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Metal pilings lining the beach in Belle Harbor and Neponsit will be part of a new baffle wall to protect the shoreline from ocean surge during storms.
Museum of the Moving Image board members and staff, Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, third from left, Mayor Bloomberg, members of the Henson family and other guests celebrate the planned Jim Henson gallery.
The late Jim Henson with a few of his creations, on a video clip.
Thousands of cars and trucks pass through the interchange every day and once construction is completed in 2017, the state DOT is confident that traffic flow and accessability to the hub will improve.
State Sen. Jose Peralta, left, former Councilwoman Melinda Katz, former Deputy Borough President Barry Grodenchik and Councilman Leroy Comrie in Howard Beach last week.
Dr. Gonzalo Vazquez-Casals warns bike riders to take steps to protect your head.
Even though a revision to the City Charter in 1990 reduced the borough president position to a largely ceremonial one with a limited advisory role, there are no lack of candidates for the job in Queens.
Four of the six hopefuls came to the Old Mill Yacht Club in Howard Beach last Thursday during a forum hosted by the South Queens Democratic Club, to outline their visions for Queens in the first public forum for beep candidates in South Queens so far.
Longtime Queens Chronicle sales manager Dave Abramowitz retired Feb. 28 after 29 years at the Queens Chronicle.
While circulation and program attendance have ballooned over the last decade, purse strings have tightened.
Queens enjoys the highest funding per capita in the city, but still falls short of its users’ needs.