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13 Subway Lines Slated for Service Changes This Weekend

The 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, N, Q and S lines will all be impacted. 

Jackson Heights »

Business Owners Protest Proposed BID Expansion After Activists Endorse Plan

Queens Neighborhoods United rallied against the 82nd Street business improvement district.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights-Corona BID Board to Include Street Vendor, LGBTQ Reps

A community agreement will provide more votes and input from locals, organizers said.

Jackson Heights »

Taste Microwbrews, Momo Burgers and Paneer Sticks at Tibetan Restaurant

Little Tibet's late-night menu features a "chunk of meat" dish and a Tibetan burger.

Corona »

Trailers Used as Classrooms to be Removed at Queens School After Decades

One of the six trailers at P.S. 19, Marino Jeantet, dates back to 1987.

Jackson Heights »

Maybe Now You Can Get a Municipal ID After City Adds Staff to Shorten Wait

The IDNYC card program has seen overwhelming demand, so the city increased the program's capacity.

Jackson Heights »

Only 1 Worker Mans NYC ID Card Station Despite People Lined Up in Snow

Only one person was working to make appointments at the Jackson Heights location. 

Midtown »

12 Subway Lines Slated for Service Changes This Weekend

The 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, L, Q and Times Square Shuttle are all affected.

Corona »

Dapper Thief Stole Gold Charms from Queens Shops, Police Say

The alleged thief grabbed charms at shops in Queens. 

Elmhurst »

68-Year-Old Man Hit in Face at Roosevelt Avenue Subway Station, Police Say

The victim was hit after a fight at the station's turnstiles, police said. 

Corona »

Jackson Heights-Corona BID Vote Temporarily Delayed, Director Says

The ballot counting process has been put on hold until 2015.

Woodside »

Fire Tears Through Four Storefronts in Woodside, Officials Say

Flames erupted at 38-05 69th St. in Woodside Wednesday morning, officials said.

Elmhurst »

Plan Nixed to Unite Roosevelt Avenue Under One Precinct

Sen. Jose Peralta suggested the lines be redrawn to have one precinct patrol Roosevelt Avenue.

Jackson Heights »

Warm Up With Hearty Tibetan Soups at New Roosevelt Avenue Restaurant

Spicy Tibet is owned by the same people who run Friends Corner Cafe, also on Roosevelt Avenue.

Jackson Heights »

Residential Tower With BQE Views Planned for Jackson Heights

The plans for a 15-story apartment building were filed Dec. 1, according to a report.