The Bellerose branch of the Queens Library will reopen Wednesday following a $1.66 million facelift and technological additions.
State Senator Tony Avella
In his bid to unseat state Sen. Tony Avella, former City Comptroller John Liu picked up another round of support from local congressional members. Liu received endorsements from congress members Grace Meng, Gregory Meeks and Joseph Crowley.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced July 8 his support for state Sen. Tony Avella in the District 11 race against former City Comptroller John Liu.
After a second patient escaped Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in a six-month period, state Sen. Tony Avella will demand answers about security at the Queens Village facility in a press conference on Thursday.
State Sen. Tony Avella will allocate $200,000 for repairs and electrical upgrades to P.S. 26’s auditorium.
The Captain Dermody Triangle, which was named for outspoken abolitionist William C. Dermody, who was killed in the Civil War, is in need of repairs to its sidewalk, lawn and stone monument at the center of the triangle.
Little Neck residents and politicians rallied to take down a massive wall that E. Gluck Corp. erected for a warehouse.
After the DREAM Act failed to pass in the State Senate, Queens legislators are vowing to fight for the bill.
An application for a Whitestone sidewalk café will go up for a City Council vote at the end of the month without support from the area councilmember.
State Senator Tony Avella is joining the New York State Senate’s Independent Democratic Conference (IDC), he announced Wednesday. He will be the fifth member of the breakaway faction of Senate Democrats — led by Jeffrey Klein of the Bronx — who share majority control of the chamber with Republicans.