Bayside parents blast Carranza over school sex assault and other woes

A contentious education town hall for District 26 parents abruptly¬†ended after about 40 minutes on Jan. 16 after Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza refused to address the father of a teen who was sexually assaulted at M.S. 158 in Bayside. Hundreds of concerned parents attended the standing-room-only event at M.S. 74 in Bayside, which began with […]

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Plans for promised Bellerose community reading garden move forward

Plans are finally moving forward for a Bellerose reading garden the city had promised the community back in 2014. On Dec. 5, elected officials, the Parks Department, P.S. 133 leadership and community and civic leaders announced the next steps for the Bellerose Community Reading Garden project that will lie adjacent¬†to the Bellerose Playground and P.S. […]

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Election 2019: Early voting period in New York City remains open through Nov. 3

The early voting period got underway in Queens on Saturday and continues through Sunday, Nov. 3, in the lead-up to the Nov. 5 municipal elections. The eight days of early voting makes it easier for voters whose professional and family obligations make it difficult to physically get to the polls, as well as reduce waiting […]

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