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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

Queens News
Abortionist's Manslaughter Trial Testimony Reveals Patient Suffered a Painful Death

Contact: Troy Newman, President, 316-683-6790 ext. 111; Cheryl Sullenger, Senior Vice President, 316-516-3034; Both with Operation Rescue , info.operationrescue@gmail.com QUEENS, N.Y., April 25, 2018 / Christian Newswire / -- Abortionist Robert Rho has been on trial in a Queens, New York, courtroom since April 9, 2018, for the unnecessary death of abortion patient Jaime Morales, but news coming from this important trail has so far been non-existent - until now.

Queens woman charged in death of baby found with brutal injuries

Shanica Callaghan is charged with killing 11-month-old Jeremiah Callaghan, who was the child of her stepdaughter. When Jeremiah initially fell ill on Aug. 31, 2017, police tried to determine whether he was shaken or had an allergic reaction to formula.

Rooftop soccer kicks off at Upper 90's Astoria retail shop

The soccer center , located on the border of Astoria and Long Island City, was born out of the desire to give locals more places to play, said Upper 90 co-founder Zachary Rubin. "We did this project in Queens because, as a borough, it is horribly under-fielded," Rubin said.

Gersh Academy to open new school at a riding stable in 2019

Isabella Rios, 21, of Howard Beach, Queens, participates at Gersh Academy and NYEC's equine therapy program. Photo Credit: Gersh Academy Long Island's Gersh Academy plans to open a new school for kids on the spectrum at an equestrian center.

Tears for Brandy - 'Women must be protected and elevated'

A grieving mother and community want answers and justice for young New York woman brutally murdered and whose body was dismembered Brandy Odom Mother of Brandy Odom, Nicole Odom, in white head covering speaks to media about the New York Police Department and her daughter. Nation of Islam student Minister Abdul Hafeez Muhammad, in black hat and coat, and Borough President Eric Adams, in blue cap, supported the grieving mother and family at the vigil.

VIDEO: Meet the artist behind NYC's architectural 'icons series'

Tom Fruin's fantastical colored-glass sculptures on top of two buildings along the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and two others in North Brooklyn add whimsy to the cityscape by day and cast a kaleidoscopic glow at night. All four are part of Fruin's "Icons Series," in which the artist recreates architectural figures in different cities.

'Spider-Man: Homecoming 2' Will Be a Globe-Trotting Adventure

The only MCU Phase 4 movie we know about for sure is Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 and that's because it's coming from Sony rather than Disney. However, that doesn't mean Marvel head Kevin Feige was willing to stay completely buttoned up on the upcoming sequel.

Phipps Houses teams up with Forest Hills co-op to build trio of new buildings

Phipps Houses , one of the city's largest nonprofit housing developers, filed plans for a trio of new buildings on land in Queens occupied by a co-op that just left NYCHA. One building would span about 200,000 square feet, stand 17 stories tall and contain 183 residential units, while the other would span about 132,000 square feet, stand 13 stories tall and contain 115 residential units, according to filings with the city's Department of Buildings on Monday.

Staten Island DA to handle de Blasio aide's gun bust case

The Staten Island District Attorney's office will handle the case of a mayoral aide who was busted earlier this month in Queens after cops found a gun in a car she was sitting in. Reagan Stevens, who works in the mayor's Office of Criminal Justice, was in the backseat of a parked 2002 Infiniti in Jamaica when cops found a loaded and defaced handgun in the glove compartment.

Ex-NYPD chief allegedly chose retirement to dodge background check

Former NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks abruptly retired to avoid a background check that was part of his planned promotion to first deputy commissioner, The Post has learned. "He figured out that in order for him to go from a four-star uniformed officer to a four-star civilian, he'd have to go through a background investigation," a source familiar with the matter said Monday.

Former principal sues city for assisting ex in revenge porn plot

A former Queens high school principal who says she was victimized with revenge porn by an ex-boyfriend - and then by the city school system - is taking the city to court for gender discrimination. Annie Seifullah, 39, claims ex-boyfriend Robert Sofia planted private photos on her work laptop computer of her having sex, and then gave the images to school officials and the media in a twisted plot to ruin her career at Robert Wagner High School.

Accused subway vandal arrested again as he leaves court

Police swooped in a to arrest one of the three Spanish subway graffiti vandals - again - Monday while he was leaving Manhattan court, where he was being arraigned on a second set of charges. Globe-trotting tagger jerk Ignacio Dominguez-Robles, 39, who made bail in Brooklyn Friday only to be hit with more charges in Manhattan, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor graffiti vandalism in Manhattan Criminal Court.

'Bad Jew' principal 3 years later is still administrator with benefits Cindy Grosz

Cindy Grosz is an award-winning pro-Israel and Education activist. She works on exposing corruption in schools, improving oversight on classroom curriculum and ending anti-Semitism in education situations.

M.T.A. Pins Its Hopes on Unproven Technology to Fix Subway

The Corona Tower in Queens that is used to monitor the 7 train. A project to modernize the signals on the line has been delayed repeatedly and may finally be completed by the end of the year.

Food Festival With Over 100 Vendors Pops Into Queens This Weekend

The World's Fare , a massive food festival inspired by the World's Fair of 1964 in Flushing Meadows Park, is coming to Citi Field this weekend, and the full vendor lineup is finally in place, adding more variety to the already jam-packed list of cuisines that will be available. Spearheaded by Queens native and founder of the LIC Flea & Food market and Astoria Flea & Food at Kaufman Studios Joshua Schneps , The World's Fare will feature more than 100 food vendors over the course of two days.

NYPD: Freeport man killed in Queens crash

A Freeport man was killed early Monday in a single-car crash on Woodhaven Boulevard in Rego Park, Queens, the NYPD said. Joseph Debrosse, 56, died after he lost control of his 2013 Hyundai on northbound Woodhaven Boulevard, colliding with a utility pole at Alderton Street at about 3:30 a.m., police said.

The Full-Length "Crazy Rich Asians" Trailer Has Constance Wu Trying...

And it's safe to say that based on the sneak peek of Constance Wu, Awkwafina, Henry Golding, and the rest of the cast, this film adaptation of Kevin Kwan's 2013 novel is sure to be a hit in movie theaters this summer. In this latest look at the movie, we're given a more extended view of the story's central romance between Rachel Chu and Nick Young .

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