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Queens is easily the largest, most ethnically diverse borough in all of the US. Due to the diversity of the city, it is home to a plethora of restaurants representing cultures from Ecuadorian to Jamaican. Today the borough is mostly residential and middle class; however it was originally a compilation of small towns founded by the Dutch. It is the only place in the nation where African Americans have a higher median income than White Americans. The borough is also the site of the US Open Tennis Tournament.

Population: 2229379
Local Newspapers: Queens Community News Queens Courier Queens Tribune New York Times
Local Sports Teams: Brooklyn Nets (NBA) New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB)
Local Colleges: Bramson ORT College Queens College St. John's University York College

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Towns/Cities near queens, new york : Corona Jamaica Richmond Hill Astoria SunnysideSt Albans Kew Gardens Ridgewood Murray Hill

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Escaped Rikers inmate never left island: reports

Escaped Rikers inmate never left island: reports Rikers Island in New York City was on lockdown late Wednesday after an inmate escaped. Check out this story on NEW YORK - Rikers Island jail facility was on lockdown for several hours after an inmate escaped Wednesday night, the city's Department of Correction said.

VIDEO: Bridge on a Barge: Old Kosciuszko Bridge span dismantled, shipped down creek

The old Kosciuszko Bridge was slowly lowered onto barges all day Tuesday and shipped down Newtown Creek Wednesday after a two-week delay from its publically anticipated July 11 demolition date. The removal of the 125-foot main span of the bridge left a large hole in the air next to its vibrant replacement bridge for passersby over Newtown Creek to see.

Rockaway ferry stranding commuters on the dock

Since its launch, the 2017 Rockaway ferry has been a huge success as far as ridership numbers but that is clearly still no excuse for leaving commuters at the dock in Rockaway or Manhattan . The ridership of the Rockaway ferry to Manhattan during off-peak times and on the weekends during the summer has been a great bonus to the city's tourist economy.

A Transportation Security Administration officer handles

Here what you need to know about TSA taking a closer look at electronics in carry-on bags on domestic flights. What the TSA electronics screening change means for you Here what you need to know about TSA taking a closer look at electronics in carry-on bags on domestic flights.

Four Arrested in Bethpage After Attempting to Cash Forged Checks, According to Officials

NCPD: Four Queens residents - Suzette Lugo, 27, Hakim Bey, 28, Darien Wilson, 22, and Noel Billings, 27 - were found to be in possession of multiple forged checks. NCPD reports the arrests of four Jamaica residents for possession of multiple forged checks that occurred in Bethpage on Tuesday, 7/25.

Aging New York Immigrants Confront Shortage of 'Culturally Appropriate' Services

On a fluorescent-lit stage at Desi Senior Center, an instructor leads a group of mostly Muslim Bangladeshi immigrants, ages 60 and older, in a session of balance and core exercises. Aided by PowerPoint slides, he instructs them to squat in Bengali, then proceeds to count to ten in English.

Water's Edge, Known for Tugging at Heartstrings, Is Now at the Heart of a Scandal

Before Long Island City was a bustling metropolitan center in its own right, with high-rises, loft spaces and restaurants around every corner, there was Water's Edge. The waterfront restaurant in Queens, with heart-stopping views of Manhattan, opened in 1980, an elegant, spacious outpost on a barge in the East River that became a go-to destination for weddings and other events.

Police Commissioner O'Neill meets with community

Police Commissioner James O'Neill met with residents and leaders from Ridgewood, Woodhaven and Richmond Hill to discuss a variety of quality of life issues that are impacting the local community at American Legion Post 118 last week. The packed, town hall-style meeting, was hosted in a joint effort between the Woodhaven Residents Block Association and Assemblyman Mike Miller "It's great that we have a large number of people out here for support," Martin Colberg, president of WRBA said.

U.S. seeks to expel Nazi Jakiw Palij from his Queens home

U.S. Rep. Chris Smith and Lee Zeldin are researching options to expel the 92-year-old who worked as a guard at the Nazi German Trawniki SS camp in occupied Poland, state Assemblyman Dov Hikind announced Tuesday. "The rights and freedoms we enjoy in America should not extend to those who facilitated the death of countless innocent people," Hikind said.

Before and After: Exhibit Explores 100 Years of 7 Train's Impact on Queens

A free exhibit opening next week will explore the subway line's impact on the borough since it was built more than a century ago - including before-and-after images of what 7 train neighborhoods looked like in those early years compared to now. "7 Train: Minutes to Midtown" will be on view at the New York Transit Museum 's Grand Central Gallery Annex starting Aug. 3, featuring a collection of historical photos, signs and other artifacts that will "celebrate the line's contributions to the diversity of Queens," organizers said.

Queens barber fatally shot after mocking rivals on Instagram

A beloved barber was gunned down outside a Queens eatery early Tuesday, hours after he fired off a social media post taunting his rivals. "N----- taking shots can't stop me," Zanu Simpson wrote in an Instagram caption containing emojis of a gun and two bombs.

Rodney Dangerfield Gets Respect With New Queens Plaque

Legendary comedian Rodney Dangerfield will be posthumously honored with a plaque in his hometown of Kew Gardens, Queens. Dangerfield, born Jacob Cohen, spent his early years in Deer Park, Long Island before moving to Kew Gardens.

New Jim Henson exhibit opens in Queens

NY1 VIDEO: Fans of the Muppets will want to check out a new exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria. Most of our on-demand video clips are open to all users.

Stolen Artwork from Prominent New York Collection is Illegally Sold by Queens Man

By JUSTICE CAMPBELL On July 20th, 2017 Queens, New York resident, LEON ZINDER, pled guilty in a Manhattan federal court to the interstate sale of stolen property in connection with his theft and attempted sale of more then a dozen works of art, announced Joon H. Kim, Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Here you can find useful examples and description about searching the news archive. Read it carefully to get the best results.

Man fatally shot in head in Queens

Police investigate the scene at South Conduit Avenue and Lansing Avenue in Queens, where a man was shot in the head and taken to an area hospital in critical condition. The 32-year-old victim was blasted at about 12:15 a.m. at South Conduit and Lansing Aves.

Rebecca Naomi Jones, Shaina Taub and More to Lead Public Works'...

The Public Theater will kick off the 2017-18 season in September with a free Public Works musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's As You Like It , adapted by Shaina Taub and Laurie Woolery, with music and lyrics by Shaina Taub, and the company has just been announced! Directed by Laurie Woolery with choreography by Sonya Tayeh, As You Like It will feature over 200 community members, equity actors, and musicians. This unforgettable Public Works musical adaptation about chance encounters and self-discovery will run for five nights for free, September 1-5, at the Delacorte Theater.

Queens investment sales slumped in the first half of 2017

Clockwise from left: 21-81 38th Street, 21-80 38th Street and 23-05, 23-15 30th Avenue Queens investment sales got off to a very sluggish start in 2017 due to factors ranging from 421a to interest rates to the Trump administration, according to a new report. During the first six months of 2017, the borough saw 262 transactions worth approximately $1.65 billion across 366 properties, Ariel Property Advisors reported.

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