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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
Scholarship awardees urged to 'think big'

Ten Jamaican college students were awarded scholarships from the Grace Scholarship Fund recently at the University of the West Indies Regional Headquarters. The fourth annual scholar-ship ceremony was awaited with much anticipation by the students, who hailed from various parishes across the country - Westmoreland, St Mary, and St James, just to name a few.

Man who killed mom of newborn son had box of bullets at arrest

The Queens man charged with killing the mother of his newborn son calmly walked away with a shoebox filled with bullets before police nabbed him en route to see his child, police sources said Monday. Robert Rodriguez, 31, asked for his lawyer and made no statements to cops on Monday.

Man fatally shoots mother of his newborn son in Queens home

A quick-tempered Queens man shot and killed the 34-year-old mother of his newborn son after the couple had a fight early Sunday, cops said. The boyfriend, 31, blasted Luz Cuza in the head inside her home on 147th St. near 133rd Ave. in Jamaica about 2 a.m., according to police.

Why Vending Machines are Not Bodegas

Need deodorant? Or craving potato chips? Don't want to run to the "corner store" to get it? Well, soon enough you may only need to go as far as a deluxe vending machine. A start-up is looking to put "pantry boxes" stocked with the non-perishable items you might find at a corner store in key locations, like your gym, or a dorm common area or apartment lobbies.

Prevalence of Obesity in Women

Somnath Pal, BS , MBA, PhD Professor of Pharmacy Administration College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, St. John's University Jamaica, New York According to the CDC, obesity in women aged 20 years rose by 33.4% between 2001 and 2014, and from 2013 to 2014 it reached a high of 38.3%, exceeding the rate in men . More women aged 20 to 74 years were obese than were overweight .

Suspect ID'd in fatal shooting of Queens man dressed as woman

Police have identified a suspect in last month's killing of a Queens man who disguised himself as a woman to shoot a rival. Kwashan Butler, 28, is wanted in the Aug. 18 shooting of 21-year-old Terrance Payne, on 164th St. near 107th Ave. in Jamaica.

Set Scouter Brings Its Digital Location Scouting Services to the New...

Set Scouter , a full-service marketplace that connects film, TV and commercial producers with residential location owners, is expanding its services into New York City, opening up a large inventory of residential spaces to brands and producers looking for the ideal setting for anything from film and episodic TV to commercials and music videos. Hopping on the sharing economy trend, Set Scouter's platform makes the process of scouting for and booking home-owned spaces incredibly simple, connecting property owners with production companies, brands, agencies and individual creatives, and facilitating the entire process of booking a location.

A rail solution for Queens' growing economy

Queens is growing fast - really fast. The World's Borough has seen significant gains in population and in employment.

Jamaica, Malta Accede to BWMC

Jamaica and Malta have become the latest States to sign up to International Maritime Organization 's Ballast Water Management Convention the international treaty requiring ships to manage their ballast water to help stop the spread of invasive aquatic species across the globe. The Convention entered into force earlier this month and a total of 65 signatories now represent 73.92% of the world's merchant fleet tonnage.

Queens Locals Help Flagship Diner Dig in for Fight With New Landlord

Dozens of Queens residents and several elected officials came together for a rally Tuesday to support a popular diner, which is currently facing a court battle with a new landlord after more than five decades in business. The owners of The Flagship Diner , at 138-30 Queens Blvd., which has been a community fixture since 1965, said their new landlord - Jamaica-based White Rock Management - began harassing them shortly after White Rockpurchased the site for $6.125 million last year and promptly obtained permits to knock down the restaurant and replace it with a seven-story, mixed-use apartment building containing 64 units.

3 Democrats Seek To Replace Ruben Wills After Corruption Conviction

Democratic voters in Jamaica will decide Tuesday who should advance to the November general election in the race to succeed former City Councilman Ruben Wills, who was expelled from office after a jury found him guilty in his corruption trial in July . Two incumbent city councilmen who represent other portions of the neighborhood are also seeking to defend their seats, as they are being challenged by community activists and political novices.

22-year-old entrepreneur looks to grow sales of Jamaican drink

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Full time to take a stand against crime, teacher pleads

A cry for Jamaicans to take a stand against crime and violence came from inside an inner-city community yesterday at the thanksgiving service for the life of Meadowbrook High School student Mickolle Moulton. Educator Marcus Blackstock urged the authorities to use education as the fuel to change the situation within the often troubled community of Trench Town where Mickolle was shot dead early last month.

10 Injured, 1 Critically, in Fast-Moving South Jamaica Fire, FDNY Says

Ten people were hurt - one critically - when a fast-moving fire ripped through a 147th Street home early Friday, the FDNY said. The blaze broke out the first floor of a two-story home near Rockaway Boulevard just after 3:30 a.m., fire officials said.

Three trapped sisters among seven injured in Queens house fire

Seven people were injured, including three sisters trapped on the second floor, when a Queens home went up in flames Friday morning. Three trapped sisters were among seven people injured when a Queens home went up in flames early Friday morning, officials said.

Something Extra | Thursday

Dr Neleen Leslie is sandwiched by Chairman of J. Wray & Nephew Clement 'Jimmy' Lawrence and Kamal Powell, regional marketing manager of Appleton, as the Jamaica Tallawahs battle the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Sabina Park last Friday. Jamaicans came out in their numbers to support the local team, Jamaica Tallawahs, in their final match at home in the 2017 Caribbean Premier League.

Zuri Marley Talks Her Music, Style & Beauty Inspiration

You may do a double take when reading Zuri Marley's name, and you'd be right in doing so. But while her bloodline does lead to her grandfather, the Reggae legend Bob Marley , Zuri is very much so on her own creative path.

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