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About: jamaica, new york

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
These were the biggest Queens deals of the third quarter

Clockwise from top: 184-10 Jamaica Avenue, 59-02 Borden Avenue and 226th-228th Streets between 145th Road and 146th Avenue A quartet of industrial sites nabbed the top four spots for the biggest sales in Queens during the third quarter. The $78 million sale of Jamaica's Ideal Business Center topped the list.

Georgia cop's stolen gun found in Queens drug raid

For 10 months, undercover cops bought narcotics from drug dealers in several Queens neighborhoods, gathering evidence that would lead to the arrests and weapons seizures. A gun stolen from a law enforcement officer in Georgia was among the weapons recovered in an undercover drug operation that netted 13 arrests in Queens, officials said.

iCare, Sandals bring vision to western comxmunities

Contributed Evelyn Robinson , a resident of Sillington, St Elizabeth, poses in the new pair of glasses she received at the Great Shape! Inc. iCARE Clinic, held last week at the Cambridge United Church. Sharing in the moment is volunteer optician Heather Klatt.

August Wilson's Two Trains Running to Return to Jpac This Fall

The Anderson & Bert Cade Fulton Foundation, Andrea J. Fulton, Founder & Producer, in association with the Jamaica Performing Arts Center/JPAC, presents the return of August Wilson 's TWO TRAINS RUNNING. Ms. Fulton first presented TWO TRAINS RUNNING in the summer of 2016 as a free community offering to 40-seat audiences in Bed-Stuy's Fulton and Von King Parks as part of "August in August," an arts initiative created by the Fulton Foundation in partnership with Joseph Grant , Jr., the Arts and Cultural Ambassador of Councilman Robert E. Cornegy, Jr.'s Office in the 36th District in Brooklyn.

Daptone's The Frightnrs Find the 'Purple' Remedy on New Dub Track: Exclusive

The Frigthnrs formed to repurpose 1960's Jamaican rocksteady for the modern day, and they are extending this mission with their latest release More To Say Versions , out Oct. 20 via Daptone Records. The album contains deconstructed dub remixes of every song from the Queens band's 2016 debut album Nothing More To Say .

Queens man charged in Brooklyn sex attacks, officials say

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Queens developer planning 80-unit resi building in Jamaica

Queens developer Chung Lam intends to replace a one-story building in Jamaica with an 80-unit, nine-story residential building. The project at 148-18 Hillside Avenue would span 79,480 square feet, with the residential units taking up 71,909 square feet and the remaining 7,571 square feet taken up by commercial space, according to plans filed with the Department of Buildings on Wednesday.

Reservations Canceled at Kew Gardens Hotel Housing Homeless Men, Guests Say

Several guests who booked rooms at a hotel and luxury apartment tower in Kew Gardens where the city controversially began renting dozens of rooms to homeless people last month had their reservations abruptly cancelled, DNAinfo New York has learned. A Kew Gardens resident said three of his family members, who are visiting for his daughter's bat mitzvah this coming weekend, booked rooms at the Kew Gardens Comfort Inn several weeks ago.

Touching lives through eye care

Rev Gerald Emmanuel, pastor of the Cambridge United Church in Brompton, 15 miles west of here, was smiling from ear to ear when the Jamaica Observer Central visited last Friday. The reason for his delight was all around.

New STI policy by year end

The National Science, Technology and Innovation Policy is expected to be promulgated before the end of the year. Senior advisor in the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology, Trevor Forrest, said the policy aims to foster a dynamic culture of innovation and unleash more of the nation's creative potential.

Queens man on life support after getting punched, robbed by teens

A 72-year-old Queens man who was sucker-punched by a cruel teen whose buddy swiped his cellphone remained in the hospital in critical condition Wednesday - breathing through a tube - as police corralled his suspected attackers, police and relatives said. "He's still on life support," Faisel Hassan said of his critically injured cousin Mohammad Alam.

Death of homeless man found unconscious in Queens ruled homicide

A homeless man was found unconscious on Jamaica Ave. in Queens on July 2. He died two days later from a massive head wound. The death of a homeless man found sprawled out unconscious on a Queens street has been deemed a homicide, police said Wednesday.

Guest Editor | National Cancer Registry to produce first report in 2018

Come 2018, Jamaicans should be one step closer to finding out how many persons have been diagnosed with cancer as the National Cancer Registry is expected to produce its first report that year. Director of Non-Communicable Diseases and Injuries Prevention in the Ministry of Health Dr Tamu Davidson-Sadler says that they are now collecting data from the four regions in an effort to create a database that will provide information on every type of cancer in Jamaica.

Queens man left in coma by punch taken while chasing phone thief

The suspected attacker is described as being about 5-foot-9, 190 pounds with short black hair. He wore a dark blue and white hooded sweatshirt, dark blue sweatpants and black Nike sandals with white socks.

The East Hampton LIRR station house is getting a renovation

Originally built in 1895, the East Hampton LIRR station house is set to be getting a renovation next year, reports 27east . Historical consultant Robert Hefner has been working on the project now for more than a year with railroad planners, setting up the renovations to begin next year.

Jamaica stays hot: Big project set to rise on parking lot

Another large development project is coming to downtown Jamaica, Queens, where the city, the state and a local economic development corporation are trying to revitalize the neighborhood with more than $100 million worth of investments. A partnership between BRP Cos.

Malliotakis Critiques Alleged Pet-Care Crackdown, De Blasio Team...

Lower Manhattan Community School, 81 New Street, Manhattan. 9:30 AM - The Committee on Contracts will hold a hearing on Intro 1292 requiring city agencies to accept procurement invoices electronically.

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