• July 31, 2014
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DiNapoli: Rockaway rail a good investment

In a report released last week, state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli said the reactivation of the Rockaway Beach LIRR is not only feasible, but a good investment for the financially-shaky Metropolitan Transit Authority.The document allege… Comments (0)

Businesses vacating Rego Park block

When the famed Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant at 62-92 Woodhaven Blvd. closed its door on March 2 after six decades, the futures of the six small businesses occupying the same block were left uncertain.Almost five months later, metal… Comments (0)

Sandy victims seek faster help from city

More than 1,000 people, many of them victims of Hurricane Sandy, attended a meeting Tuesday night between city officials and more than a score of clergy with one demand — to make them whole again.Faith in New York sponsored what it … Comments (0)

Vandals damage NY State Pavilion

Just as the New York State Pavilion seems to be getting a new lease on life, vandals broke into the 50-year-old World’s Fair icon recently, causing minor damage to the facility.John Piro, who heads the volunteer painting project at … Comments (0)

BID slammed by local business owners

Despite promises of reduced crime and a friendlier atmosphere, many Jackson Heights business owners and residents simply do not want the Jackson Heights-Corona Business Improvement District in their neighborhood.In a town hall inten… Comments (0)

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LIC food tour is deliciously informative

Food tours are a difficult thing to pull off. For starters there’s the task of distinguishing a single tour from the dozens going on each weekend, but that is a struggle any starting business experiences.The unique problem food tour… Comments (0)