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Crossing Street Near Sunnyside School Like 'Playing Frogger,' Parents Say
Crossing Street Near Sunnyside School Like 'Playing Frogger,' Parents Say

Students from P.S. 343 rallied Monday to call for a traffic light on 47th Avenue at 42nd Street. Read More...

Queens Tourism Agency Gets $100K Boost to Promote the Borough
Queens Tourism Agency Gets $100K Boost to Promote the Borough

Assemblywoman Margaret Markey gave the money to help promote Queens. Read More...

Citywide Ferry Service Won't Start Until Summer 2017
Citywide Ferry Service Won't Start Until Summer 2017

The city is expected to select a company to operate the ferry this winter, officials said. Read More...

Queens Kickshaw and Queens Comfort to Swap Chefs for Halloween-Themed Meal
Queens Kickshaw and Queens Comfort to Swap Chefs for Halloween-Themed Meal

The Astoria eateries will trade chefs for the event and mimic the cooking techniques of one another. Read More...

Where to Watch the Mets in Your Borough
Where to Watch the Mets in Your Borough

Here is a list of bars to watch the Amazins in case you haven't scored tickets to the playoffs.  Read More...

Airplane Noise in Jackson Heights Draws Hundreds to Town Hall
Airplane Noise in Jackson Heights Draws Hundreds to Town Hall

The FAA and Port Authority were at P.S. 69 on Sunday to listen to local complaints. Read More...

DOE's Recipe for Fixing Schools Lies in Partnerships Between Them
DOE's Recipe for Fixing Schools Lies in Partnerships Between Them

The DOE's Learning Partners Program matches up schools to help them learn from each other. Read More...

 

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