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Ambulance corps to shut down: civic

The Woodhaven-Richmond Hill Volunteer Ambulance Corps is planning to shut down its operations almost two years after its next-door neighbor’s building collapsed, according to area civic leaders.Martin Colberg, president of the Woodh… Comments (0)

Katz covers the concerns of Queens

Two days ahead of her first State of the Borough address, set for 10 a.m. today, Jan. 22, Borough President Melinda Katz took questions on some of the key issues facing Queens from community and ethnic news outlets Tuesday afternoon. Comments (0)

Malcolm X’s daughter speaks at Merrick

“There could not have been a Gregory Meeks if there wasn’t a Malcolm X,” the congressman who represents Southeast Queens on Capitol Hill said.Rep. Greg Meeks (D-Queens, Nassau) was looking directly at Ilyasah Shabazz, a daughter of … Comments (0)

Gaelic teams get College Point home

The Shannon Gaels Gaelic Athletic Association Club will officially be getting a home of its own in College Point this spring with the construction of a $1.7 million training field in Frank Golden Park.Community Board 7 voted unanimo… Comments (0)

Queens top boro for illegal immigrants

A new report by the Migration Policy Institute found that New York City is home to more than a half-million undocumented immigrants, with the largest concentration of that population living in Queens.“I think that Queens, to many pe… Comments (3)

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Painter brings the woods back to Woodside

It’s winter. The trees are stark and ghost-like — and that’s just the art.At first, the idea of large paintings depicting black-and-white woodlands in a season when most New Yorkers fantasize about the tropics isn’t so appealing. Comments (0)