NYPD honors four officers who responded to the St. John’s University shooting
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Four police officers were honored for their heroic efforts to arrest three men involved in a St. John’s University shooting  earlier this month. The ceremony took place at the 107th Precinct Community Council meeting in Flushing on Tuesday night. Captain Paul A. Valerga, commanding officer of the 107th Precinct, presented the Cop of the Month award to Police Officers Navdeep […]

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Flushing has one of the highest chronic hepatitis B rates in the city, report finds
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More than 100,000 New Yorkers are infected with hepatitis B, and a large number of those battling the liver disease reside in Flushing. According to a city Health Department report released this week, Flushing has the second-highest rate of hepatitis B cases in the city, trailing only Sunset Park in Brooklyn, which has 744.8 cases per […]

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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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UPDATE: Howard Beach Dunkin’ Donuts robber also linked to two other heists in Flushing and Forest Hills
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UPDATED May 27, 9:35 a.m. This robber ran on Dunkin’ — and Carvel ice cream, too. A knife-wielding robber who held up a Dunkin’ Donuts shop in Howard Beach on Wednesday night hit two other eateries in Queens earlier this month, according to police. The most recent stickup occurred at 11:55 p.m. on May 25 inside the […]

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Flushing Meadows Corona Park is getting upgrades as part of $40 million city program
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The largest park in Queens has just been awarded a portion of the $40 million the Parks Department will pump into the city’s green spaces. Flushing Meadows Corona Park was chosen by city residents as one of eight parks to receive improvements as part of the Parks Without Borders program. According to the Parks Department […]

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