After years of requesting changes with the Department of Transportation (DOT), Rosedale Little League welcomed newly installed measures to improve pedestrian safety between their game fields on 147th Avenue in Brookville Park.
More room is coming to the Laurelton and Rosedale library branches and officials’ visions for the project is growing. Councilmember Donovan Richards allocated $3 million for the two Queens Library reading spots to begin expansion and upgrade projects. The Laurelton branch, currently 8,000 square feet, will double to 16,000 with the addition of a second […]
Authorities are looking for a man who tried to rob a Bank of American in Rosedale last month. According to police, on Wednesday, February 27, at approximately 2 p.m., the suspect entered the bank located at 241-42 South Conduit Avenue, approached the teller window and passed a demand note. He then took the demand note […]
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying suspects wanted in two separate January bank robberies in Queens. On Wednesday, January 9, at 9:15 a.m. the first suspect entered a Capital One Bank, located at 145-15 243rd Street in Rosedale, approached the teller and demanded money. The teller complied and the suspect fled […]
Howard Beach, Lindenwood and Rosedale were added to FEMA’s latest advisory map on flood zone elevation in an attempt to avoid the same volume of flooding and damage experienced during Sandy. “This is the first in a series of steps on what will become the regulatory guidance,” FEMA coordinating officer Mike Byrne told NY1. “We […]
Suspect smashes 12 cars in Astoria A driver is under arrest for allegedly plowing into a dozen vehicles in Queens. Police say Michael DeLorenzo jumped into a friend’s car early Sunday morning following a dispute in Astoria. When responding police attempted to stop him, they say he took off and ran through two red lights, […]
The six women of Life’s WORC’s Rosedale group home recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of their residence. Founded in 1971, the mission of Life’s WORC “is to provide services that facilitate an independent and productive life experience for individuals with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum,” according to its web site. One of the organization’s services […]
Victory must be earned in the classroom as well as on the football field. That was the message at the Rosedale Jets Football Association’s (RJFA) annual awards dinner on Sunday, January 31. It was the culmination of a season that featured dominating performances by students both on and off the field. More than 200 youths […]