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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

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Queens man charged with attempted murder in stabbing, police say

David Williams, 56, also was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon after his arrest on Thanksgiving morning, police say. A Queens man was arrested Thanksgiving morning and charged with attempted murder in the stabbing of his sister's boyfriend during a family argument in Jamaica, Queens over a holiday dinner invitation, police said.

Man stabbed during fight over Thanksgiving invite in Queens, cops say

A man was stabbed in Queens during a fight over an invite to Thanksgiving dinner, police said on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. Photo Credit: Theodore Parisienne A 54-year-old man was critically hurt Wednesday in a stabbing during a family dispute in Jamaica, Queens, over who was welcome at Thanksgiving dinner, police said.

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Thursday: Trains will operate on a Sunday schedule. Additionally, the 57th Street F train station will be closed for entry and exit from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Some entrances at 34th Street-Herald Square, 34th Street-Penn Station, 59th Street-Columbus Circle and 72nd Street stations may be closed or designated as exit-only.

Cops seize four more illegal guns

Police recovered four illegal firearms and a quantity of ammunition during anti-crime exercises in San Juan, Claxton Bay and Point Fortin between last Friday and Saturday. Officers of the North Eastern Division Task Force went to Boundary Road in San Juan where they found a Beretta pistol and six rounds of .38 calibre ammunition in an empty lot.

NY Teens Busted In Darien With Fake Credit Cards, Pot

Three New York residents were arrested in Darien after police said they found a credit card scanning device, numerous credit cards and several forged checks in their car. At around 9:15 a.m. on Thursday, officers were dispatched to the area of TD Bank at 54 Post Road on a report of a suspicious car.

Queens teen shoots brother in stomach while playing video games

A Queens teen shot his younger brother in the stomach during an argument while they played video games - then told police a mystery man was responsible, according to law enforcement sources. But Cordell Huggins, 13, bleeding from the bullet wound, quickly corrected Ekenede Huggins, 18, telling police it was his older brother who pulled the trigger inside their Jamaica apartment Friday, sources said.

Queens Community Rallies Around Father of Two Told to Buy Plane Ticket for Deportation

Talukder came to the United States in the 1980s, when he was still a teenager, and qualified for the late amnesty program for green cards in 1990, he said. He later filed for asylum after receiving death threats from the Jamaat Islami Party, a fundamentalist party, while visiting Bangladesh, he said.

Man arrested for fatally stabbing rival inside Queens home

Christopher Cody showed up at this Queens home and coaxed his way inside, getting into a multi-room brawl with Marquis Copeland in the kitchen before he was fatally stabbed. Cops cuffed the killer they say fatally stabbed his rival when the man came knocking at a Queens home to settle a long-simmering beef, police said Friday.

Fifth alleged gunman indicted for murder of J'can lawyer during Caribbean J'ouvert in 2015

Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez says a fifth man has been charged with the murder of Jamaican lawyer Carey Gabay. Gabay, a former legal aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, was mudered outside the Ebbets Field Houses in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, during the Caribbean J'ouvert celebration on Labour Day 2015.

Gunman wanted for killing two at Queens party busted

Police collared Victor Ocasio in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. on Nov. 3. He was arraigned in Queens on Wednesday on charges of killing two people at a July 4th Queens party.

Select Bus Service Launches on Woodhaven Boulevard

The new center roadway bus lane and SBS station on Woodhaven Boulevard just south of Jamaica Avenue. Photo: David Meyer Select Bus Service is live on Woodhaven Boulevard and Cross Bay Boulevard in Queens.

LIRR: Broken rail limits service to Atlantic Terminal, Jamaica

The Long Island Rail Road reported limited service Tuesday between Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn and Jamaica in Queens because of a broken rail near East New York.

Astoria Big Band Presents Memories of Jazz in Queens On November 17 At Flushing Town Hall

Led by baritone saxophonist Carol Sudhalter, the Astoria Big Band presents the music of Queens' greats Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Big Nick Nicholas, Jimmy Heath and more at Flushing Town Hall on Friday, November 17. Two prominent vocalists and the swing dance group 'Big Apple Lindy Hoppers' bring zest, color, and movement to this already engaging performance. Carol's 17-piece Astoria Big Band presents their fascinating Memories of Jazz in Queens concert, originally based on tales told by the late bassist Leonard Gaskin, who played with icons such as Louis Armstrong All-Stars and Big Nick Nicholas.

Pirate's Cove Phase 2 is all about high altitude adventures

David Wallace was as excited as a 10-year-old boy on Christmas Day, who happened to stumble into the living-room to find the Christmas tree almost hidden by a mountain of presents. Wallace was all smiles, bursting with energy, anxious to speak to the media and even more excited to reveal the reason behind his contagious exuberance.

Brazilian Queen of Dancehall Lei Di Dai Talks European Tour: Interview

Daianne is anything but ordinary. She left the jazz band she was in to follow her dream and invest in a genre that's known in Brazil, but not easily recognized: Jamaican dancehall.

11 Canadian Artists That Gave Us Quality Hit Songs

If you've never been to Canada, it's a worthy visit. With a diverse population of 35 million people, the languages, food, friendly spirit and overall culture is infectious.

From Playground Hero to Rikers Island: The Tragedy of Fly Williams

It has been said the name has aerial roots-a nod to James Williams' old knack for jumping up high and staying there awhile. Story goes that, around 1970, a teenaged Williams played against a group of park regulars at Foster Park, by his native Brooklyn neighborhood of Brownsville.

Study shows lupus support line has positive impact

A free telephone support and education program for people with lupus is a valuable resource to help them cope with the disease, according to a study at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. "At a time when technology is moving so quickly and we're moving to different modes of communication, our study shows that telephone communication is still a viable way to connect with people all over the world to support them and educate them about chronic illnesses such as lupus," said Jillian Rose, LCSW, MPH, assistant director, Community Engagement, Diversity and Research, Social Work Department at HSS.

CARIBBEAT: 'Day-O' songwriter lifts students through scholarships

University of Southern California alumnus Irving Burgie on Sept. 28 at the university's Thornton School of Music speaking to students in the Popular Music Program.

August Wilson's Two Trains Running Returns to Jpac Tonight

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.

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