WATCH Street Talk: Will you be going to Resorts World Racino?


| mchan@queenscourier.com

The Courier hit the streets to see if nearby locals would visit Resorts World Casino New York City, located in South Ozone Park. Reviews from Queens residents were mixed. See video below.

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WATCH: Police seek armed robber


| mchan@queenscourier.com

Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating a suspect who is wanted in connection with a gun-point robbery which occurred in Queensbridge. At 3:15 a.m. on Thursday, September 29, at the corner of 22nd Street and 41st Avenue, a male suspect approached the victim, pointed a firearm and demanded the victim’s wallet […]

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WATCH: One-on-one with Councilmember Eric Ulrich


| mchan@queenscourier.com

Councilmember Ulrich, who represents District 32, told The Courier his accomplishments and challenges over the last two years and spoke about his current projects — including the building of a skate park in Ozone Park.   [video_post_embed id="3327" width="540" height="306"]

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Watch: Kids “Discover” the Fun of Learning


| jlane@queenscourier.com

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The Queens Library in Jamaica is helping kids “discover” their true potential. The library, located at 89-11 Merrick Boulevard, unveiled its new, state-of-the-art Helen M. Marshall Children’s Library Discovery Center on September 15. Among the honorary guests at the unveiling were the center’s namesake, Borough President Helen Marshall, Councilmembers Jimmy Van Bramer and Leroy Comrie […]

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Amid Haiti devastation, Carnival is quiet


| nrosenberg@queenscourier.com

Along a stretch of Linden Boulevard in Cambria Heights that is home to a variety of Haitian-owned businesses, the normally joyful Carnival was quiet as residents focused instead on helping Haiti get back on its feet. Hear from business owners and residents still reeling from the devastating January 12 earthquake.

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Amid Haiti devastation, Carnival is quiet


| nrosenberg@queenscourier.com

Along a stretch of Linden Boulevard in Cambria Heights that is home to a variety of Haitian-owned businesses, the normally joyful Carnival was quiet as residents focused instead on helping Haiti get back on its feet. Hear from business owners and residents still reeling from the devastating January 12 earthquake.

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