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Pols call for more aid to Sandy vics

On the second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, elected officials in South Queens said they were happy to see the city’s Build it Back program making progress, but added that work still needs to be done to return people to their homes. Comments (0)

Girl killed at Briarwood shelter, mother charged

For the second time in a little more than a week, a young child allegedly has been murdered in a New York City homeless shelter.Latoya Curry, a resident of the Briarwood Family Residence at 80-20 134 St., was arraigned Saturday on c… Comments (0)

Avenue ax attack: Terror suspect was full of hate

Jamaica residents learned the hard way last Thursday that terrorism isn’t just the practice of international organizations such as al-Qaeda and ISIS.A hatchet-wielding man brutally attacked four rookie police officers as they posed … Comments (0)

Street spam issue heats up in Bayside

Street spam is all over Northern Queens and there’s nothing appetizing about it.Also known as vertical litter, street spam is illegal signs glued to utility poles, bridges and other public areas. Assemblyman Ed Braunstein (D-Bayside… Comments (0)

Citi Bike to finally come to Queens

After more than a year of setbacks and financial woes, the Department of Transportation, Alta Bicycle Share and Citi announced what residents in Western Queens have been waiting years for — the Citi Bike program is being expanded into Upto… Comments (0)

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