Sunnyside will soon have two new public spaces that residents can enjoy during the summer.
Senator Michael Gianaris
There is a little light at the end of the tunnel for No. 7 train users.
Police are continuing the investigation into an accident that killed four friends after their car plunged into an Astoria creek and as one politician calls for a review of safety measures on the roads leading to the water.
The Department of Transportation announced it will be implementing traffic safety improvements beginning this month on Northern Boulevard and 61st Street, where 8-year-old Noshat was fatally struck.
After listening to numerous complaints recent No. 7 train suspensions have caused, the MTA has told Long Island City – we’re sorry but the work must go on.
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.
A town hall meeting for locals to decry the last three weekends of No. 7 train suspensions is scheduled for March 27 to go over the details of the service disruption, expected to last for 19 more weekends.
The Long Island City community is concerned a new string of subway shutdowns will bring more problems to residents and business owners.
Councilmember Costa Constantinides recently announced he had introduced a bill into the City Council that would require potholes to be filled within five days or less.
From the 49 co-location proposals released last year for schools all around the city, the Department of Education (DOE) has announced it will be withdrawing nine and revising one