The New York State Pavilion, a surviving relic of the 1964-65 World’s Fair, was named a “National Treasure” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation on the 50th anniversary of the opening of the famed event.
A 53-year-old woman received quite a jolt on a Queens subway train last week when a fellow rider threw coffee in her face before punching her, according to police.
A suspect has been raiding Queens mailboxes for checks, then cashing them in for larger amounts of money, according to police.
One of Avonte Oquendo’s older brothers is sharing what his family went through in the four months during the 14-year-old’s disappearance.
Thousands of diners left with full stomachs and empty hearts Sunday, March 2, on the beloved Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant’s last day in business.
This season’s snow has left New Yorkers with plenty of winter woes, but one local businessman wants to help ease one.
John Messer is mulling over another State Senate run. It would be the Oakland Gardens attorney’s third try at defeating incumbent State Senator Toby Ann Stavisky, who has held the seat for nearly 15 years.
Panda Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar, which opened roughly six months ago, boasts a fusion of oriental specialties, and owners are considering expanding it as an entertainment venue.
An autistic 12-year-old boy who sprinted out of his Rego Park home Thursday was found safe in Brooklyn after a terrifying four hour search, police and family said.
The Rego Park Green Alliance will host a 3D printing contest for local students.