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REBNY Head Notes RE Market Recovery Signs

The Long Island City Business Development Association's fourth annual real estate breakfast featured a speaker who presented the case for real estate interests forcefully. More...

El Paquetazo Offers English, Spanish Choices For New Yorkers

Time Warner Cable's New York City Region has launched El Paquetazo, a digital video package with a mix of English and Spanish-language channels designed to appeal to a wide base of New York City's Latino residents. More...

200+ Kids Join In 29th Astoria Civic Assn. Bike Race

Astoria Civic Association members and volunteers spent weeks beforehand organizing and put in equal efforts on Sunday morning, May 17 to get ready for more than 200 children who turned out for the Astoria Civic Association bike race, despite less t More...

Queens Zoo Welcomes Holiday

Holiday, a brown domestic donkey, now makes his home at the Queens Zoo's Farm, but occasionally greets zoo-goers on his walks through the facility in Flushing Meadows- Corona Park. More...

The Pulpit

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Borough-Wide Blotter

104th Precinct Man Busted In Breakfast Bashing Police arrested a 31-year-old Queens man on May 17 after he assaulted a man at a Glendale diner. More...

Con Edison Invests $1.5 B In Summer '09 Electric Delivery

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. More...

Board 1 Votes To Deny Sidewalk Cafe Renewal

With the warm weather, sidewalk cafes beckon again with invitations to stop, sit and enjoy the day or evening. Pleasant open spaces, they generally add to the community. More...

AMNH Dinosaur Van Visits Most Precious Blood School

Third and fourth grade students at Most Precious Blood Parochial School in Long Island City went on a science adventure in their own schoolyard when the American Museum of Natural History Moveable Museum dinosaur van visited the school recently. More...

Queens Library Is Migration Policy Institute Finalist

The Migration Policy Institute named four winners and two finalists in its inaugural E Pluribus Unum Prizes for exceptional immigrant integration initiatives last week. More...

Tennis Anyone?

The New York Junior Tennis League has begun its annual spring program, offering free tennis to people ages 6 to18 at various locations throughout Queens. More...

Queens Health Coalition Holds Teen Convention

Three hundred Queens high school students recently enjoyed a day of free food, facts and fun, compliments of Comprehensive Prenatal and Perinatal Services Network, a project of the Queens Health Coalition (QHC), More...

Cops Pull ATMs From Flushing River

Working on a tip from a confidential informant, police divers last week pulled four ATM machines from the Flushing River. More...

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