Police on Monday were seeking two suspects in a string of robberies on the F Train in Jamaica, Queens.
The middle of October is a great time to find fall foliage, sure, as well as attend the city’s biggest food and wine festival, celebrate the special relationship among two unique neighborhoods, and/or find your perfect pumpkin.
Planned Parenthood is expanding in New York City with a clinic in Queens.
A man accused of squatting in a Queens home embroiled in an ongoing property claim dispute was arrested Tuesday.
Jennifer Merin said the home she spent so much time in as a child in Laurelton, Queens has been taken over by squatters who she claims filed a fake property deed with the city that claimed ownership.
Detectives said the body of 17-year-old Jonathan Graff, of Queens, was found by a man walking his dog in Spur Drive Park at around 4:15 p.m.
Prosecutors alleged Mejia-Ramos stabbed his wife Deisy Garcia to death, then hugged and kissed his two young daughters before setting them down on their bed and killing them too.
Neighborhoods around the city have seen a real estate boom, but the Bronx has lagged behind. Even so, change is happening in the most unlikely places.
A woman was arrested and charged Thursday with the deadly stabbing of a man in a Jamaica, Queens home.
It was a typical Wednesday morning rush at ‘Bagels For You’ on Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills, until a white delivery truck barreled into the front of the busy bagel shop where customers were sitting.
Police said a man with an active arrest warrant died in custody in Queens Wednesday afternoon, after developing difficulty breathing due to a medical condition.
The incident took place at around 10 a.m. at 76th Road and Queens Boulevard.
Police said the man came up to a 26-year-old woman and tried to talk to her, but when she refused and turned away, he grabbed her from behind and slashed her on her neck.
Police Tuesday evening were asking for help in finding a suspect who allegedly slashed a woman in the neck and seriously injured her in Jamaica, Queens.
A subcontractor digging in a Queens yard made an unexpected discovery Tuesday.