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The new site is a 7,500-square-foot former industrial building at 38-29 24th St.

East Elmhurst »

The first African-American borough president of Queens died earlier this month in California.

Kew Gardens »

Marshall served three four-year terms as Queens borough president. 

Elmhurst »

The level one trauma center has seen a 33 percent spike in patients since other Queens hospitals closed

Kew Gardens »

The borough president says she would like to see a monument to the accomplishments of women replace it.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Station on 94th Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard celebrated its 100th birthday Wednesday.

Astoria »

More than 50 Queens restaurants are participating in Queens Restaurant Week, which kicked off Monday.

Astoria »

City Councilwoman Melinda Katz won the Democratic primary for Queens borough president.

Jackson Heights »

The two former City Council colleagues are the top Democrats in what was a crowded field.

Corona »

The bill, proposed by state Sen. Jose Peralta, would allocate more tourism dollars to the boroughs. 

Kew Gardens Hills »

Caterina Curatolo of Kew Gardens Hills allegedly stole more than $87,000 in benefits and services.

Astoria »

As borough president, though, Peter Vallone would be more like a cheerleader, he said.

Kew Gardens »

The area where the statue once stood is surrounded by a graffiti-covered fence.

Long Island City »

Helen Marshall approved the developer's application to build two residential towers at the site.

Sunnyside »

McCaffrey represented Woodside, Sunnyside and Long Island City from 1985 to 2001.