Seniors should get a break from tolls while traveling to the Rockaways, lawmaker tells MTA
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Queens seniors deserve to travel to and from the Rockaways toll-free, according to one lawmaker. With summertime approaching and temperatures rising, more people will be heading out to the Rockaways to enjoy some fun in the sun. But, according to Assemblyman Mike Miller, seniors who frequently make their way out to the peninsula are taking a […]

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Here’s how Queens voted in Tuesday’s New York presidential primary
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The front-runners won over voters across Queens in Tuesday’s New York presidential primary. On the Democratic side, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton scored an easy victory in Queens over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, gaining more than 61 percent of the vote. Queens Republicans, meanwhile, turned out in droves to vote for billionaire celebrity Donald […]

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Woman allegedly violently attacked another female subway rider at south Queens A train
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A victim was beaten and bruised after an assault incident erupted on board a subway train heading to the Rockaways last month, police reported. Authorities said a female suspect confronted a 26-year-old female victim while they were boarding a southbound A train in the Howard Beach and Broad Channel area on March 28 at around 1:45 a.m. The […]

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Bayview Grille and Marina, beloved Broad Channel restaurant will finally reopen after Hurricane Sandy
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After being brought to its knees by Hurricane Sandy, this Queens restaurant is rising from the ashes. The October 2012 superstorm decimated many southern Queens neighborhoods. Businesses were destroyed, families were displaced from their homes, and infrastructure from subway tunnels and bridges to sidewalks crumbled. The rebuilding of these communities over the past four years has […]

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First-ever documentary about Jamaica Bay to premiere at Queens World Film Festival this week
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Sunnyside resident Dan Hendrick fell in love with Jamaica Bay 15 years ago, and he’s about to express that love in a new documentary set to be screened at the Queens World Film Festival this week. Growing up in Michigan, Hendrick spent a lot of time on his father’s boat, which cultivated his respect for […]

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