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What the floods looked like in Queens

As the flood waters rushed through Hamilton Beach and Old Howard Beach, residents took to social media to express their frustrations with the onslaught of water.Many residents found their basements flooded or their vehicles destroyed. Comments (0)

Pan Am shelter deal finally registered

Fourth time’s the charm.City Comptroller Scott Stringer has signed off on the 30-month, $23.8 million deal between the Department of Homeless Services and Samaritan Village to operate the Boulevard Family Residence at 79-00 Queens B… Comments (0)

Feds investigating Sanders complaint

A source close to state Sen. James Sanders Jr. (D-South Ozone Park) has confirmed that he was interviewed by the FBI in recent weeks regarding the senator’s allocation of discretionary city funding when he was a councilman.The infor… Comments (0)

YMCA is still planned for Flushing Commons

The Flushing YMCA has reaffirmed its intention to be part of Flushing Commons, downplaying any suggestion that it might be wavering on the project.The YMCA has been long considered to be a prominent part of the 1.8 million-square-fo… Comments (0)

Waterfront streetcars are a hit — in concept

Even the most ardent supporters of a proposed streetcar system say it could take three or more years to even begin construction.But that is not dampening their enthusiasm for a planned 16-mile route between the Astoria-Long Island C… Comments (0)

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One world, many lives — and you’re in control

Only a dozen yards from the foot of a waterfall, a foreboding desert bears few signs of life. But, with a few flicks of the wrist, a stand of cacti takes root.The “Connected Worlds” permanent exhibit at the New York Hall of Science … Comments (0)