At the end of the day Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s creation of a Transportation Reinvestment Commission to develop a 100 year blue print to plan for the future of public transportation will not be worth the paper any final report is printed on. It will however like many previous planning studies or commissions, generate him some [...]
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As contract negotiations continue to stall and the impending LIRR strike draws closer each day, the MTA released its contingency plan Friday to address the 300,000 riders that would be stranded daily with the loss of train service.
The streets of Sunnyside will be alive with the sound of music and art this summer.
In a successful arts-based community like Long Island City, it is sometimes hard for an individual artist to stand out from the crowd. But an artist named Gildo has achieved this breakthrough through his breathtaking sense of creative purpose and the wide spectrum of his creative activities.
A Fresh Meadows tennis player is closing in on a spot in the US Open later this year, but she’ll have to fight her way in.
The Diocese of Brooklyn will welcome 13 new priests this weekend, including two Jackson Heights-born men, in this year’s largest ordination class in the nation.
The recent death of former Manhattan eastside silk stocking district Republican state Sen. Roy Goodman marks the end of an era. Under the leadership of Goodman, who served as a state senator (1969-2002), the GOP elected numerous public officials. Goodman also served as chairman of the New York Republican County Committee succeeding Vincent Albano serving from [...]
Queens County Market will come to Sunnyside Greenmarket later this month to celebrate the beginning of the summer season with food and fun.
A 91-year-old Oakland Gardens woman was killed Friday when her car jumped the center median on Francis Lewis Boulevard and struck a light pole, cops said.
A 35-year-old man was shot dead on Saturday morning in Jamaica, according to police.