The Flushing doctor accused of fatally overdosing two patients will go on trial Friday morning in Manhattan.
The Bayside Village Business Improvement District (BID) wants the borough’s creative minds to display their original work during its upcoming third annual Arts and Crafts Festival.
The treasurer of the Mid-Queens Community Council has resigned and others are mulling an exit, following a heated spat with the group’s leader and a failed bid to overthrow her, The Queens Courier has learned.
The City Council unanimously struck down a controversial bid for a Whitestone sidewalk café Wednesday.
Studying for the year’s biggest standardized tests can wait, District 26 Superintendent Anita Saunders said. Scholars at P.S. 173 have a more important task at hand — memorizing the 120-word oath they took Friday to put safety first as passengers and pedestrians.
Nine women and 47 men shaved their heads at St. John’s University Thursday to raise money for child cancer research.
An off-duty NYPD officer was arrested for drunk driving after getting into an accident in Bayside Saturday, police said.
The family of the 3-year-old girl tragically killed by an SUV in Flushing will watch hundreds stand to take a pledge against reckless driving Friday to honor the toddler.
Flushing Town Hall recently reopened after a $1.2 million interior renovation. The event space now has new flooring in the hallways and the gift shop, a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC) throughout the building, and new floors and chairs in the theatre, which seats 308.
The 23-year-old Jamaica man arrested on Long Island last month for stripping three dozen cars of their costly catalytic converters has a lengthy rap sheet in the city, officials said.