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Glendale Wants Its Own ZIP Code to Break Away From Ridgewood

Residents claim their neighborhood is being confused with nearby Ridgewood.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Student Receives Congressional Medal For Community Service

Soham Daga, 17, will attend Princeton University starting this fall.

Rego Park »

Queens Celebrates 'Thanksgivingukkah' With Latkes and Menorah Lighting

Jewish centers and delis in Central Queens are preparing for the Festival of Lights.

Flushing »

Queens Congresswoman Grace Meng Attacked and Robbed in D.C., Police Say

The freshman lawmaker was walking back to her apartment when she was mugged, police say.

Rego Park »

Historic Theater Housing Prominent Synagogue to be Demolished

New owners of a Queens Boulevard property plan to replace it with a high-rise.

Forest Hills »

Meng Backs Melinda Katz for Queens Borough President

The Queens congresswoman cited Katz's record in her endorsement.

Rego Park »

Rego Park Deli Names New Dish After Spelling Bee Champ

Ben’s Best Deli to name the new menu item of mini-knaidels after Queens student.

New York City »

Corruption 'Pervasive' in New York Politics, Says U.S. Attorney

Dan Halloran on New York politics: "Money is what greases the wheels... It's all about how much."

Elmhurst »

Grace Meng to Lead New Elmhurst Lunar New Year Parade

Rep. Grace Meng will be grand marshal of a new Lunar New Year parade in Elmhurst.

New York City »

Make Lunar New Year a School Holiday, Pols Say

Pols from large Asian communities are urging officials to make the Lunar New Year a school holiday.

New York City »

Christine Quinn Courts Women Power Brokers in DC

Rep. Carolyn Maloney told DNAinfo she thought Quinn would make a "terrific mayor."

Flushing »

Grace Meng's Father Arrested in Bogus Plot to Bribe Prosecutors

Former Queens Assemblyman Jimmy Meng allegedly tried to steal bribe money.

New York City »

Primary Turnout 'Pathetic' Despite Hot Races

Turnout in the primaries was low across the city, where fewer than 15 percent of voters cast ballots.

New York City »

New Yorkers Come Out to Vote in 2012 Congressional Primary

This year's congressional primary featured new blood and an old stalwart as New Yorkers came out to vote.

New York City »

Charlie Rangel Defeats Adriano Espaillat in Tough Primary Fight

Rep. Charlie Rangel's primary win paves the way for a 22nd Congressional term.

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