The playground, at J.H.S. 157 Stephen A. Halsey, was designed with the help of students.
The garage was shuttered Wednesday, but warnings had come as early as September 2013.
P.S. 101 parents are angry that science teacher Richard Parlini is being allowed back into the school.
Locals are invited to participate in a series of upcoming “neighborhood assemblies.”
The college moved from Jackson Heights to Forest Hills this summer.
The new art space on 63rd Drive features pictures of the neighborhood.
Students at Queens Gateway accused their principal of disproportionately raising senior dues.
Some dog owners want a permanent dog run in Yellowstone Park, while other locals oppose the move.
The investors said they developed a new plan because they had not been able to sell the building so far.
The project also improved electrical and signal installations at the station.
Forest Hills concert organizers also met with local residents to address their concerns.
Transportation Alternatives is asking the CBs to back the study and safety enhancements on the road.
A bidder for the former hospital has not been able to close the sale, officials said.
The developer was trying to expel the Ohr Natan Synagogue.
Gertrude Schnabel, 84, lost part of her leg crossing Queens Bouelvard on Jan. 15.
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