One McDonald’s customer had a not-so-happy meal after a woman threatened to castrate him during a knifepoint robbery.
The Department of Transportation announced it will be implementing traffic safety improvements beginning this month on Northern Boulevard and 61st Street, where 8-year-old Noshat was fatally struck.
U.S Rep. Joseph Crowley created the Pedestrian Fatalities Reduction Act of 2014 to prevent another traffic fatality from occurring on New York City streets.
Police have released new photos of a man who they believe attempted to rape a woman in Astoria last month.
After listening to numerous complaints recent No. 7 train suspensions have caused, the MTA has told Long Island City – we’re sorry but the work must go on.
The western Queens neighborhood gathered on Friday to celebrate the announcement of the designation of the Kaufman Arts District, the first of its kind in the borough.
The popular Long Island City flea market LIC Flea & Food will celebrate its 2014 grand opening on Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6 in the same spot as last year: an outdoor lot by the waterfront at Fifth Street and 46th Avenue.
Elmhurst Hospital Center has opened the doors to more health care access for the women of Queens.
Avonte Oquendo’s mom told his teacher he was a “runner” well before the autistic teen escaped from his school never to be seen again, according to a report released Thursday.
An Astoria actor’s next role could be as a 19th century stowaway, but he needs your help. Jonathan Draxton, 24, is one of 10 finalists competing to travel aboard the Charles W. Morgan, a 19th century whaling vessel and National Historic Landmark, as it sails this summer.