MTA cites mammoth workload for the 2019 L train shutdown
Photo courtesy of Metropolitan Transportation Authority Flickr/Patrick Cashin

It’s going to be one “L” of a repair job. Representatives from the MTA presented a rundown of the extensive damage done to the nearly 100-year-old Canarsie Tunnel caused by Superstorm Sandy back in 2012, the work that needs to be done to repair it, and the viable options on how to get it done. […]

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Discuss the changing landscape of Long Island City at 3rd annual LIC Summit: Ideas and Impacts
Photo courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image

Join city, state and local elected and government officials, along with business and civic leaders to discuss the changing landscape of Long Island City. For the third year in a row, hundreds of professionals are gathering together in Long Island City for the LIC Summit: Ideas and Impacts, presented by LIC Partnership. This year the event […]

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PHOTOS: Star Network honors ‘Power Women’ in Queens
All photos: Star Network/Allen Ngai/Arthur DeGaeta

The most influential businesswomen and community leaders in Queens were honored Tuesday night at Star Network’s “Queens Power Women in Business” gala at Terrace on the Park. With close to 700 people in attendance, this year marked the 14th year of recognizing some of the most prominent women in business. QNS and The Queens Courier co-sponsored the event, […]

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Drunk naughty grandpa, angry hawk and 8 other popular stories in Queens this week
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It’s been an interesting week in the “World’s Borough.” A 69-year-old was arrested for DWI after he crashed into a Chase Bank in Bayside, and the suspect of a shooting on the Long Island Expressway turned out to be a spurned lover. Not surprisingly, the share of million-dollar homes in Queens is rising with neighborhoods such […]

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This man is responsible for stealing $3,778 from 6 bank accounts in Astoria and Brooklyn
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Police are searching for a man who withdrew a total of $3,778 from six different bank accounts across Astoria and Brooklyn in March and April. The suspect, described as a white male last seen wearing a dark-colored hat and a beard, is responsible for hitting up several banks across Queens and Brooklyn and using stolen credit cards to […]

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