This coming Valentine’s Day, we are celebrating love done the Queens way. We selected six couples across the borough who have successful relationships and successful careers; they’re the movers and shakers in their respective fields.
Are you ready for the big game this Sunday? Why worry about cooking when the “World’s Borough” has some of the best catering options in the city? Whether it’s wings or fingers, Italian or Kosher, comfort or gourmet, QNS has you covered: Queens Comfort Astoria 718-728-2350 The comfort food kings of Queens have a special game menu—each […]
Queens residential sales market experienced slight growth in the total number of sales in 2015. Home sales in Queens increased 6 percent year-over-year to 4,098 total sales, according to the report released by Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY). Sales in the Bronx grew 10 percent, while Manhattan and Brooklyn both experienced a modest decline. The sales activity in […]
A man who repeatedly stabbed a straphanger on a Forest Hills train last month was arrested on Jan. 12, according to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown. Matthew Jacobs, 26, of St. Albans was arrested after he stabbed a 42-year-old man, who was with his 13-year-old daughter and exiting an F Train at the 71st-Continental Avenues station on Dec. 20, 2015. […]
The second-largest snowstorm in the city’s history dumped the most snow on Queens than on any other borough, but the “World’s Borough” seems to have received the least attention from the Department of Sanitation. Elected officials across the borough have been flooded by calls and social media posts from constituents complaining about unplowed streets and […]