Sinking Lindenwood street being repaired


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THE COURIER/Photos by Salvatore Licata

A sinking street in Lindenwood that has caused hazardous situations for drivers and residents for years is now being repaired by the Department of Environmental Protection.

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Queens Hindus to celebrate Diwali


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Photos courtesy of Buddy Singh

After a two-year hiatus, the annual motorcade in Richmond Hill celebrating the Hindu festival of Diwali will drive down Liberty Avenue on Saturday.

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Plans released for possible QueensWay


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Renderings courtesy of thequeensway.org

A 3.5-mile stretch of recreational, walking and biking trails is planned for central and southern Queens as part of a multi-million dollar proposal that has coined the name, QueensWay.

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New routes proposed in Howard Beach, Ozone Park for Jamaica Bay Greenway


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THE COURIER/Photo by Salvatore Licata

Howard Beach and Ozone Park will be home to new bike routes on the Jamaica Bay Greenway, according to the Department of Transportation.

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New ‘Welcome to Howard Beach’ sign donated by local organization


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Photo courtesy of Paul Ohana/ ADP USA

The old and beaten up Howard Beach welcome sign, located in the welcome triangle on Cross Bay Boulevard and 155th Avenue, will soon be replaced by a brand-new one, thanks to a donation by the Howard Beach Memorial Services.

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Street name mishaps in Hamilton Beach cause serious problems for residents


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THE COURIER/ Photo by Salvatore Licata

Hamilton Beach — where the streets have two names. While it sounds like a U2 spoof, the dually-named streets make it difficult for people to find addresses but more importantly, cause serious problems for first-responders heading toward emergency scenes.

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