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MIDDLE VILLAGE YOUNG PEOPLE NOT WORKING
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MIDDLE VILLAGE-has more young people not working between 22 years of age to 40 years of age. They mostly live with their parents or parent. Imagine no guidance, no retirement plans, just existing d...
Over-packing Your Car Can Make Driving More Dangerous
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Packing Your Car Wisely for Vacations With warmer weather here and children out of school, many people are taking to the road for vacation trips. While you want to be sure you pack what you need to...
What Employers Should Know About Retaliation Claims
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by Stephen D. Hans Retaliation Claims May Include Emotional Distress Damages A precedent has been set in relation to retaliation claims brought against employers. Two courts of appeals, the Sixth a...
Workers’ Compensation in New York—What You Need to Know—Part One
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by   Pyrros & Serres LLP You’ve been hurt on the job in the state of New York. You’ve heard from others that you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. But what does that mean? How does th...
What You Should Know About Construction Job Vehicle Accidents in New York
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by   Sackstein Sackstein & Lee, LLP Unsafe Conditions Can Lead to Serious Construction Job Vehicle Accidents Construction job motor vehicle accidents often occur due to OSHA violations.  Many diffe...

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McCreesh passes the BFHA torch
Janet McCreesh, the 29th president of the Broadway-Flushing Homeowners Association (BFHA), has officially passed the gavel to her successor Kevin Morris. "It has been my honor to serve as president...
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Northeast Queens leaders honored with Liberty Medal
Last week, a local civic activist and longtime youth sports leader were awarded the Liberty Medal, the highest civilian honor given by the New York State Senate. Bob Harris, a founder of the Queens...
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Flushing Library celebrates 20 years since renovation
Since its reopening in 1998, Flushing Library has provided millions of visitors with numerous services and programs. Earlier this month, the library marked its 20th anniversary since its renovation...
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Whitestone residents want to rezone 6th Road
Manufacturing uses clash with nearby homes
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Queens residents protest MCIs
More than 400 Queens residents attended a community forum to protest the state’s Major Capital Improvements (MCI) program for rent-stabilized apartments. The forum was lead by Woodside on the Move,...
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Pol allocates funding to LGBT Network in Queens
Organization will expand outreach, services throughout borough
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Despite weather, thousands enjoy fireworks at Fort Totten
No amount of rain or wind was going to hold back the fireworks at the fourth annual Independence Day celebration at Fort Totten. Thousands of Queens residents and visitors showed up last Wednesday ...
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Queens Chamber hosts largest business expo to date
Citi Field was abuzz last Thursday, but not necessarily with Mets fans. It was the Queens Chamber of Commerce’s annual business expo, which drew a record crowd to Flushing. According to organizers,...
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Transportation panel talks transit challenges at expo
Queens Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Thomas Grech likes to say that Queens is the place you used to travel through, and now it’s the place you travel to. As the borough grows in popularity ...
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Governor signs bill authorizing LaGuardia AirTrain
East Elmhurst residents oppose project
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Athletic league honors longtime volunteer
Frank Rizzo spent over three decades with HBQVB
Jun 19, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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QBG honors Grasso of Flushing Bank at Rose Gala
At its 23rd annual Rose Gala last week, the Queens Botanical Garden honored Flushing Bank chief operating officer Maria Grasso for her commitment to the Flushing community. Grasso has been in the b...
Jun 19, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend
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Fran Drescher talks to cancer survivors at NYPQ
Queens native shares tips on reducing health risks
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Flushing’s World Fair showcases local culture, business
Flushing highlighted all that the neighborhood has to offer at a three-day expo this past weekend. Borrowing the “World’s Fair” concept, the expo featured a food and culture crawl, walking tours, b...
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Fourth Totten: details announced for annual event
The Fourth Annual Independence Day Fireworks Show & Concert at Fort Totten will take place on June 27. Hosted by Councilman Paul Vallone and the Bayside Historical Society, the event draws thousand...
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