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Duly noted!
Letters Letters 9/25/2012 at 4:48PM

Greetings to The Queens Courier team, just wanted to check in and say we enjoyed your Best of the Boro spread, and plan on trying out the Agra Indian restaurant at some point soon. Our only concern is that there is no “vegetarian” category in the restaurant listings. Millions of people are now transitioning toward [...]

Queens Courier to present Power Breakfast
Networking Events Cristabelle Tumola 9/20/2012 at 6:57AM

Queens, particularly Long Island City, could be the “Silicon Valley of the East.” With this in mind, The Queens Courier, together with TD Bank, will present “The Future of LIC: How the tech boom will affect you & your business!,” a power breakfast networking event on Thursday, October 11. The event will be led by [...]

Weekend roundup
Weekend roundup
News Melissa Chan 9/09/2012 at 12:08PM

Brooklyn, Queens Locals Clean Up Damage From Two Tornadoes Cleanup efforts continue in Brooklyn and Queens after tornadoes roared through parts of both boroughs yesterday morning, but residents are relieved to know that no one was reported injured by the twisters. Read more: NY1   Queens teen calls cops, then her brother is found stabbed [...]

The sad and the ugly
Editorial Queens Courier Editorial 8/30/2012 at 11:37AM

THE SAD . . . We at The Queens Courier extend our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of William Bateman, a local homeless man found dead just steps from the Bayside LIRR station. The loss of a loved one is undoubtedly very difficult, and losing someone who was so well-liked in the community [...]

Queens Courier hosts senior expo
Queens Courier hosts senior expo
News Melissa Chan 8/28/2012 at 4:42PM

The sands are shifting in the extensive world of elder law, but industry experts say the key to security in the changing winds is to “plan, plan and plan.” “With all this going on, you can’t afford not to plan. Make sure you secure your future,” said elder law attorney Ronald Fatoullah during a Courier-hosted [...]

Little Neck neighbors want problem tree removed
Little Neck neighbors want problem tree removed
News Melissa Chan 7/03/2012 at 11:29AM

Neighbors in Little Neck say a rotted tree rooted on a popular pathway is on its last leg and poses a danger to pedestrians passing beneath its falling limbs. “I walk on the street. I’m so afraid of walking under this tree that I make a detour,” said Vicky Cosgrove, 61, pointing to a problematic [...]

City refunds bilked homeowner for sidewalk repairs
City refunds bilked homeowner for sidewalk repairs
News Melissa Chan 6/07/2012 at 8:56AM

A Fresh Meadows homeowner who said he was bilked by the city in 2009 for over $2,000 was reimbursed more than half the cost and was refunded a piece of his pilfered American Dream. “I feel good that I won. I got into a good fight and I loved it,” said John Biagi, 62. Biagi [...]

Queens Courier to host Power Breakfast with Senator Chuck Schumer
Queens Courier to host Power Breakfast with Senator Chuck Schumer
News Queens Courier Staff 6/01/2012 at 1:02PM

Senator Charles Schumer will be the featured guest and keynote speaker at the next Queens Courier Power Networking Breakfast. The breakfast will be on Friday, June 8 at the Water’s Edge Restaurant in Long Island City, just across the East River and overlooking the Manhattan skyline. The long-time political leader will be available for a [...]

Second Courier ‘Power Breakfast’ informs seniors
Second Courier ‘Power Breakfast’ informs seniors
Networking Events Melissa Chan 5/08/2012 at 12:00PM

Seniors looking for another leg up in the extensive world of elder law got a second boost of knowledge during a recent Courier-hosted lecture. During a “Power Breakfast” — the second one hosted by The Courier this year — held on May 4 at North Shore Towers in Floral Park, Ann-Margaret Carrozza, an elder law [...]

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