A television debut, a shooting at the Queensbridge Houses and a historically all-boys school going co-ed were among the top 10 stories in Queens this week.
Queens residents are excited to see that the borough will get the Anthony Bourdain treatment this Sunday when the television host explores the cuisine and culture that make Queens the most diverse place in the country.
Queensbridge Houses, which recently celebrated one year without a shooting, was unfortunately the scene of one this week. A 39-year-old Woodside man died as a result.
Here are the top 10 stories on QNS this week:
- Anthony Bourdain will eat his way through Queens on Sunday’s episode of ‘Parts Unknown’
- Flushing’s Holy Cross High School announces it will go co-ed in 2018
- Police are looking for a Queensbridge Houses resident who shot a man in front of the development
- Church’s lawsuit against Catholic high school could doom a Middle Village charter school
- Duo that violently attacked employees at an Ozone Park bowling alley still at large
- Long Island City music teacher charged with sex trafficking and soliciting sex from minors
- A bowling alley and bar will open in Long Island City
- Can Sunnyside become the city’s newest transit hub – and be a solution to Penn Station’s woes?
- PHOTOS: Luxury condos to be built atop Flushing’s landmarked RKO Keith’s Theater
- City officials alarmed after immigration agent shows up at Maspeth school looking for student