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Forest Hills Luxury Condo Building Adds 3-Bedroom Units

Demand for larger homes led the developer of The Aston to add three-bedroom units.

Elmhurst »

Homeless Shelter Residents Bused to the Movies Ahead of Protest

Residents were sent to watch "How to Train Your Dragon 2" as 550 people protested Pan Am shelter.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Group Raising Funds to Add Date to Popular Free Jazz Series

The "Jazz Thursdays" series is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.  

Forest Hills »

Relative of 82-Year-Old Hit on Queens Blvd. Plans Cross-Country Bike Trip

Ed Finkenberg hopes to bring attention to traffic safety issues in the wake of Rosa Anidjar's death.

Elmhurst »

Pan Am Hotel Quietly Reopens as Homeless Shelter

The owner of the building also owns other shelters across the city.

Kew Gardens »

Plaque Sparks War of Words Over Civic Virtue Statue

A group trying to bring back the "Civic Virtue" statue says its new caretakers are rewriting history.

Forest Hills »

Man Sexually Assaults Woman in Her Apartment Building, NYPD Says

A man attacked a woman in her Forest Hills building Tuesday, police said.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Police Looking for Missing Retired Firefighter

John Gorman, 79, suffers from dementia, police said.

Forest Hills »

Woman Fatally Struck on Queens Blvd Was Walking Home From Synagogue

Rosa Anidjar, 82, was not carrying identification when she was struck, making it hard to identify her.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Group Wants to Bring Music to MacDonald Park

The Friends of MacDonald Park will host musical performances in the park on May 25.

Elmhurst »

International Soccer Star 'El Pibe' to Visit Queens Center Mall

Carlos Valderrama will be at the mall on Saturday to meet with fans. 

Bed-Stuy »

Smiling Hammer-Wielding Mugger Suspected in 3 Attacks, Police Say

The suspect attacks victims with a silver hammer, police say.

Sunnyside »

Queens Blvd. 'Slow Zone' Won't Actually Have Lower Speed Limit

The DOT said the roadway's speed limit will remain at 30 miles per hour, according to a spokesman.

Long Island City »

City to Launch 'Arterial Slow Zones' on Northern and Queens Boulevards

The initiative will knock down the speed limit from 30 to 25 mph on Northern Blvd.

Elmhurst »

Popular New Jersey Filipino Grocery and Eatery Expands to Elmhurst Location

Fried pork knuckles, turon and longanisa are all served in the store's back grill.