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Fresh Meadows

Queens artist unveils “Kittizens of Fresh Meadows” murals

A Queens-based artist unveiled his vibrant murals “Kittizens of Fresh Meadows” last week that portrays everyday people as cats — an inspiration that stemmed from his love of animals. Published Dec 7, 2018
Flushing

New ice cream shop will celebrate its grand opening in Flushing

Queens residents can enjoy a sweet treat Saturday at the grand opening of The Original Flushing Ice Cream Factory. Published Dec 7, 2018
Richmond Hill

Top cop at Richmond Hill’s 102nd Precinct honored by ASPCA for fighting animal cruelty

Two Queens officers were honored Dec. 4 at the ASPCA’s fourth annual Appreciation Luncheon for their service to help fight animal cruelty in their communities. Published Dec 10, 2018
Flushing

Business owners meet in Flushing to ‘build bridges’ and learn how to address city summonses

City Councilman Peter Koo (D-Flushing) and the Queens Chamber of Commerce will be co-hosting a Building Bridges for Small Businesses symposium to help teach small businesses how to respond to summonses from city agencies. Published Dec 9, 2018
Flushing

Flushing lawmaker debunks rumor of homeless shelter coming to a neighborhood hotel

Rumors that the city plans on opening a homeless shelter at the Parc Hotel in Flushing are greatly exaggerated, according to City Councilman Peter Koo. Published Dec 11, 2018
Flushing

Flushing teen starring in Manhattan musical

A Flushing resident is starring in a new musical presented by TADA! Youth Theater from Nov. 16 through Dec. 2 in a riveting theatrical performance. Published Nov 29, 2018
Fresh Meadows

City Council passes Lancman’s bill mandating that formerly jailed individuals know their voting rights

City Councilman Rory Lancman’s bill that requires the Department of Corrections to inform individuals released from a city jail of their voting rights was approved last week by the City Council on Wednesday. Published Dec 5, 2018
Flushing

Seven Queens men charged with money laundering in untaxed cigarette ring: AG

Seven Queens individuals were indicted Wednesday in a massive untaxed cigarette ring in the east coast evading over $3 million in taxes, according to New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood. Published Dec 2, 2018
Pomonok

Pomonok Houses residents receive free blood tests to check for lead exposure

State Assemblyman Daniel Rosenthal, in partnership with Kamin Health, offered free lead testing last week to residents of the Pomonok Houses at his Flushing district office. Published Dec 5, 2018
Flushing

Hip-hop dancer Kwikstep choreographs Queens College Fall Concert

Legendary hip-hop dancer, Gabriel “Kwikstep” Dionisio, who started dancing at the age of six and was influenced by Soul Train and block parties in New York City, has choreographed DIMENSIONS, The Queens College Fall Concert. Published Nov 30, 2018
Flushing

Weprin sponsors Holiday Fire and Fraud Seminar at Hillcrest Jewish Center

State Assemblyman David Weprin (D-Fresh Meadows) shared important tips with community residents last week on how to stay safe this holiday season at a Fire and Fraud Seminar at the Hillcrest Jewish Center in Flushing. Published Dec 6, 2018
Whitestone

Robber flees with more than $1,000 in cash from Whitestone bank: NYPD

Police were asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man wanted in connection with a recent bank robbery in Whitestone. Published Dec 6, 2018
Jamaica

Gun-toting robber tries to force his way inside token booth at Jamaica subway station: NYPD

Cops were searching for an unidentified man wanted for questioning in connection with an attempted armed robbery at a Jamaica subway station Saturday night. Published Dec 7, 2018
Flushing

‘Faces of the 7 Train’ exhibition set to open at Flushing public library

Candid shots of New York City subway riders on the 7 train will be displayed at the Queens Public Library Flushing branch on Dec. 14. Published Dec 9, 2018
Flushing

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens medical staff donates $5K to local organization

Members of the NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Medical Staff Society recently gave a generous donation of $5,000 to a Brooklyn-based organization that supports and inspires teen mothers. Published Dec 8, 2018
Flushing

Flushing Town Hall to celebrate its 40th anniversary with Red Envelope Show

Starting Jan. 5, 2019, Flushing Town Hall will partner with curator Bert Chau of the Grumpy Bert gallery for the Red Envelope Show in honor of the 2019 Lunar New Year and Flushing Town Hall’s 40th anniversary. Published Dec 8, 2018
Flushing

City Council approves Koo’s bill to suspend alternate side parking on Lunar New Year’s Eve

Flushing City Councilman Peter Koo’s bill to suspend alternate side parking on Lunar New Year’s Eve — one of the most important cultural days of the year for Asian-Americans — was unanimously approved by the City Council. Published Dec 12, 2018
Whitestone

Corona man sentenced in 2017 Thanksgiving hit-and-run: DA

A man who was intoxicated while driving and struck a senior causing physical injuries last year on Thanksgiving Day in Whitestone was sentenced to prison on Monday, according to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown. Published Nov 21, 2018
Transit

Rozic opposes upcoming service changes to Q46 bus route in eastern Queens

In a letter sent to MTA New York City Transit (NYCT) President Andy Byford, state Assemblywoman Nily Rozic expressed her opposition to upcoming service adjustments to the Q46 bus route beginning in January 2019. Published Nov 28, 2018
Flushing

Fresh Meadows students raise funds in walkathon to provide donations to kids in need

At least 120 students at PS/MS 200 participated in a Walkathon Wednesday morning in their schoolyard to raise funds to provide food supplies for kids in Flint, Mich., and clean water for people in South Sudan. Published Nov 29, 2018
Fresh Meadows

Hillcrest Jewish Center to host annual fund-raising concert in Fresh Meadows

The Hillcrest Jewish Center is inviting the community to its annual fund-raising concert Great Cause and Great Quality, where a portion of the proceeds will be donated in honor of the Pittsburgh Tree of Life Synagogue victims. Published Nov 29, 2018
Flushing

Cops search for suspects wanted in connection with Flushing robbery

FLUSHING — Officers from the 109th Precinct were searching for three men wanted in connection with a Nov. 6 commercial gunpoint robbery in Flushing. Published Nov 30, 2018
Richmond Hill

South Richmond Hill Boys and Girls Club of Metro Queens receives $10,000 donation

The Boys and Girls Club of Metro Queens (BGCMQ) received a generous $10,000 donation from Resorts World Casino New York City to help kick off their Nov. 27 Giving Tuesday fund-raising campaign. Published Dec 5, 2018
Flushing

Flushing Town Hall to host annual Holiday Market featuring Queens artisans

Flushing Town Hall is celebrating the spirit of the season with its fifth-annual Holiday Market, the Holiday Historic House tours, and a performance from an Ecuadorian youth orchestra Dec. 9. Published Dec 5, 2018
Flushing

Visit seven historic houses throughout Queens in one day during Holly Tour

Seven Queens landmarks will open their doors to the public during the Historic House Tours — rebranded as the Holly Tour — Dec. 9 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. with feature time-honored, family-friendly activities, live performances, history lesson and refreshments. Published Dec 4, 2018
Flushing

Flushing High School takes pledge against bullying

Students, faculty, and staff at Holy Cross High School each made a pledge to stand up against bullying to end the school’s Spirit Week. Published Dec 4, 2018
Sunnyside ‘NAVIDAD

A Mexican-American Christmas’ debuts at Sunnyside Theatre

Just in time for the holidays, an exciting new musical and dance extravaganza “Navidad: A Mexican-American Christmas,” will be presented at the bilingual Thalia Spanish Theatre from Nov. 30 through Dec. 16. Published Dec 3, 2018
Flushing

Queens College launches food pantry to support students

Monday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the official opening of Queens College Knights Table Food Pantry that will serve as a resource for students in need. Published Nov 22, 2018
Fresh Meadows

Fresh Meadows school celebrates Blue Ribbon award

MS 216 George J. Ryan had a reason to celebrate Monday night after acquiring the coveted title of National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. Published Nov 26, 2018
Fresh Meadows

Fresh Meadows artist to unveil public art murals

A local artist is bringing street art to Fresh Meadows. Published Nov 27, 2018

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