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Contact QNS for all your local news and advertising needs.

QNS is powered by the journalists at the award-winning Queens Courier, TimesLedger, Courier Sun, Ridgewood Times, Times Newsweekly newspapers as well as BORO and LIC Magazines. Our print newspapers are the most widely circulated, covering the entire borough and targeted to specific neighborhoods and languages.

QNS provides the latest and most interesting information about Queens – be it breaking news, politics and education, or dining, nightlife, real estate and getting around. Our journalists’ award-winning work is complemented by real estate listings, the Home Pros directory, Best of the Boro and other interactive content. We are on Instagram, Facebook and other social channels, and we distribute a popular daily newsletter.

For story ideas and the editorial department, click here.

To submit a local event for our community calendar, click here.


QNS.com brings together a loyal and engaged local community that’s passionate about their neighborhood and life in Queens.

It is owned and operated by Schneps Media, a vast local publishing network of print and digital news and niche sites, lifestyle magazines, podcasts, events, and webinars. Connecting businesses and brands with audiences throughout New York City, Westchester, Long Island, and Philadelphia, Schneps reaches more people in more ways than anyone in the region.

For print advertising opportunities, rates and examples, as well as readership reach and demographics, click here.

For digital advertising opportunities, click here.

To place a classified advertisement including recruitment, home improvement or other categories call 718-260-2555 or click here.

To place a legal notice call 718-260-8307 or click here.

If you are a local real estate/home improvement professional interested in joining Home Pro Services, click here.

QNS also hosts powerful business networking events. To learn more about taking part in or sponsoring an event, click here.

Call 718-260-2564 to speak with a live representative now.

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