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Elmhurst »

Shelter Re-Applies for Contract Despite Unresolved Fire Safety Complaints

The open violations at the former Pan Am hotel include issues with the sprinkler system.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Precinct to Crack Down on Speeding Drivers

Drivers can expect increased enforcement in the area.

Elmhurst »

Embattled Pan Am Homeless Shelter Stays Open Despite Having Contract Denied

The Elmhurst shelter had its permanent contract denied by the comptroller's office Monday. 

Forest Hills »

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.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Baluchi's Remodeling After Being Closed Down by Health Dept.

The Indian restaurant is scheduled to reopen in the fall as a lounge-like restaurant.

Sunnyside »

Sample Tibetan Food Under the 7 Train at Annual 'Taste of Sunnyside'

The neighborhood food fest returns May 19 with more than two dozen local eateries participating.

Kew Gardens »

South Korean Coffee Shop Caffebene Opening in Kew Gardens

Caffebene is slated to open on Queens Boulevard, near Union Turnpike.

Woodside »

City Plans to Add Bike Lanes to Stretch of Queens Boulevard in $100M Revamp

The improvements are the first phase of redesign plans for the roadway, nicknamed "Boulevard of Death."

Forest Hills »

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.

Woodside »

Help Find Mary Tyler, a Beagle That Went Missing Day After Adoption

The dog managed to escape from her new owner during a walk on Queens Boulevard in Woodside on March 3.

Forest Hills »

Queens Yoga Studio Wants to Shake You Into Good Health With a 'Gong Bath'

In BambooMoves' "Gong bath," participants lie listening to a ringing gong, the owner said.

Forest Hills »

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.

Sunnyside »

Suffered Enough? Share Your 7-Train Horror Stories With DNAinfo

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is organizing a rally to protest poor service on the 7 line on Wednesday.

Forest Hills »

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.