FEMA Funding Approved for Queens

The December blizzard that choked mobility in Queens for almost a week and the seemingly endless, record-breaking January snowfall has been plowed into the past…

Give Me a Break!

Another axe fell on two more corrupt New York City politicians last week. State Senator Carl Kruger and Brooklyn Assemblyman William Boyland, Jr., of Brooklyn,…

SUVs Are New Targets as Car Thefts Rise

New targets, along with new methods, have given Queens police precincts a challenge in apprehending would-be auto thieves. City records show a 20 percent increase…

Study Shows Bank Avoid Queens

Study Shows Bank Avoid Queens

A new study conducted by Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-Kew Gardens) shows the number of banks in the city is rising—a good sign of economic recovery….

Helping Japan In a Time of Need

A 9.0 earthquake, subsequent tsunami and aftershocks off the coast of Japan have left the country in turmoil. The death toll is expected to be…

Forest Park Carousel Still Silent

Forest Park Carousel Still Silent

Despite the many amenities and recreational opportunities offered throughout Forest Park’s 500 acres, there is still one item visitors can’t enjoy—the historic Forest Park Carousel….