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Bicyclist Fatally Struck by Ambulette in Flushing, Police Say

A bike rider was killed by a Chelsea Express Transportation ambulette on Wednesday, police said.

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Navy Vet Tries to Make Chinese Takeout 'Cool' in Jackson Heights

Chefs from Saw Shack have worked at restaurants around the city, including Zen Palate. 

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Bruson Building Reconstruction Will Begin Soon, Owner Says

The 37th Avenue building has been shuttered since an April fire caused by overloaded power strip.

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Peruvian Pride on Display in Jackson Heights Parade

Hundreds came out on Sunday for the city's first Peruvian parade on 37th Avenue.

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Frank's Pharmacy Moving to Nearby Space After Massive Fire

The pharmacy is moving into the former Maram's Pharmacy space. 

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Seek Alternate Routes to Queens Gay Pride Parade With 7 Train Out

The 7 train won't run from Manhattan to the 74th Street station, which could impact Queens Pride.

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Former Scientist Trades England for Jackson Heights

Math Matters has expanded to include two centers in Jackson Heights and one in Corona. 

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Open Door Helped Fuel Fire That Destroyed Bruson Building: Source

Businesses were struggling to pick up the pieces after the fire.

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Programs Displaced by Bruson Building Blaze Looking for New Home

The Queens Community House ran four popular programs at the building, used by 300 residents a day.

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Bruson Building Fire Sparked by Overloaded Power Strip, FDNY Says

The fire broke out on April 21 and was electrical, the fire department said. 

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Fire-Damaged Bruson Building Doesn't Have to Be Torn Down, Officials Say

The building is secure despite a heavily-burned roof and back wall, the Department of Buildings said.

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Massive Jackson Heights Fire Not Suspicious, Source Says

Several small businesses and restaurants were affected by the blaze Monday evening.

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Polling Places Restored in Jackson Heights After Voter Complaints

The locations were removed two years ago after officials found they weren't ADA compliant.

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Locally Shot Film Makes Queens Debut 20 Years After Filmmaker Died

"The House That Jack Built" was written by Joe Vásquez, who died in 1995.

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Perfume Shop Owner Hopes Sweet Smell of Success Wafts to Jackson Heights

The owner traveled around the world before settling in as a perfume salesman in the 1990s.

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