CONFIRMED: Forest Hills’ Shake Shack is opening this Thursday
Photo: Instagram/Shake Shack

Burger lovers, brace yourselves because the fourth Queens location of popular burger eatery Shake Shack, in Forest Hills, is set to open its doors on Thursday, May 26, according to a statement from the company. Located at 71-26 Austin St. in Forest Hills, in the former space of the clothing store Strawberry, this standalone location of Shake Shack has been confirmed since November […]

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Buffalo Wild Wings opens on College Point’s 20th Avenue
THE COURIER/Photos by Alina Suriel

College Point residents welcomed a new sports bar into the area with the arrival of a Buffalo Wild Wings franchise location on Monday. The new 20th Avenue location opened started with a bang, with a packed house of diners at nearly every table for the first night of business. According to staffers at the site, […]

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Alleged coverup of contaminated College Point soil brought to light
Photo courtesy of Tony Avella's office

Officials and College Point residents are looking for answers after fuel-contaminated soil was found and left unreported at the Linden Place Project of the College Point Industrial Park. Dr. James Cervino—a College Point marine pathologist and Community Board 7 (CB 7) member working as a consultant on the project—uncovered the contamination on a recent trip to […]

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Major airlines working with pols to end parking woes near JFK
THE COURIER/Photo by Angela Matua

BY RYAN HAAS Parking either within or near John F. Kennedy International Airport is no simple task, with many airport employees taking up coveted spots both in parking lots and on nearby streets. Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and Councilman Eric Ulrich are working with five major passenger and freight airline companies based at JFK to ensure proper […]

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Pols call for end to JFK employees parking on residential streets
THE COURIER/Photo by Angela Matua

Residents living near JFK International Airport say they’ve had enough of airport employees parking on residential streets and are asking local city and state representatives to do something about it.

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