Astoria Times

Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010

Jackson Heights

Two-alarm fire in Corona barbershop

A firefighter examine a barber shop at 103-17 Roosevelt Avenue in Corona Wednesday afternoon following a two-alarm fire in the store. Three stores suffered damages during the blaze, which fire officials said was under control at 12:58 p.m. and within an hour of their arrival at the scene. Eleven people were treated for minor injuries and taken to local hospitals, according to fire officials. The cause of fire was under investigation as of Wednesday evening, officials said. Photo by Christina Santucci Comment.
Jackson Heights

Mall hosts reading program

Most come to the Queens Center Mall to shop, but when students from PS 206 come to the mall Tuesday mornings, they’re there to learn. Comment.
Astoria Times

Amtrak replaces cut down trees

Residents who live around Boulevard Gardens in Woodside and elected officials Tuesday celebrated Amtrak’s replanting trees to replace the ones it took down along train lines in the area in early May. Comment.

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