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Woodside »

Woodside Leaders Search for Hit-and-Run Driver

Officials said the victim, who was struck early Thursday on Queens Boulevard, has yet to be identified.

Woodside »

Man Seriously Injured in Woodside Hit-and-Run, Police Say

The man was trying to cross Queens Boulevard at 60th Street, police said.

Jackson Heights »

Serial Queens Bank Robber Fakes Cellphone Calls During Hold-Ups, NYPD Says

The suspect dons a Yankees hat and demands cash, police said.

Forest Hills »

Teacher Arrested for Drunk Crash Was Nearly 4 Times Alcohol Limit: Sources

Lauren Barnes was arrested Monday morning after smashing her car into a parked truck.

Rego Park »

Nightlife and Restaurants Are a Bust in Booming Rego Park

The neighborhood is attracting new residents, but lacks places to hang out.

Elmhurst »

Penthouses with Roof Decks Coming to Former Hospital

The Queens Boulevard building will begin leasing residential and commercial space "soon," a report says.

Elmhurst »

Fake Cabbie Arrested After Attacking Mom and 3 Kids, Police Say

Pedro Vargas, 46, is charged with assault in the violent Elmhurst attack, police said.

Forest Hills »

Demand for Scarce 3-Bedroom Apartments Surging in Central Queens

The number of three-bedroom apartments in Central Queens is very limited, experts say.

Jackson Heights »

Speed Limit on Roosevelt, Metropolitan Avenues to be Lowered to 25 MPH

Two Queens streets have been selected for the latest round of the city's arterial slow zone program.

Forest Hills »

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.

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