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IS 230 cuts ribbon on annex

Councilman Danny Dromm (D-Jackson Heights), center, cut the ribbon on the newest middle school annex in Jackson Heights on Oct. 9.The addition to IS 230 on 74th Street and 34th Avenu… 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 … Comments (2)

Feeding the needy, with charity to all

Gone are the days when soup kitchens were located primarily in lower-income neighborhoods, served only soup and, perhaps, a piece of bread, and conjured images of the Great Depression, with… Comments (0)

Queens' first Planned Parenthood facility breaks ground

 This morning elected officials, women's rights activists and Planned Parenthood representatives gathered on the second floor of an empty warehouse to celebrate the second phase of construc… 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 … Comments (0)