Lindenwood

Lindenwood Talks About Bus Changes

The May meeting of the Lindenwood Alliance led to further discussion among residents over the recent proposals by the MTA to modify bus routes in…

Ten Years of Queens Taste

Ten Years of Queens Taste

It’s been a decade of flavor for Queens Taste. The annual event lets attendees try a morsel of food from restaurants all around the borough….

Ulrich Announces State Senate Bid

  In a shocking announcement at 10 this morning, Republican City Councilman Eric Ulrich posted a video saying he will challenge Democrat Joe Addabbo for…

Queens Library Loans Free E-readers

Queens Library Loans Free E-readers

The Queens Public Library is introducing a pilot program that will allow people to rent e-readers from its central branch in Jamaica. The program, which…

Autism Awareness Raised in Lindenwood

Autism Awareness Raised in Lindenwood

Armed with determination, Lindenwood teen Shyanna Constantino put together a plan to raise money for New York Families for Autistic Children and her sister Kaylene…

CEC 27 Talks Special Ed Reform

CEC 27 Talks Special Ed Reform

Members of Community Education Council 27 (CEC) discussed changes to how special education will affect the way a child with special needs will learn in…

Sales Tax Slashed, Exemption Begins

In a move that will save tax payers millions of dollars, New York State will remove the four percent sales tax on clothing, footwear and…

Budget May Pass on Time

Budget May Pass on Time

New Yorkers might not have to wait months past the deadline to see their budget this year. Governor Andrew Cuomo, along with Senate Majority Leader…

Scoring Walbaum’s

Scoring Walbaum’s

More than one month ago, The Forum began a series of articles that were highly critical of the operation of the Waldbaum’s supermarket on Cross…