Ridgewood Savings Bank will host a financial seminar and free homebuyers’ workshops at several branches in April and June for people who need assistance.
One McDonald’s customer had a not-so-happy meal after a woman threatened to castrate him during a knifepoint robbery.
Entrepreneurs will soon have a new space to get creative in Astoria.
Police have released new photos of a man who they believe attempted to rape a woman in Astoria last month.
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.
He was born Giuseppe (Joseph) Palattella, but he would become “DON 1, M.A.F.IA.” The Italian-American teen from Queens helped put the borough and the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit (BMT) subway lines on the 1970s graffiti map. Decades later, a new book hopes to rediscover that legacy.
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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.
Woodside parents and politicians are asking the Department of Education to consider renting space in a nearby former Catholic school building rather than busing the kindergarten and first-graders miles away to Astoria.
Jackson Heights coffee bar owner Afzal Hossain doesn’t like the city’s new paid sick leave law, but he believes we should all follow the law, no matter the burden. Although he’s willing to comply, he isn’t happy about it.