102nd Precinct’s ‘Night Out’ in Forest Park features food, games
Members of the Sikh Cultural Center in Richmond Hill brought a flavor of their culture to the 102nd Precinct’s Night Out Against Crime, serving authentic Indian cuisine alongside the trademark American summer food — hot dogs.
Ed Wendell, President of the Woodhaven Residents’ Block Association with Carol Lacks of the Kew Gardens Improvement Association.
Assemblyman Mike Simanowitz, left, with 102nd Precinct Community Council President Lachman Budhai.
The Bayside Business Improvement District welcomed Santa Claus and the holiday lights to Bel…
Elected officials, area clergymen and dozens of onlookers gathered on Sunday night to watch …
South Ozone Park house brings holiday cheer to neighbors, passersby