Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer
The signs on a street in Sunnyside, Queens make it clear that it is for one-way traffic only, but some drivers are ignoring it.
Marc Newman blames construction for the East Side Access Project — an $11 billion new railroad, blasting and tunneling across Queens and under Manhattan — with rattling and ripping apart his refrigerator business.
New York state Sen. Mike Gianaris and Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer have demanded changes at what they’re calling a dangerous off-ramp following a fatal car accident.
Police said a neighbor noticed that the front door of the Sunnyside home had been pried open and called police.
Neighbors and the local city councilman have called on the city to step up its efforts, as a park in Woodside, Queens remains overrun with rats.
In Queens, there has a problem lately with pigeons – and pigeon droppings – at several elevated subway stations.
A New York City Councilman joined residents of the Sunnyside section of Queens Saturday to protest the noise caused by the East Side Access construction project for the Long Island Rail Road.
Is it gaudy green or the new rave? An historic New York City park has been repainted and some are stunned by the break with tradition.
There will be no service on the 7 line between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square from 11:45 p.m. on Friday through 5 a.m. Monday.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said in the last week there were two accidents at the intersection of Laurel Hill Boulevard and 61st Street in Woodside, a suggested “safe route.”
Protesters rallied Thursday hoping to block a request by the Gypsy Rose for the state to renew its liquor license.