Cleats 4 Kids raised more than $9,000 in its annual LIC fundraiser to ship baseball equipment to disadvantaged children in the Dominican Republic.
Long Island City
Education in Long Island City is getting a much-needed expansion. The Growing Up Green Charter School, located at 39-27 28th St., will officially be a middle school by 2015.
New retail space is opening up in Long Island City.
The popular Long Island City flea market will be reopening for the 2014 season on Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6 at the same outdoor lot by the waterfront at the corner of 5th Street and 46th Avenue overlooking the Manhattan skyline.
The Department of Justice agreed Wednesday morning to take existing funding which already helps track seniors with Alzheimer’s and expand it to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The Queens foundry owner caught attempting to sell a counterfeit sculpture for $11 million in 2012 has plead guilty.
Dmytro Fedkowskyj, a former member of the city’s Panel for Education Policy (PEP), is considering running against Assemblymember Margaret Markey.
Councilmember Costa Constantinides is ready to work for his community.
A day after autistic teen Avonte Oquendo was laid to rest, one politician announced legislation that could help prevent a similar tragedy from happening.
After the search for autistic Rego Park teen Avonte Oquendo ended tragically, hundreds of mourners came out to say goodbye at his funeral Saturday, where he was remembered as a silent yet always smiling, courageous boy.