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Forest Hills Residents Fight to Keep Their Barnes & Noble Open

Nearly 2,500 people have already signed a petition urging the bookstore to stay open.

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Schools, Subway Kiosks and Security Cameras Win Funding in Central Queens

Nearly $700,000 will be allocated to pay for air conditioning at local schools.

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Officials Blast Plan to Send Forest Hills Students Out of Zone

Dozens of kids are wait-listed and will be sent to schools further away, parents said.

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2 New Schools Planned for Forest Hills, DOE Says

The DOE announced two new schools serving the Forest Hills area, but the sites are still tentative.

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Parents Furious Forest Hills Schools Don't Have Room For Their Kids

A number of parents said that their children were placed far from their zoned schools.

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Streets With 2 Names Cause 'Chronic' 911 Problems, Official Says

A 911 call made in Forest Hills was delayed because the operator couldn't find the address.

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Forest Park Getting Playground Upgrades and New Walkways In $7.7M Revamp

The projects will include sidewalk repairs, new asphalt paths and playground upgrades.

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Street Fair Seeks to Boost Bond Between Police and Forest Hills Residents

The 112th Precinct Community Council is organizing its first ever street fair on April 12.

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NYPD Promotes Forest Hills Precinct Commander to Deputy Inspector

Captain Judith Harrison will be promoted to Deputy Inspector Friday.

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Central Queens Residents Can Vote for More Bus Trackers or a Park Trail

Central Queens r esidents will soon get to vote on 13 projects in their neighborhoods.

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Koslowitz Hopes to Help Turn Queens Blvd. Into 'Boulevard of Life' With $1M

Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz set aside funds for a study to determine how to make the street safer.

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Bill Would Force Landlords to Pay for Displaced Tenants' Temporary Shelter

Councilwoman Margaret Chin wants landlords of unsafe buildings to pay for tenants to live elsewhere.

Kew Gardens »

Reckless Drivers Spark Fear Among Stroller-Pushing Moms

Dozens of complaints have been logged about reckless drivers in Kew Gardens and Forest Hills.

Rego Park »

'Green' Playground Featuring Fitness Station and Murals Opens in Rego Park

The playground, at J.H.S. 157 Stephen A. Halsey, was designed with the help of students.