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DOT may change City Line pedestrian plaza

Changes may be in store for the controversial pedestrian plaza that was constructed last fall in City Line.Community Board 9 entertained the issue on Tuesday night in Richmond Hill after holding a town hall meeting in August at Boro… Comments (0)

Miraculous Medal to house homeless?

The proposed 125-family homeless residence in Glendale might not be the only place a mother down on her luck can go to seek shelter in west-central Queens in the coming months.There are plans to turn the Our Lady of the Miraculous M… Comments (0)

Baby killer pleads to manslaughter

In the end, Miguel Mejia-Ramos apparently could not bring himself to face a jury, and the man who killed his wife and baby daughters in a rage last January will meekly go off to prison for 45 years when sentenced next month.Mejia-Ra… Comments (0)

New speed cameras anger motorists

Trying to reduce accidents using speed cameras near schools may be a good thing, but some Queens residents are questioning the city’s motivation and particular locations they say have been made less safe.When school opened last mont… Comments (2)

Queens leaders share ‘coming out’ stories

Coming out of the closet has been described as one of the hardest things a person can do, especially someone who comes to the realization of his or her sexual orientation later in life.In accordance with National Coming Out Day — a … Comments (0)

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A beautiful mistake takes root in Flushing

On the third floor of a commercial building in Flushing sits an artistic oasis waiting to be discovered.The newly opened Hwang Gallery has the sleek look of a seasoned art space, but offers an opportunity few galleries in the area h… Comments (0)