Richmond Hill

Giving Dignity With Charity

Giving Dignity With Charity

Handling hundreds of clients while managing dozens of on-site volunteers from the pre-dawn hours to midday can be enough to overwhelm anyone. Yet, Swami Durga Das,…

Protestors occupy the subway

Protestors occupy the subway

Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement protested outside the 74th Street-Broadway/Roosevelt Avenue Subway station in Jackson Heights on Nov. 17. The crowd of about 50…

Occupy Wall Street expands to Queens

Occupy Wall Street expands to Queens

A 74-year-old man from Rockaway, a 31-year-old woman from Maspeth, students, mothers, career activists and more than 100 others were opening their hands above their…

New Site Gathers Jobs, Sorts by Region

A new Jobs Express web site was recently launched to give New Yorkers an edge in their search for employment, announced Senator Joe Addabbo (D-Queens)….

Lindenwood Alliance Meets

Another well-attended meeting of the Lindenwood Alliance this week brought residents and community activists out in response to several local issues. The meeting was visited…

Officer Foils Video Game Theft

Officer Foils Video Game Theft

For his role in arresting a man involved in a late-night video game robbery last week, Officer William Chan of the 102nd Precinct was named…

Richmond Hill Man Admits to Stabbing

A 27-year-old Queens man has pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter for stabbing his roommate’s friend in the heart in January 2010, following a verbal misunderstanding…

Election Day Passes With No Surprises

Election day came and went in Queens on Tuesday with little fanfare and light turnout. District Attorney Richard Brown was reelected to his sixth consecutive…