The founders of a new walking food tour, which is making its start in Long Island City, are looking to prove that Queens is the “king of the boroughs.”
The owners of a partially collapsed Woodhaven building have prevented the city from demolishing their building by coming to a settlement to repair the collapsed roof by Oct. 15, according to court records and the lawyer representing its owners.
The Long Island City site which once was home to the graffiti mecca known as 5Pointz could soon be gone.
A man followed a woman into her Jackson Heights apartment building last month and attempted to rape her, police said.
Because of a scheduling error by Little League administrators, Bayside Little League did not advance to the sectional tournament, despite winning the district finals.
MTA officials and LIRR unions came to a tentative agreement Thursday, avoiding a workers’ strike which would have stranded 300,000 commuters daily.
An 18-year-old was attacked by two men who punched and choked the girl before trying to rob and rape her in Ridgewood on Wednesday, police said.
A Forest Hills cook will try to bring home the bacon on a new reality show. Adrian Ashby, 36, a home chef, is appearing on this Thursday’s episode of FYI channel’s “World Food Championships,” airing at 10 p.m.
A community is outraged and looking for answers as they learned the city went behind their backs to turn an East Elmhurst motel into a permanent homeless shelter.
An arts center in Ridgewood is applying for a liquor license. Okay, sounds like Williamsburg so far. But while it wants to serve alcohol for its weekend music shows, the owners also want to make more money so that they can continue to offer free services on weekdays to the local community — especially the intellectually disabled.