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Hollis Hills residents consider lawsuit against Con Ed for not informing them of asbestos remediation work on Union Turnpike

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Jun. 17, 2024 By Iryna Shkurhan Residents of Hollis Hills are considering a class action lawsuit after discovering that asbestos remediation was being worked on along Union Turnpike, and they were not informed of it before it began.  The original project, which began in January 2023, was a reconstruction of the center median between Hollis…
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Celebrating a decade of compassionate care: TSINY Miele’s Respite Program thrives in Queens Village

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Jun. 14, 2024 By Athena Dawson Dozens of local community members, elected officials and staff gathered at Transitional Services for New York (TSINY) Miele’s Respite for its 10th-anniversary celebration on Wednesday, June 12. Located on the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center Campus in Queens Village, the respite program provides an alternative to hospitalization for clients with psychosis-related…
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Attorney General releases body-cam footage in probe of MTA police shooting in Jamaica

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Jun. 14, 2024 By Bill Parry New York Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday released police body-worn camera footage that her office obtained as part of the ongoing investigation into the shooting death of 52-year-old Bashe McDaniel, who died on Dec. 29, 2023, following an encounter with members of the Metropolitan Transit Authority, (MTA) Police…
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Op-ed: Protecting Forest Hills Stadium

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Jun. 14, 2024 By Thomas Grech After more than a decade since its rebirth, it is unfathomable to consider Forest Hills without our venerable 101-year-old Forest Hills Stadium. The iconic venue is an asset to our community in so many ways – from creating jobs, to supporting local organizations, to providing invaluable links to our…
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