Man attempts to rob woman at knifepoint at Corona Plaza 7 train station
Inset photo via NYPD/Photo via Wikimedia Commons/Jim Henderson

Police are looking for a man who attempted to rob a woman standing on a 7 train platform in Corona last month. On May 25 at 1:13 p.m., the suspect approached a 44-year-old woman on the Corona Plaza station at 103rd Street and Roosevelt Avenue where he displayed a knife and demanded her property. She refused […]

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UPDATE: Cops still looking for Flushing bandits who recently stole $72K in cash
NYPD photo/Google Maps

Not your ideal dynamic duo, but two Flushing burglars managed to snatch $72,000 in cash last Friday. According to police, the bandits entered a New Flushing Stone and Kitchen Depot store, located at 131-25 41st Avenue on Friday, June 17 at about 1:15 a.m. and stole a safe that contained $72,000. Since March, these chronic burglars have burglarized […]

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Making Woodside’s Roosevelt Avenue a better place: Attend a public conversation
Photo courtesy Woodside on the Move

Do you have ideas on how to make Roosevelt Avenue and the greater Woodside area a better place to live and do business? Woodside on the Move invites Woodside business owners and residents, family and friends out to a community conversation regarding the future of Woodside on Thursday, June 23, to discuss different ideas and […]

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PHOTOS: Candle-lit Jackson Heights vigil for Orlando victims makes stops at local gay bars
QNS/Photos by Angela Matua

Dozens of people attended a vigil in Jackson Heights on Tuesday to mourn the victims of the Orlando shooting that left 49 people dead. Organized by Eddie Valentin, the owner of several gay bars in Jackson Heights, the vigil began outside of Club Evolution on 77th Street and Roosevelt Avenue. Participants lit candles and waved colorful flags […]

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Try these 7 decadent frozen desserts made in Queens
All photos: Joe DiStefano/QNS

Summer doesn’t officially begin for another week, but things are already heating up in Queens. Good thing New York City’s most majestic and diverse borough has plenty of sweet frozen treats to cool down with. From old-school classics to new-fangled creations, Queens has everything when it comes to frozen desserts, including in true multicultural fashion […]

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