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MTA Work Delays Manhattan-Bound E and F Trains from Queens

Subway riders in Queens may need to give themselves extra time to make it into Manhattan, due to a big MTA project starting this weekend.

Maintenance on the Queens Boulevard Line will take the Manhattan-bound E and F local track out of service. Read more: NY1


FDNY: Poorly Disposed Cigarettes Cause of Queens Apartment Fire

City fire marshals say carelessly discarded cigarettes are to blame for a fast moving fire in Queens late Friday that sent a woman to the hospital.

The New York City Fire Department says it broke out around 11:15 a.m. in the bedroom of a fourth floor apartment located at 153-25 88th Street in Lindenwood. Read more: NY1 


Sea lion boys club at the Queens Zoo gets new members 

The sea lion pool at the Queens Zoo is still an all-boys club, but there are some new kids in town.

Phineus and Taylor, two young sea lions, are now sharing the pool with long-time resident, Butch. Read more: Daily News

 

Plea deal in Qns. deli slay

A Queens man pleaded guilty yesterday to a reduced charge for killing a hardworking deli owner who tried save his brother during a botched robbery. Read more: New York Post 

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