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Convicted Killer Who Escaped Psych Hospital Out on Bail After Gun Charge

Raymond Morillo was released on $75,000 bail this week, the Department of Corrections said. 

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Convicted Killer Who Escaped from Creedmoor Arrested Again on Gun Charge

Raymond Morillo, 33, was arrested in Corona for carrying a loaded gun near rival gang's turf.

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Woman Bites Rapist Who Attacked Her in Corona, Police Say

The suspect sprayed the woman with an unknown substance before attacking her on 45th Avenue.

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City Council Approves Bill for Municipal ID Cards

The program is expected to open registration by the end of this year. 

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Thief Snatched iPhone From 7 Train Rider, Police Say

The suspect fled at the Junction Boulevard station, according to police.

Corona »

Corona Youth Orchestra To Perform Concert at Queens Museum

More than 150 kids will perform and sing at the museum on Dec. 13.

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Police Find Body Inside Corona Home

The body was found early Sunday morning.

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Rescue Workers Stole Over $300K From Corona Ambulance Corps, AG Says

A pair of first responders allegedly took $330,000 from the Corona Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

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New School to Add Hundreds of Seats for Overcrowded Corona District

The new building should house 540 to 600 students when it reaches full capacity by 2017.

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Queens and Bronx Lose Their City Immunization Clinics

The Health Department plans to close the walk-in clinic in Corona at the end of the month.

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Citi Field Hosts First Fan Sleepover

Spend the night at Citi Field for the stadium's first-ever sleepover.

Jackson Heights »

Colombian Independence Day Parade Marches Through Jackson Heights

The annual Colombian Independence Day Parade marched through Jackson Heights on Sunday.

Corona »

Queens' Only Roller Coaster Gets Snake-Inspired Name

The borough's only roller coaster was named the Corona Cobra Coaster after a citywide contest.

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