Challenger Zephyr Teachout had a respectable showing, exposing some discontent with Cuomo.
State Sen. Tony Avella was the projected winner of the Democratic primary in the north Queens district.
While turnout is expected to be low, there are several interesting races in New York's neighborhoods.
The renovation of the Iron Triangle is just one of the projects planned for Corona and Flushing.
Briarwood residents say their station’s name — Briarwood/Van Wyck Blvd — is confusing.
A suit filed Monday says the approval for the Willets Point redevelopment project should be revoked.
The building, designed by famed architect John Russell Pope, served patients with tuberculosis.
The Queens Development Group is requesting $43 million in tax breaks from the city.
About half of the garbage tickets issued last year in Queens were in CB12.
Katz won big to replace Helen Marshall as Queens Borough President.
City Councilwoman Melinda Katz won the Democratic primary for Queens borough president.
Councilman Peter F. Vallone Jr.’s campaign sent fliers featuring a photo of state Sen. Tony Avella.
The State Senator has not endorsed the two remaining Democratic candidates.
Comrie said Katz had a proven track record of advocating for better schools and jobs.
Advocates for the Queens version of the High Line are preparing for a feasibility study on the project.
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