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East Elmhurst »

"I'm not impressed with him, but he deserves another chance," one voter said. 

Corona »

LeFrak City is predominantly black and Hispanic, and many voters are elderly or disabled, the suit says.

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland will not seek re-election this year. 

Financial District »

Activists were blocking traffic to call for a higher minimum wage for fast food workers, police said.

Flushing »

Soccer legend David Villa's academy will run for two weeks this summer at Queens College.

Corona »

Jessica Ramos said she got the cold shoulder from Democrats after the City Council speaker's race.

Jackson Heights »

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

Corona »

The mayor slipped on Sunday, saying the new soccer team will play in the Bronx, not Queens.

Corona »

Despite soccer's popularity, Hispanic support for an MLS stadium remains divided, activists say.

Corona »

A lobbyist for Major League Soccer also sits on the board of the High Line.

Corona »

Neighbors and politicians marched Sunday to protest development plans at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

Ditmars »

P.S. 2 was disqualified as a polling place because it was not handicap accessible.

Corona »

Cars are being sold on the streets of Corona and nearby, taking up scarce parking spots, residents say.

Corona »

The school in Corona is operating at 120 percent of its capacity.