Burglar breaks into Sunnyside apartment, takes $13K in jewelry, police say

February 10, Staff Report

The police are looking to question a man who broke into a Sunnyside apartment in broad daylight and stole $13,000 of jewelry two weeks ago.

The alleged perpetrator gained access to the apartment—located in the vicinity of 43rd Avenue and 46th Street—through the front door and removed the jewelry from a drawer.…

7 Train Riders Deserve Better, Van Bramer Says

 

February 9, By Christian Murray

Several Queens-based council members are calling on the MTA to conduct a top-to-bottom study of the 7 line claiming that weekday service is unreliable and riders are often left waiting on overcrowding platforms as they try to make their way into work.…

Rally For Better 7 Train Service Planned Tomorrow

February 8, By Christian Murray

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer and the transit advocacy group Access Queens will hold a rally under the 40th Street subway station Tuesday morning to call on the MTA to improve 7 train service.

The rally,…

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