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Mad for Chicken franchise expands to Bayside’s Bell Boulevard

Are you Mad for Chicken? The popular franchise has flapped its wings, expanding to the heart of Bell Boulevard in Bayside. Residents are taking notice as they line up to taste the Korean-style fried chicken.  The owners, Sean Cho and Clinton Oh, opened Mad for Chicken on July 25 at 39-02 Bell Blvd., the former […]

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Applications open for several vacant seats on Queens Community Education Councils

BY JASMINE PALMA In anticipation of the coming school year, Acting Queens Borough President Sharon Lee announced Tuesday the start of the application process to fill six vacant positions on several of Queens’ Community Education Councils (CECs). The application is open to New York City residents who either reside, own a business or run a […]

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City’s new Cool Streets initiative coming to Sunnyside and South Richmond Hill

The city is creating cooling options on existing Open Streets, or “Cool Streets,” in the most heat-burdened communities for the summer. Sunnyside and South Richmond Hill will be two of the first neighborhoods to be tapped. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the initiative earlier this week as part of the city’s larger Cool It! NYC […]

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Whitestone company creates and distributes ‘Open’ signs to help promote Queens businesses

Venture Promotions, a custom graphics, marketing and sign business based in Whitestone, is creating something unique and specifically tailored to their clients’ needs: a large red sign that reads “Open for business,” as restaurants, retail stores and offices reopen to the public.   Venture Promotions is owned by Dice Garcia, who is the art director. Her […]

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Nolan holds early lead in western Queens Assembly race as challenger faces issues from Board of Elections

After the June 23 Democratic primary, longtime incumbent Catherine Nolan holds an early lead in the race for New York State Assembly District 37, over two challengers Mary Jobaida and Danielle Brecker. Nolan has 52 percent of the vote (or 4,314), while Jobaida holds almost 33 percent (2,711 votes) and Brecker holds about 15 percent (1,196 […]

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