An application for a Whitestone sidewalk café will go up for a City Council vote at the end of the month without support from the area councilmember.
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On primary day 2010, Matthew Silverstein became the Democratic State Committeeman for the 26th Assembly District. Matt began a career in public service as an Inspector for the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs. As an Inspector, Matthew worked to uphold the landmark New York City Consumer Protection Law. He then became the Executive [...]
Star of Queens: Mary Parisen, co-founder, Civics United for Railroad Environmental Solutions (CURES)
Mary Parisen is the co-founder of Civics United for Railroad Environmental Solutions (CURES), a coalition of some of the largest civic associations in western Queens, that came together to improve railroad infrastructure, public health and safety.
Imagine walking out of school at 17 – and finding a brand new Ford Mustang waiting for you. That’s exactly what happened to Benjamin Cardozo senior Lauren Schwartzberg on Friday.
Anthony Brown, recently named one of The Queens Courier’s Rising Stars, donated his kidney in 2013 to his mother Zita Brown after she was diagnosed with kidney disease a year before.
One Jackson Heights filmmaker is keeping a promise and taking it to the big screen.
Jason Bohn, 35, was found guilty Wednesday of first-degree murder for strangling and torturing his 27-year-old girlfriend, Danielle Thomas, to death on June 26, 2012.
An Elmhurst lot, located across the street from the Queens Place mall, has been put up for sale for $24 million, according to real estate company Massey Knakal. The 47,365-square-foot lot, located at 88-18 Justice Ave., is one block off of Queens Boulevard and adjacent to the Georgia Diner. According to the listing provided by [...]
On her two month birthday, Aleeah Quezada reunited with the doctors who saved her life.
One thousand children need to find somewhere else to go to school come September.