Whitestone residents spent part of their Saturday afternoon passing around a petition and protesting a project that is being considered by the Department of Education.
A pedestrian was in critical condition Monday afternoon, after being struck by a car in Queens.
Residents of a Queens neighborhood have demanded action following a route change that is sending buses down a street so narrow that they barely fit.
She grew up in Whitestone, but now it’s off Germany to be a finance officer. It has always been important to her to serve.
Residents in the well-manicured neighborhood said the owner, Whitestone Jewels, stopped maintaining the grounds about a year ago.
Because Mike Baxter hasn’t begun to throw, Mets manager Terry Collins told Mets.com that a comeback “is a ways out yet.” Collins added that the pinch-hitter extraordinaire will need at least 25-30 Minor League at-bats before being recalled to Flushing.
Kenneth King, 41, was arrested Friday and charged with attempted rape and attempted sex abuse in the incident that allegedly took place Wednesday morning.
Clean-Up Continues At Abandoned Queens Lot Blamed As Breeding Ground For West Nile-Carrying Mosquitos
Giuseppe Totino, 86, was hospitalized for nearly two weeks and diagnosed earlier this month with West Nile, said his family physician, Dr. Joseph Mollura, of Whitestone.
After 1010 WINS’ Mona Rivera first reported the story, CBS 2 tracked down owner Pedro Somoza, who took full responsibility for the property and apologized to the family.
We like to bring you the stories of people who’ve found unique ways to make a living. Today, we introduce you to a man who pays the bills with nothing but a pair of tweezers – on his hands and knees.
Prosecutors are going to take more time to bring the case to a grand jury, so Mohamed Mamdouh’s next appearance in court won’t be until June 2.
Ahmed Ferhani, one of the two men accused in an alleged plot to attack Jews in New York City wanted to be a star, but the spotlight found him in a way he may never have anticipated.
Homeowners in Queens say they turned to the city for help and ended up with an expensive headache, as a call to 311 could end up costing them $5,000 or more.
Some residents on a quiet Queens street woke up to find their cars in flames.