MAJOR FUN ALERT: Dive into these top 10 outdoor pools in Queens this summer!
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If you’re sick of sizzling in the summer sun, why resist taking a dip in a cool and cleanly pool? Skip out on the sand and dive head first into some of the best outdoor pools in Queens. Five Freebies The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation offers free outdoor pools that are set to open […]

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Jamaica man arrested for the 2015 murder of an aide to Governor Cuomo ahead of West Indies Carnival
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The man wanted for the murder of Carey Gabay, a former aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo, in Brooklyn last Labor Day was arrested Friday, police announced. According to law enforcement officials, Micah Alleyne, 24, of Van Wyck Expressway in Jamaica has been charged with murder, criminal possession of a firearm and reckless endangerment in connection […]

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Celebrate the unofficial start of summer at LIC Flea & Food with featured veteran vendors
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Are you sticking around the city for the Memorial Day weekend? Spend part of it enjoying all of the wonderful food and vendors that the LIC Flea & Food market has to offer! LIC Flea & Food is the perfect staycation for Memorial Day weekend. Forget working the barbecue this weekend and instead enjoy hot-off-the-grill […]

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PHOTOS: This is how you can charge your phone on the new ‘Millennial-friendly’ MTA buses in Queens
All photos: QNS/Brianna Ellis

If MTA cannot do anything about the bus delays, they hope that at least passengers will spend their trips more effectively thanks to the free Wi-Fi and charging ports. Last Tuesday, MTA rolled out the first batch of the new bus fleet that features Wi-Fi and USB charging ports. 75 buses will serve Richmond Hill, South Jamaica, South Ozone Park, Springfield […]

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Happy birthday! Middle Village is pretty fly for 200 years old
A trolley outside of the old Niederstein's Restaurant.

Get ready to celebrate Middle Village. This year marks the bicentennial for this Queens neighborhood! Middle Village was originally settled 200 years ago in 1816 and was established as the midway point for travelers going between the bays of Williamsburg and Jamaica, appropriately giving it the name Middle Village. Shortly after the Williamsburg-Jamaica Turnpike opened […]

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