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Build it Back program shows some progress

Build it Back has been circulating some updated numbers on its progress in South Queens, and although it has been slow, the program seems to actually be moving forward with the reconstruction of hundreds of homes damaged in Hurricane Sandy… Comments (0)

Anti-homeless shelter group to sue the city

The residents of Glendale and Middle Village have stepped up their efforts to prevent the planned Cooper Avenue homeless shelter from coming to fruition.A group called the Glendale/Middle Village Coalition has formed this month, wit… Comments (0)

Protesters tell FAA to quiet the noise

“Enough is enough!” they chanted.Fed up with what many described as repeated aerial assaults on their quality of life, a crowd of Queens residents rallied in Cunningham Park Sunday against what they see as the Port Authority and Fed… Comments (0)

Liu concedes; he vows to be involved

Saying he had “fallen just short in the voting booth,” John Liu conceded the 11th District State Senate race to incumbent Tony Avella on Tuesday morning.In a letter to his supporters, Liu, a former city councilman and comptroller, s… Comments (0)

Protesters tell FAA to quiet the noise

“Enough is enough!” they chanted.Fed up with what many described as repeated aerial assaults on their quality of life, a crowd of Queens residents rallied in Cunningham Park Sunday against what they see as the Port Authority and Fed… Comments (0)

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Eat at Queens restaurants all week long

As the leaves change color and the warm summer wind turns into a cool autumn breeze, restaurants around the borough are draping crisp white table cloths and lighting votive candles in preparation for restaurant season.“During New Yo… Comments (0)