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John Walter was born, raised and lived in Middle Village.“We used to say that his biggest adventure was moving from one side of Metropolitan Avenue to the other,” said his son, Brian.

Art is said to have healing powers for both the artist and the viewer.But participants in the recent “Arts for Life” competition also contributed to healing in a more tangible way.

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CEO Wil Shelton of Wil Power Integrated Marketing has made the business of grooming his life for nearly 30 years, first as a cosmetologist and barber for 27 years, then as a salon owner for 10. But his current role as a marketing consultant f…

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It was announced Monday with no more fanfare than two sentences on the Twitter page of the city’s Department for the Aging.“Senior Centers can begin offering grab-and-go meals as a low-risk, outdoor activity as early as 5/10. This will serve …

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Antun’s of Queens Village, an event space, hosted small business owners last week for a Restaurant & Hospitality Referral Program organized by the Queens Chronicle’s very own Ree Brinn and the National Small Business Chamber of Commerce.“…

The city Test and Trace Corps announced April 29 new testing locations in Flushing.The outdoor testing sites offer free PCR self-tests for those aged 4 and up regardless of immigration status. A trained team of self-testers will guide patient…

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Gov. Cuomo on Monday announced that 24-hour subway service will return on Monday, May 17, with almost all indoor capacity restrictions on restaurants, theaters and other public accommodations being eased or eliminated on May 19.

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New York City hit its single-day vaccine peak April 8, but the number of administered doses has been drastically declining each day since.Vaccines are becoming more available, but distribution has slowed as the city seemingly hit a point of h…