Not only will 300,000 riders be denied LIRR service in the event of a strike, but the work stoppage could cost up to $50 million each day in economic activity, New York State Comptroller Thomas Di Napoli said Tuesday.
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During the 1960s and ’70s, Hamilton Beach was a close-knit community that fostered lifelong friendships, as shown by a new memoir.
It seems that finding activities for a family getting together is becoming more and more difficult as well as expensive. A family unit of four or five can lay out the equivalent of a mortgage payment for a day’s outing. But there are options that can give you a quality day with the kids…or each [...]
The city has left Rockaway Ferry service dead in the water.
Since it was first reported by The Queens Courier on June 19 that only 29 beaches were open for swimming, another 19 were added to the open list.
As of June 19, only 29 of the more than 100 beaches in the Rocakaways are open to swimming because of damage caused by Superstorm Sandy coupled with a dearth of lifeguards, the Parks Department said.
A local summer festival is getting ready to officially rock the beach for the first time.
“The Flood,” a play written by then-Woodhaven resident Daniel McCabe as Superstorm Sandy roared into New York City, premieres this August at the New York International Fringe Festival.
More than a year after Superstorm Sandy ripped through Queens, the efforts to repair damaged homes and business are finally starting to pick up speed, officials said Friday.
The long, dragged-out process of filling out applications and following up with Build It Back may finally get a little easier.