.“It’s very a… Comments (0)

Donations sought for landmark’s restoration

Cracks in the bricks. Stained concrete. Water damage. The former Elks Lodge building at 82-10 Queens Blvd. in Elmhurst is in desperate need of exterior repairs.That’s according to Redd Sevilla, the executive director of the New Life… Comments (0)

Old habits are new again for Sen. Comrie

With the opening of the new session of the state Senate on Jan. 7, state Sen. Leroy Comrie (D-Hollis) was back doing what he loved in the City Council, and admittedly missed in his brief term as deputy Queens Borough president — the people… Comments (1)

Katz excited about future of Queens

On her 387th day in office, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz delivered her first State of the Borough speech, listing accomplishments that she spoke of with pride, and future goals that she addressed with a mixture of hope and determi… Comments (0)

Residents urge a revamped Bruson

Residents eager to help decide the fate of the reconstructed Bruson Building crowded into the Jewish Center of Jackson Heights Thursday evening, causing the town hall’s organizers to add extra chairs and bump out the back wall to make room… Comments (1)

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