Counting Down to New York Census Battle

Results Show Growth of Only 1,300 Residents in Queens Over the Last Decade Since the 2010 Census results on New York’s population were released, the…

Volunteers Needed for Tree Planting

Volunteers Needed for Tree Planting

  MacDonald Park along Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills was always lush with trees. After the tornado last September, all that remained were tree stumps…

Graffiti Charges Color NYPD Efforts

Graffiti Charges Color NYPD Efforts

The police of the 104th Precinct continue to paint the town with graffiti arrests as the Queens District Attorney’s office backs them up. The latest…

Aqueduct Casino on the Fast Track

By the end of summer, New Yorkers won’t have far to go for a little gambling. Last Thursday, Genting announced its condensed opening schedule for…

Work Begins on Jamaica Avenue El

Work Begins on Jamaica Avenue El

The eyesore hanging over Jamaica Avenue in Woodhaven will finally get a much-needed scrub down as work begins this Saturday. The elevated tracks that carry…

Under the Shadow of Hate

On Wednesday morning a resident returning from Waldbaum’s in the Lindenwood section of Howard Beach noticed something hanging from a tree limb on the street…

Fighting Tickets Just a Click Away

New Yorkers have a new way to contest parking tickets and other city fines. Go online. In a press conference on Monday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg…