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Monday 12/09/2019
Sexual assault by Bayside bishop — DA
Updated: December 09, 2019 - 4:26 pm

A Bayside Bishop was charged with, and allegedly admitted to, predatory assault of a child congregant over the course of three years.

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Teen in fare evasion indicted for murder
Updated: December 09, 2019 - 4:23 pm

A Long Island City teenager arrested last March for subway fare evasion has been indicted by a Queens grand jury for second-degree murder in a 2018 shooting death in LIC’s Ravenswood Houses.

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Subway delays mar Monday morning rush
Posted: December 09, 2019

Thousands of subway riders faced extensive delays throughout the city Monday morning in part to signal problems and other malfunctions. 

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Friday 12/06/2019
PS/MS 146 Making a difference during the Holiday season
Posted: December 06, 2019

Over two weeks just prior to Thanksgiving, the students at PS/MS 146Q in Howard Beach held a sock drive and pajama drive.

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Five things to do in Queens this weekend! Dec. 6-8
Updated: December 06, 2019 - 12:16 pm

Here we are in a compressed holiday season, with the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas as tight as can be. At least Chanukah starts relatively late this year! But as you scramble with gift buying, party planning and whatever else, there are as always plenty of events in Queens whose hosts hope you might attend! Here’s our weekly list of just five you might consider, with many more posted in both What’s Happening — our Community Calendar and our reader-generated Online Calendar.

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Plaxall joins LIC waterfront planning effort
Updated: December 09, 2019 - 4:29 pm

Plans to redevelop a key section of the Long Island City waterfront just got a major boost when the largest landowner in the targeted area, the Plaxall company, joined in a preparatory effort being undertaken by three other firms at the behest of the City Council.

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Thursday 12/05/2019
Why you should get your annual flu shot
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:29 pm

When it comes to getting a flu shot, Dr. Bruce Hirsch, who specializes in infectious diseases at Northwell Health, acknowledges “Getting a shot is uncomfortable, inconvenient and unpleasant. But getting the flu is very inconvenient, very uncomfortable and occasionally can lead to making other health conditions worse.”

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Fun in the sun winter escapes
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:39 pm

The arrival of December means cold temperatures and snowy days. If you’re looking for some fun in the sun escapes to break up the dreariness, here are some ideas. Queens’ hometown airline, JetBlue, flies to all these places.

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Criminal justice laws soon to arrive
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:01 pm

The sweeping bail and discovery criminal justice reform laws are less than a month away from being enacted, but the debate over their impact continues.

Acting Queens County District Attorney John Ryan opposes the laws, while DA-elect Melinda Katz, who will take office Jan. 1, the same day they will be implemented, supports them.

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Biz owner: ‘The fight’s not over yet’
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:37 pm

In July 2018, the Long Island Rail Road reversed itself and announced that the Lefferts Boulevard bridge in Kew Gardens would be repaired rather than torn down, saving the businesses on it.

“My customers come back and go, ‘Oh, I’m sure you’re so relieved that everything is taken care of,’” Thyme Natural Market owner Nathalie Reid told the Chronicle Tuesday.

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Spirit of Valentina lives this holiday
Posted: December 05, 2019

This Christmas will be the fifth without Valentina Marie Allen, the Howard Beach toddler who won the heart of a neighborhood with her battle to overcome a rare birth defect.

The extraordinary 2-year-old died in May 2015 after a number of surgeries at a Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to repair her defective heart.

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Study: MidVille has dog crap problem
Posted: December 05, 2019

S--t happens, but it seems to be prevalent in Middle Village and Maspeth.

That’s according to a Renthop.com study released in November. Middle Village is the dirtiest neighborhood in the entire city when it comes to dog poop. Maspeth is the third dirtiest.

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Pols urge an enviro-friendly bus depot
Posted: December 05, 2019

Now that the long-sought reconstruction of the old Jamaica Bus Depot is nearing realization, elected officials from the surrounding neighborhoods and from areas served by buses from the terminal are asking the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to adopt what they see as the most environmentally friendly of three proposed construction options.

In a letter “expressing our disappointment” to MTA Chairman and CEO Pat Foye and NYC Transit President Andy Byford dated Nov. 22, 18 elected officials requested that the MTA pay the extra money to go with “Candidate Alternative D,” which would house the highest number of buses on-site and do so in enclosed parking facilities.

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Grand larceny is a problem in the 107
Posted: December 05, 2019

While crime in the 107th Precinct decreased from October to November, it is still up from last year, especially in the case of grand larcenies.

“The single-biggest point would be to just lock your car doors,” Deputy Inspector Scott Henry, commanding officer of the 107th, told the Chronicle. “About 65 percent of our grand larcenies from a vehicle, the method of entry into the vehicle is an unlocked door.”

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MTA waits years to vet its hires: study
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:02 pm

Justice may be blind, but the MTA has been looking the other way for years when it comes to hiring bus drivers and train operators.

A report issued Wednesday by the MTA inspector general found the agency waited up to a year before doing background checks on its new hires.

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Library puts disabled on a shelf, suit says
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:03 pm

A new chapter of controversy has started for the Queens Borough Public Library and its new Hunters Point branch, after a Queens woman and an advocacy group alleged the building makes it impossible for some individuals to access certain parts of the structure.

In a federal lawsuit filed against the QBPL, its trustees and the city, the Center for Independence of the Disabled-New York alleges the Hunters Point Library was “designed and built with a total disregard for adults and children with mobility disabilities and in flagrant contempt of the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.”

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Five injured during Onderdonk Avenue blaze
Posted: December 05, 2019

Five people were injured in a Ridgewood fire Nov. 26, according to the FDNY.

Authorities were called to 363 Onderdonk Ave. at 9:45 p.m., responding to the fire on the second floor of the three-story building. The blaze was deemed under control approximately 50 minutes later.

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DA releases list of cops with ‘issues’
Posted: December 05, 2019

Defense lawyers just call it “the list” — the shorthand name for a confidential database that prosecutors circulated among themselves containing the names of cops whose testimony has proved problematic in court.

Last week, the Queens District Attorney’s Office released the list, the result of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by Gothamist, a news website.

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111th cop honored after burglar catch
Updated: December 06, 2019 - 10:09 am

“Recently we have seen some crime spikes,” said Captain John Hall, commanding officer of the 111th Precinct. “We are going to have more crime this year than we had last year.”

Hall was speaking at Tuesday’s meeting of the 111th Precinct Community Council, at which he stated that while robberies are down in the area that includes Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck, Auburndale, Hollis Hills and Fresh Meadows, felony assault, burglaries and grand larcenies are up. Hall told the precinct council and community members that burglaries have been an issue for neighboring precincts as well. The 111th has seen them go up 22 percent since last year, but Hall expects the crime to decrease in the wake of recent arrests, including one that awarded Patrol Officer Edward Stein the precinct’s Cop of the Month award for November.

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House with two addresses illegal?
Posted: December 05, 2019

Ellen Russell raised concerns over a home in her neighborhood that has two addresses, a kitchen on the second floor and is being converted into a Buddhist temple.

“We had so many violations that we filed against the property,” Russell said during the public hearing portion of the Dec. 3 Community Board 7 meeting. “I handed in all the papers. I’m not sure what to do, but something’s wrong.”

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Outreach NYC: now recruiting family
Posted: December 05, 2019

Just 10 days after announcing Outreach NYC, the newest initiative to combat the city homelessness crisis, Mayor de Blasio revealed his plans to expand the program to friends and family of unsheltered New Yorkers.

“We are a compassionate City, and New Yorkers look out for one another,” de Blasio said at the Tuesday, Nov. 26, announcement. “With Outreach NYC, we are redoubling our efforts to bring our most vulnerable off the streets and into a pathway of lasting stability.”

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Join your neighbors at tree lightings
Posted: December 05, 2019

Rockefeller Center has nothing on the neighborhoods of South Queens when it comes to Christmas tree celebrations.

The trees in neighborhoods such as Woodhaven and Howard Beach may not be as big — but the lighting ceremonies are still among of the highlights of the season.

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Caught! Fugitive in child abuse case
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:05 pm

The Ozone Park homeless shelter resident wanted for skipping bail on charges of sexually assaulting a 3-year-old child in a Woodhaven laundromat is behind bars again.

After nearly a month on the run, Luis Olivo, 63, was arrested Sunday afternoon in Downtown Jamaica, police said.

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Steve Cohen negotiating for majority share of Mets
Updated: December 09, 2019 - 4:29 pm

Hedge fund manager Steve Cohen is negotiating with Sterling Partners, headed by Fred Wilpon and brother-in-law Saul Katz, to gain majority control of the Mets, the team announced Wednesday. As part of the agreement, Wilpon will remain as “control person” and CEO for five years and his son, Jeff, will remain as COO for five years.

Cohen, 63, who has been a minority investor in the team since 2012, will continue as CEO and president of Point72 Asset Management. His stake in the Mets will continue to be managed by his family office, Cohen Private Ventures.

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City admits it was late to sewer mess
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:17 pm

The city is vowing to clean up and repair the damage caused by a smelly sewage backup that flooded as many as 74 homes in South Ozone Park over the weekend.

Investigators from the Department of Environmental Protection still don’t know what caused the block in a sewage line under 150th Street at the Belt Parkway.

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Thursday 12/05/2019
Voices of feminism finally moving in
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:09 pm

After 16 years of waiting, the Center for the Women of New York will finally move its headquarters into a landmark Fort Totten building.

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Break on parking tix for trucks assailed
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Thousands of delivery trucks block bus and bike lanes throughout New York City each day. That’s a $115 traffic violation, but the delivery firms don’t have to pay the full amount. Now many elected officials want that to come to an end.

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Santa’s on his way!
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Hope you all had a very enjoyable Thanksgiving with family and friends. Immediately after Thanksgiving I think Christmas — and since the stores have had their decorations out for some time now, it really feels like the holidays are coming much faster. Did you happen to see the new holiday lights strung along Jamaica Avenue?

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Racist graffiti hits Lindenwood block
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Lindenwood woke up Thanksgiving morning to racist messages spray-painted onto fences, trees trunks and sidewalks — a disturbing attack that unsettled the neighborhood and sparked a major police investigation.

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Annual Turkey Trot scores thousands
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Flushing Meadows Corona Park continued to honor its Thanksgiving tradition by hosting the annual New York City Turkey Trot on Saturday, Nov. 30.

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Two for the price of one
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

From the “No Such Thing as a Routine Patrol” files, Sgt. Justin Dambiskas, top left, and Officer Zachary Subramany of the NYPD’s 113th Precinct conducted a motor vehicle stop of a suspected intoxicated driver last Wednesday morning.

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Thankful to be alive after knife stabbing
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

A woman and her daughter spent Thanksgiving at the hospital after falling victim to a knife attack.

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Reward for slashing suspect
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the indictment and conviction of the above suspect in a subway slashing on Nov. 14. The crime occurred on the steps of the Kew Gardens-Union Turnpike subway station in the NYPD’s 112th Precinct, police said, when a 19-year-old victim was slashed on his hand and arm.

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Friendsgiving dinner
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center celebrated Thanksgiving by inviting everyone in the community to its first “Friendsgiving” dinner last Tuesday.

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Liu witnesses swearing in
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:53 pm

State Sen. John Liu, second from left, attended the swearing in ceremony of New York Supreme Court Justice Phil Hom on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Exploring college hoops
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Members of the Youth Explorers Post at the NYPD’s 105th Precinct, top, and precinct Youth Officer Carlton Epps paid a visit to the Barclays Center on Nov. 26 to watch the Roman Legends Classic, a men’s college basketball tournament.

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Thanksgiving at PS 87
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:15 pm

The holidays came a day early to PS 87 as the Middle Village school held its first Thanksgiving parade on Nov. 27.

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Holidays with the NYPD
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:10 pm

Folks in the NYPD’s 113th Precinct spent the Thanksgiving holidays looking for people to do nice things for.

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Rangers win ... and reunite
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Reunited and it feels so good.

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Holidays on the Avenue Dec. 14
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Cultural Collaborative Jamaica will host its annual Holidays on the Avenue celebration on Saturday, Dec. 14.

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Drug burglar
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Police are searching for the above male in connection with a burglary in the 107th Precinct.

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We’re ready for your gift to kids in need
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

The Queens Chronicle’s Annual Toy Drive for needy children and young adults gets bigger just about every year, and we’re sure this holiday season will be no exception, thanks to the amazing generosity of you, our readers.

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Photo contest!
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 2:45 pm

The Queens Chronicle’s 12th annual Holiday Photo Contest is now underway — and you’re invited to join in!

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Celebrating small businesses
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

The Myrtle Avenue Business Improvement District kicked off Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30 at the 71st Avenue Plaza, hosting its annual event with pictures with Santa, live holiday music, face painting, balloons and other giveaways.

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NAACP annual dance Dec. 13
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

The NAACP Jamaica Branch will host its 65th annual Freedom Fund Dinner Dance from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 13 at Antun’s Catering Hall, located at 96-43 Springfield Blvd. in Queens Village.

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Site of 103rd Pct. meeting changed
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

The next community meeting of the 103rd Precinct Community Council on Dec. 10 will be switched to the Queens Central Library, located at 89-11 Merrick Blvd. on the lower level.

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Kim, donors gift 325 turkeys
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

Assemblyman Ron Kim teamed up with the New York East Chapter of the Asian Real Estate Association of America, Flushing Town Hall and Crystal Window and Door Systems to donate a record-breaking 325 Thanksgiving turkeys to Flushing residents on Tuesday, Nov. 26.

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South Jamaica tree lighting is on Dec. 21
Posted: December 05, 2019 - 10:30 am

The United Neighbors Civic Association of Jamaica, Inc., the SpringJam Civic Association and Gateway JFK will host their annual tree-lighting ceremonies from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21 in the Burger King parking lot at 154-05 Rockaway Blvd. in South Jamaica.

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Anderson points team in the right direction
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 2:43 pm

St. John’s head coach Mike Anderson was an assistant at Arkansas in the 1990s when the Razorbacks would unleash “40 minutes of hell” on opponents.

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Beware as pro-criminal law takes effect Jan. 1
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 1:30 pm

We are witnessing in real time the downfall of a once-great city by rigid political ideologues who are more concerned about protecting criminals than victims. Rikers Island, with a capacity of 15,000 and currently housing a historically low 7,500 inmates, is being replaced by four neighborhood prisons that shockingly will have a maximum capacity of 3,300 in 2026 when the city population is expected to exceed 8.5 million people. Yes, in a city of 8.5 million people, we will have jail capacity for only 3,300. The last time NYC had 3,300 inmates was in 1920, when the population was much smaller. The vote to close Rikers was overwhelmingly approved by Council members who will surely be re-elected by voters who know more about their members’ next Rain Barrel Giveaway than their voting records.

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Monday 12/02/2019
Homeless shelter child-molest case fugitive found in Jamaica
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:49 pm

The resident of the homeless shelter in Ozone Park who skipped bail on charges of sexually assaulting a 3-year-old chid in a Jamaica Avenue laundromat has been arrested, police said Monday.

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Thankful to be alive after knife stabbing
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:52 pm

A woman and her daughter spent Thanksgiving at the hospital after falling victim to a knife attack.

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South Ozone Park sewage backup cleanup underway
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:49 pm

A sewage backup that may have been caused by grease poured down kitchen drains over the Thanksgiving holiday damaged as many 74 homes in South Jamaica last Saturday, officials said.

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Thursday 11/28/2019
The Buzz at PS 254, The Rosa Parks School in Richmond Hill
Posted: November 28, 2019 - 12:15 am

The following stories were submitted for a School Spotlight at PS 254Q, The Rosa Parks School Magnet School for Leadership Development and the Arts in Richmond Hill, by a pair of elementary school students.

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Latest Fall Happenings at PS97Q, The Forest Park School
Posted: November 28, 2019 - 12:00 am

Turkey Trot

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Wednesday 11/27/2019
Ulrich eyes jump to election board job
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:38 pm

Eric Ulrich (R-Ozone Park) is facing term limits on his City Council seat in 2021.

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Oysters soon to make a comeback
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:39 pm

The College Point oysters will soon flourish once again.

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DOE and Success ponder next moves
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:39 pm

Now what?

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Half-dozen say why they should be BP
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:54 pm

During last Saturday’s forum for borough president candidates in Forest Hills, the half-dozen hopefuls looking to replace District Attorney-elect Melinda Katz were asked what they would do differently than she would if they were elected.

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Diversity plan: first steps start Dec. 5
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:40 pm

Parents in Queens’ sprawling District 28 will get their first look next week at how the city plans to alter admissions procedures and other policies to bring greater diversity to the schools.

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Burglaries on the rise in the 109th
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:39 pm

“As of late, we have seen an increase in burglaries,” 109th Precinct Deputy Inspector Keith Shine told Whitestone residents on Wednesday, Nov. 20. “We actually had another one that occurred just this afternoon.”

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Don’t think big when shopping Saturday
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:54 pm

Think small.

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Well-versed in the business of poetry
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:41 pm

It was just supposed to be a small publishing project for Christine Weimer, a single mom — and now published poet — from Lindenwood.

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Babysitter charged with homicide of 2-year-old
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:41 pm

The April death of 2-year-old Jason Alvarado has been ruled by the medical examiner as a homicide.

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Shelter foes raise concerns at 104th
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:40 pm

Possibly the worst-kept secret heading into the Nov. 20 meeting of the 104th Precinct Community Council was that residents still have serious concerns about the proposed shelter for homeless men on Cooper Avenue in Glendale.

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EPA eyes sewage flow into Newtown Creek
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:41 pm

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing a plan that evaluates impacts of the current and expected future volume of combined sewer overflow discharges to the Newtown Creek Superfund Site Study Area.

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Fatal fire claims three in Jamaica
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:40 pm

Three men died and four FDNY responders were injured in a medium-sized fire in St. Albans within the 113th precinct late Thursday, Nov. 21.

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Council passes ban on flavored vaping
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:54 pm

Just two weeks after a statewide law changing the age to purchase tobacco to 21, New York became the first city in the United States to ban flavored vaping products.

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Melee at mall after early day of school
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:42 pm

A fight outside of Queens Center mall in Elmhurst took place last Friday afternoon, a day students were dismissed from school early.

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112th Precinct sees large crime decrease
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:42 pm

The 112th Precinct is No. 4 in the city in crime reduction of the 77 precincts.

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Picture-perfect homes
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:43 pm

The houses of New Howard Beach are going back to school.

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Tribute unveiled for Madeline Sershen
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:42 pm

Friends, family and community members gathered to honor the life of Madeline Sershen on Thursday, Nov. 21 with a ceremony and candelight vigil.

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First arrest made in Talasia Cuffie murder
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:43 pm

A Jamaica man has been charged with allegedly luring 17-year-old Talasia Cuffie to the address in South Jamaica where she was stabbed to death on Nov. 15.

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FAA can’t find any copter complaints
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:54 pm

Residents of Howard Beach have not complained enough about an onslaught of helicopter traffic over their homes for the federal government to take notice.

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Five injured in Ridgewood fire: FDNY
Updated: December 05, 2019 - 12:55 pm

Five people were injured in a Ridgewood fire Tuesday night, according to the FDNY.

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Wednesday 11/27/2019
Elected officials bring on the heat
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Back-to-school Addabbo
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Striking back at lupus at Jamaica gathering
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School bus GPS installment runs late
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Shaping a vision for LI City’s coastline
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Jingle all the way down Bell
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Schumer in Richmond Hill
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Nat’l Grid gas war ends, no pipeline
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Access to Justice helps ‘level the playing field’
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Anti-vaxxers haunt and heckle Sen. Liu
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Derailment strands LIRR passengers
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Ozone Park tree lighting
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Food drive
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Helping hand for the holidays
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Smush Parker took the long way back
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Howard Beach tree lighting
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New projections hike city budget by $1.6B
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Coming to a sector near you
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Love, Italian style from MidVille author
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QC student outshoots legend
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Holiday motorcycle run for NYFAC kids
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Newest seed
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What sophomore jinx?
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No sale!
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31-person transition team for next DA
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The bird man of Corona
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Laughing for a good cause
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Thanksgiving meal celebration
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Celebrating safe driving
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Our annual toy and gift drive awaits you
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To vote or not to vote: a CB 7 debate
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One and only Blue Ribbon
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Chronicle seeks a freelance reporter
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Monday 11/25/2019
Melee at Queens Center mall
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Friday 11/22/2019
Babysitter charged with homicide
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Five things to do in Queens this weekend! Nov. 22-24
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Fatal fire claims three in Jamaica
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PS 174's March of Dimes “WonderWalk”
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High School of Applied Communication hosts 2nd annual college and career fair
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Latest Happenings at The Mary Louis Academy
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Author Inspires Young Readers at MS 202
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Thursday 11/21/2019
Synagogue refused variance request
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Jamaica town hall meeting fits the Bill
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Bloomberg apology comes 6 years late
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Parents not thrilled with Success MS site
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Alley Pond School expansion planned
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War on homelessness rages on in NYC
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Yesodot looks to combat opioid crisis
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Monserrate in Assembly bid
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Mayor signs trash zone bills for 2021
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