Representatives for Glendale penned a letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio to stop the proposed homeless shelter, which has received support from the Department of Homeless Services.
Members of the Queens Public Transit Committee thanked Community Board 5 for voicing support to restart the defunct Rockaway Beach Line instead of backing the QueensWay park idea.
Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant, a neighborhood fixture for nearly 70 years, will close in March. Longtime owners say they are preparing for retirement.
The 104th Precinct is planning to step up activity in Highland Park as to limit use after park curfew.
Melissa Mark-Viverito was unanimously elected as the next City Council Speaker Wednesday by the 51-member body, becoming the second most powerful politician in the city and the first Latin-American to take the spot. “We will work together, because that is what New Yorkers expect and that is what New Yorkers deserve,” she said. “We unite [...]
Christ the King High School announced a two-year pay raise for faculty members with a new two-year contract.
The Parks Department hosted free snow sports and activities in Juniper Valley Park in Middle Village, courtesy of massive amounts of snow from Winter Storm Hercules.
Queens residents woke up to more than half a foot of snow Friday morning as they prepared to deal with the aftermath of the winter storm.
The 104th Precinct Council honored seven officers for an October marijuana bust in Ridgewood.
A woman was killed Monday morning after she was struck by an M train at a subway station on the Ridgewood border, police said. The woman, who police said was in her 30s, was pronounced dead about 9:30 a.m. at the Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues station Cops said the woman was hit after she jumped in front [...]