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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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Immigration Lawyer Queens, NY

Prizant Law is the "2018 Queens Ledger Featured Immigration Lawyer". They attained this status due to their verified record of expertise, pricing and service.

Uncomfortable truths: Do we really care?

Hillel is a school for 'white' kids, attended by black kids; it's a good school. A recent ninth grade test question was shocking, fact-based, but provocative: "During the practice of Atlantic Slave Trade, enslaved people had no rights whatsoever; blacks were often punished most severely.

Signature's taxi-loan woes in the rearview mirror, CEO insists

Signature Bank in New York took yet another writedown on its portfolio of taxi medallion loans in the first quarter, and CEO Joseph DePaolo insists it was for the last time. "We know we've said this before, but we do feel we've put this behind us now," DePaolo said during a first-quarter earnings call in which the $44.4 billion-asset bank reported a sharp drop in its quarterly profit after charging off $129 million of its medallion loans.

in Re: Mery Saquipay

RADIX FRANCESCA E. CONNOLLY, JJ.Adewole Agbayewa, Fresh Meadows, NY, for appellant. Heath J. Goldsein, Jamaica, NY, for respondent.

Get It Inn provides spicy addition to Locust Point

If you remember the old Monty Python skit about the restaurant that featured spam in every dish, even lobster thermidor, you'll remember when Baltimore's eating dens seemed to structure menus almost entirely around crab. Then came the culinary enlightenment that gave us a greatly expanded scene of tastes and styles.

Signage hangs in mid-April 2018 touting the planned Sabor de Mi...

A 'coming soon' sign was posted at the planned Sabor de Mi Pueblo restaurant on 161 Main St., Norwalk, on April 17, 2018. A 'coming soon' sign was posted at the planned Sabor de Mi Pueblo restaurant on 161 Main St., Norwalk, on April 17, 2018.

Mad Minute stories from Tuesday, April 17th

Egypt's top mufti has issued a fatwa, or a religious decree, saying that buying Facebook "likes" is prohibited under Islam because it's a form of fraud and deception. Grand Mufti Shawki Allam regularly issues all sorts of fatwas, usually in response to questions by Muslims seeking religious guidance in matters related to even the most trivial issues.

The chemistry of Neuromancer

Apart from inventing the term "cyberspace" and predicting virtual reality long before it became commonplace, Neuromancer also contains some interesting tidbits of chemistry. Being a chemist myself, specifically one in the pharma industry, these little nuggets of scientific prose jump out at me, and quite pleasantly Gibson does a good job of using them appropriately.

Poor economics, maritime logistics

In Baracoa, on the eastern tip of Cuba, is the 'Cruz de la Parra'-a cross made from parts of a Crucifix planted by Christopher Columbus. The relic is now swathed in silver to protect it from visitors who break off bits as souvenirs.

Locked out - Schools refusing to readmit students who went missing

Some of the Jamaica's children who go missing each year have been having challenges returning to school as they are being refused entrance by administrators who say they have been away from classes for too long. This is one of the issues facing guardians interviewed by representatives from local child advocacy group Hear the Children's Cry, which provides counselling for families of missing children.

O-Wrap: Bolt comments on Blake's 100m finish... 5.1% fewer violent crimes... Life sentence for St Thomas six murder convict

In case you missed it, here are OBSERVER ONLINE's top stories for today: 1. McLean gets life sentence for murder of St Thomas six Businessman Michael McLean - who was convicted of slaughtering six members of a St Thomas family, including four children, 12 years ago - was today sentenced to life in prison on each count. 2. US customs agents nab J'can woman with cocaine at JFK United States Customs and Border Protection agency says an arriving passenger from Jamaica at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York did not enjoy a "happy hour" as officers seized her illegal cocktail.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump Wants America to Revert to the Queens of His Childhood

During President Trump's formative years, Queens - the New York City "outer borough " in which he grew up - was transformed from an all-white enclave into a racial and ethnic battleground. The forces unleashed in those struggles shaped Trump's current policies on both immigration and racial integration.

in Re: Mary a. Valverde

IN RE: Mary A. Valverde, respondent, v. Clifford V. Owens III, appellant. a In the Matter of Clifford V. Owens III, appellant, v Mary A. Valverde, respondent.

Expensive stash of cocaine spotted inside liquor bottle at JFK Airport

A woman from Jamaica allegedly tried to smuggle six pounds of cocaine into the United States in a liquor bottle. U.S. Customs officials discovered a passenger at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York attempting to smuggle six pounds of cocaine hidden inside a liquor bottle.

JetBlue flight attendant who ditched 60lbs of cocaine at LAX to be freed from jail

JetBlue flight attendant who ran from security after ditching 60lbs of cocaine at LAX to be freed from jail despite mandatory 10-year sentence Marsha Gay Reynolds, 33, has been sentenced to time served after pleading guilty last year to conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine Marsha Gay Reynolds ran from security in March 2016 after ditching 60 pounds of cocaine at Los Angeles International Airport. The 33-year-old has been sentenced to time served after pleading guilty last year to conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine.

A Father Asks, 'Why Did They Have to Just Kill Him?'

On a dresser in Saheed Vassell's bedroom, his Bibles and religious study books were stacked in order of size, a Bible about three inches thick on the bottom, a miniature Bible with tiny print, compact enough to stick in his pocket, on the top. Next to the Bibles, filled with passages he had memorized, Mr. Vassell had assembled two rows of toy cars.

De Blasio aide busted with gun in car

The gun seized from the Infiniti carries an eight-round clip, but only had three rounds in it when it was found, sources said. The officers were scanning the area for suspicious activity after the NYPD's ShotSpotter system detected five gunshots on nearby 109th Avenue around 10 p.m., authorities said.

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