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Admission to the specialized high schools would be based on schoolwork rather than tests.

Corona »

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

Richmond Hill »

Trailers will be removed by the end of this year, Katz said.

Pomonok »

The vigil was held Tuesday night at the 107th Precinct in Pomonok.

Jamaica »

The board of trustees voted to oust the library's CEO, Thomas Galante.

Jackson Heights »

Lonely Planet named Queens its top pick in its 2015 guide to the United States. 

Jamaica »

Six former trustees filed the lawsuit after Melinda Katz removed them from the board.

Jamaica »

The city will seek community input during a workshop scheduled for Nov. 22.

Rockaway Beach »

The boat, which began running in 2012 after Hurricane Sandy, was not permanently funded by the city.

Kew Gardens »

The money will be used for a number of domestic violence prevention and enforcement initiatives.

Upper West Side »

Protesters said it glorifies anti-Semitism, but the Met said political art should be free of censorship.

Kew Gardens »

Queens is the most ethnically diverse county in the US, and the second borough to use unique road signs.

Forest Hills »

The proposed QueensWay would feature a fitness station, food concessions and a rock climbing zone.

Jamaica »

Thomas Galante used library funds for Maroon 5 concert tickets and Mets great Mookie Wilson's autograph.

Astoria »

The City Planning Commission approved the 1,700-unit development. The City Council will vote next.