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The neighborhood known as Jamaica, New York, is an area just inside the borough of Queens. While there is no relation to the Caribbean nation of Jamaica, the New York verson was named "Jameco" initially, by Native Americans. The word meant, "Beaver" in the Lenape language. Several rappers and hip-hop music artists have called Jamaica Queens home, including: 50 Cent, A Tribe Called Quest, Ja Rule, Lloyd Banks, and all three members of Run DMC. Ron Artest and Lamar Odom also hail from here.

Population: 216866
Local Newspapers: Jamaica News Papers
Local Sports Teams: New York Mets
Local Colleges: York College St John's University

Zip Codes associated with jamaica, new york: 11405 11411 11412 11413 11414 11415 11415 11416 11417 11418 11419 11420 11421 11422 11423 11426 11427 11428 11429 11430 11432 11433 11434
Towns/Cities near jamaica, new york : Elmont Floral Park St Albans Woodhaven Valley Stream East Elmhurst Flishing

Jamaica News
Incidence and Prevalence of Major Neurologic Disorders

Somnath Pal, BS , MBA, PhD Professor of Pharmacy Administration College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, St. John's University Jamaica, New York Twenty million Americans experience some form of neuropathy, and 16% of U.S. households contain an individual with brain impairment. According to the Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics, 35.8% of persons aged 85 years and older have moderate or severe memory impairment.

Prayer breakfast to focus on crime

The Reverend Astor Carlyle, head of the Webster Memorial United Church, is to deliver the main message at the annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast slated for this morning at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. The breakfast has been preceded by a Week of Prayer in which leaders from various sectors of the society were prayed for on select days.

DOT Plans Median Bike Lanes on Eastern Section of Atlantic Avenue

Raised median bike lanes are slated for a stretch of Atlantic Avenue crossing the Brooklyn-Queens border, in a project NYC DOT presented last week to Queens Community Board 9 [ PDF ]. Atlantic Avenue is one of four major streets slated for design overhauls in the de Blasio administration's $250 million "Vision Zero Great Streets" initiative .

a Scandal is Revealed in Mad as Hell at Jermyn Street Theatre

Documenting the scandalous relationship between Peter Finch and Eletha Barrett in Hollywood, Cassie McFarlane's Mad As Hell will continue Jermyn Street Theatre's Spring Scandal Season. A battle between race and prejudice and the courage of love, Mad As Hell will reveal for the first time how the backdrop to Finch's iconic performance was as fiery as the role he played.

Envisioning a walkable downtown Jamaica

Hope Knight took the helm of the development corporation for Jamaica, Queens, in 2015 - the same year New York City invested $150 million to help revitalize the transit-rich neighborhood. Knight aims to create jobs, retail and housing through several large real estate projects in the central business district and more manufacturing activity in an industrial zone roughly 3 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

CARIBBEAT: He gives big bucks for his Jamaican alma mater

Groundbreaking in 2017 for the Noel Spencer Family Interscholastic Fitness Center, which is scheduled to open on the Melbourne Campus of Kingston College in February. For business owner Noel Spencer and many other Jamaicans living in the diaspora, thoughts of their island home - and their high school - are life-long undertakings.

Special needs school to benefit from National Prayer Breakfast

Randolph Lopez School of Hope, which caters to students with special needs, will be the beneficiary of funds raised at this year's National Leadership Prayer Breakfast . The former School of Hope has branches in Kingston, Portland and St Thomas.

Suspect wanted for randomly punching 70-year-old on subway

The 70-year-old man was struck in a Manhattan-bound E train as it was stopped at the Sutphin Boulevard station in Jamaica about 7 a.m. Dec. 16. The attacker then rushed off without saying a word, cops said. Authorities are investigating whether the assault was part of the "knockout game" - in which an attacker randomly sucker punches a stranger with the goal of knocking the person into unconsciousness.

in Re: Catalina a. (Anonymous). Administration for Children's Services

RADIX JOSEPH J. MALTESE, JJ.Zachary W. Carter, Corporation Counsel, New York, N.Y. , for appellant. Center for Family Representation, Jamaica, N.Y. , for respondent.

West African Delights in Chelsea - and Other Cheap Eats

This is th e next edition of Three Great Cheap, a weekly series from critic Robert Sietsema that seeks to find and popularize New York City's cheapest and most interesting food in the five boroughs and beyond. Also consult the compact guide and map 60 Cheap Eats Destinations You Should Know About in NYC .

Bite-Sized: Morsels of food news

Ya Ya's House Southern Cuisine, which lost its lease on Lafayette Street in downtown Schenectady after just one year because the building's owner thought the restaurant fried too much food, will reopen in the first week of February on Stratton Plaza, by the back entrance to Proctors. It closed at 170 Lafayette on Feb. 1 of last year.

Far Rockaway branch changes

Because of Long Island Rail Road track work at Penn Station, the Far Rockaway branch will have two changes to its regular schedule through May 28, LIRR officials said. The 8:10 a.m. train from Far Rockaway, which currently makes all local stops to Valley Stream, then Jamaica, Kew Gardens, Forest Hills and Penn Station, will be rerouted to Hunterspoint Avenue, where it will arrive at 9:04 a.m. This train will not stop at Kew Gardens or Forest Hills.

J'cans in US list high murder toll as major concern for 2018

Not surprisingly, and not for the first time, Jamaicans across the United States have identified the country's astronomical murder statistics as "their most pressing concern" as another new year begins. "With more than 1,600 homicides in their country last year, and with the numbers for this year already in double digits, the situation is having a debilitating effect on Jamaicans here," said Dr Robert Clarke, president of the umbrella National Association of Jamaica and Supportive Organisations .

Late to the train, a new fan of the LIRR

Since the day I got my junior license at age 16 in the late 1950s, I have been a driving fool. If you asked me directly or just hinted, I would take you to the airport, to the beach, to Montauk or anywhere you needed to go.

Ward Theatre and city Kingston a " A personal memoir

The future of Kingston is linked to the Ward Theatre, and if we succeed with this effort at restoration it will give oxygen to Kingston's rebuilding. I was born "under the clock", love the Ward and my city's narrow lanes, so permit me to be self-referential.

Sylvia's isn't the only Harlem spot to score great comfort food

Harlem has long been one of Manhattan's most independently-minded neighborhoods, and that spirit is strong near the main artery of 125th St., where the B line stops at St. Nicholas Ave. These three nearby restaurants are all run by smart entrepreneurs who have kept it local. Sylvia's Restaurant also offers tempting sides like the mac and cheese and collard greens that server Da Shona Johnson is showing off.

The Caribbean American Story

The good thing about coffee table books is they don't necessarily need to be strong on academic rigour or gratuitous precision. Find a catchy title, a strong cover, bite-sized anecdotes or factoids and strong enough photographs to help keep the pages turning and the chatter going.

Jah Jah provides for Bryce Primary

The Jamaicans Abroad Helping Jamaicans at Home Foundation recently made a donation of classroom furniture and other items to the Bryce Primary School in North East Manchester. According to a news release, 100 desks, 100 chairs, smart boards, chalkboards and a 20-piece drum set, all valued at more than $700,000 were handed over.

NYC seeks renewal of permit to tap groundwater shared with LI

The 10-year permit would allow the city to access 68 wells and draw up to 62 million gallons daily to help serve its 9 million customers. Officials on Long Island worry that allowing NYC to pump water from wells in Queens, such as this one in Laurelton shown in 2014, could affect water supplies here.

Pythian Market announces three more vendors

Ancora Pizzeria, 14 Parishes and Central City BBQ are the latest restaurants to join the growing list of food vendors at the Pythian Market, slated to open in early 2018 in the CBD. Pythian Market announced three restaurants that will have booths in the food hub when it opens early next year.

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