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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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Desmond Nugent Joins Gallant Capital Partners as Head of Operations

"We are excited to be working with Desmond again," said Jon Gimbel, Partner at Gallant. "Desmond brings a perspective to Gallant that is only obtained through years of experience operating and advising businesses and we believe he will have an immediate impact on the Gallant team and our investments."

Michael Cohen-linked credit union faces another scandal

The Queens credit union at the heart of a federal fraud probe into ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is mired in another scandal - its former CEO faces charges of using his position to land free luxury trips and a chauffeured car to ferry around his family, according to new court papers. As Manhattan federal prosecutors investigate $20 million in loans that Cohen took out for his taxi business from Sterling National Bank and Melrose Credit Union, Melrose and ousted CEO Alan Kaufman are battling corruption charges by the government's regulatory National Credit Union Administration.

Trump Administration Moves To Penalize Immigrants For Using Government Benefits

A woman packs crates at a weekly free food pantry in the Bronx in New York City. The Trump administration is considering penalizing legal immigrants for using government benefits such as Medicaid and food stamps.

OPINION: An unanswered question in planning for new Brooklyn jail

Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced preliminary plans for opening "community-based" jails that would take the place of the facilities on Rikers Island, if and when Rikers is closed. The plans include upgrading the current Department of Correction jails in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, and building a completely new jail in the Bronx.

At 59, a Gutsy Chef Makes Her Restaurant Debut

Parsley, dill, cilantro, fenugreek and mint: Used in profusion, alone or in combination, they play the role of the vegetable rather than a garnish, adding their woodsy fragrance at every opportunity. Such was fate of the feathery greens that on a recent afternoon sat in front of Nasim Alikhani, the owner of Sofreh restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

Wait - "This Is Why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Shut Down The Press At A Town Hall Event?

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a rising star in the Democratic Party, but also its far left flank. Some have called her the future.

LI woman sues Customs agency alleging body search violated her rights

The lawsuit alleges she was targeted for an invasive search because of her race as she retrieved her bags at Kennedy Airport. A Long Island woman has sued the U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials, alleging agency officials violated a Long Island woman's constitutional rights - and its own rules - by subjecting her to an unwarranted and invasive body search at Kennedy Airport in 2016.

STASI: America's Got Talons

Real estate developer/TV personality Donald Trump and TV personality Omarosa attend "The Ultimate Merger" premiere at Trump Tower on June 14, 2010 in New York City. And just when it couldn't get dumber than the whole country being led by a foul-mouthed, classless, venomous, scandal-plagued, lying, cheating, fake reality show host, it did.

Largest Collection of Tiffany Glass Housed in NY Warehouse

About 250,000 pieces of multicolored and iridescent glass sit in a warehouse on an industrial block in Long Island City, Queens, which houses the largest collection of Tiffany glass. It's a welcome tribute to Louis Tiffany, an American artist who many believe transformed the history of stained glass with his unique artistry - essentially creating paintings out of glass.

Four injured, one critically, in Queens blaze

A blaze that ignited in a two-story home in Richmond Hill, Queens left four people injured and one in critical condition. Four people were injured - one critically - when a fire erupted at a two-story home in Queens Saturday, authorities said.

Volunteers fan out to install smoke detectors in Queens homes

A Red Cross program aims to reduce, by 25 percent by 2020, fire-related deaths and injuries in American homes. The Red Cross installed 28,000 of the detectors in the area in the most recent fiscal year.

One dead, several hurt in back-to-back car crashes

One person was killed and four people hurt in two back-to-back early Saturday crashes near the same exit of a Queens expressway, cops said. The havoc began around 4:15 a.m. when a Chevy Cruze driving on the northbound Van Wyck Expressway near Exit 12 slammed into a Toyota, which then collided with a BMW in a chain reaction crash, according to police.

Electric Scooters in New York City? They Just Might Work

The dysfunctional subway system notwithstanding, there's no shortage of ways to get around New York City these days - buses, bikes, taxis, mopeds, Uber, Lyft, Via, ferries, even roller skates . It'd seem natural, then, to welcome warmly electric bicycles and scooters, the latest in for-hire wheels.

Brooklyn's first Chick-fil-A to open near Barclays Center

Chick-fil-A, the controversial fried-chicken chain, is soon to set up shop in Brooklyn, continuing its rapid spread through New York City. The restaurant has opened six locations in just three years across the city, with five locations in Manhattan and one in Queens, but this will be its first foray into Brooklyn.

Holistic Psychotherapy of Queens

Our FEATURED "Queens Ledger" Psychotherapist is Bat-Sheva Gruber-Nass Marriage & Family Therapist LMFT CSAT GMAT EMDR SI. A Family, Marriage, Child, Trauma & Addiction Therapy.

Expediency is key in selecting Bronx jail site

The de Blasio administration opted for a more politically feasible jail site in the Bronx Thursday as part of its push to close Rikers Island, eschewing another location that was considered more appropriate from a criminal justice standpoint. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a proposal for four borough-based facilities that eventually will take the place of Rikers and house inmates closer to family members and courts.

Tired or Trusted? Fresh or Foreign? Brooklyn Race Focuses on What...

State Sen. Martin MalavA© Dilan, a veteran of more than a quarter-century of elected office, faces a stiff challenge in the September primary. Of the many Democratic state Senate primaries to watch this year in New York, the 18th District race between incumbent Martin Malave Dilan and challenger Julia Salazar is the rare one that doesn't involve complicated arguments about the now-defunct Independent Democratic Conference.

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