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Sunnyside Building Winds up on ‘Worst Landlord Watch List’

Oct. 16, By Christian Murray

New York’s annual “Worst Landlord Watch List” was released last week and it included a poorly-run building in Sunnyside and one in Woodside.

The list, released by Public Advocate Letitia James, reported that the third worst building in Queens—in terms of violations—is located at 43-15 46th Street.…

Application Period for Hunters Point South Has Begun

Oct. 15, By Christian Murray

The application period for the apartments at the Hunters Point South Development in Long Island City went live today.

The application forms can be filled out on line at New York Housing Connect, which requires applicants to provide details such as their income and apartment sought.…

Village Voice Declares Salt & Fat Sunnyside’s Best Restaurant

Oct 15, Staff Report

The Village Voice has just named Salt & Fat as the best restaurant in Sunnyside.

The write up starts as follows:

“Salt & Fat looks like it could be in Brooklyn — reclaimed wood for the storefront sign,…

Dumplings & Noodle Eatery to Open on 46th Street

By Christian Murray A dumplings and noodles eatery will be opening on 46th Street next door to Pio Pio Riko. The restaurant, which will be located at 45-24 46th Street, is expected to open in late December, according to its […]

Cathy Nolan’s Opponent For Assembly a Long Shot

This November’s election for Assembly District 37 is practically a formality. Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan (D), who has been in office representing a large portion of Western Queens since 1984, faces a contender who has run against her twice before and […]

Police Precinct 108 Takes to the Streets

Oct. 12, By Christian Murray

Captain Brian Hennessy, the commanding officer of the 108 Police Precinct, aims to forge closer ties with the community.

Earlier this month, he started a new initiative called “Community Friday,” where he and a group of officers (many off duty) go to a neighborhood to clean graffiti,…

Rally to Find Driver Responsible for Woodside Hit-and-Run

Oct. 12, By Christian Murray

Less than 48 hours after a hit-and-run incident on Queens Blvd, community leaders held a rally calling on the public for tips to find out who was responsible.

The rally was held at the intersection of 60th Street and Queens Blvd at the scene where an unidentified Hispanic man in his 30s was struck by a dark-colored Ford SUV around 1:30 a.m.…

Brooklyn Man Arrested in Connection to Woodside Murder

Oct. 10, By Michael Florio

A Brooklyn man was arrested Thursday for allegedly killing a man outside a Woodside party hall in July.

Jorge Navarro, 20, was arrested in connection to the July 26th death of Eduardo Rojas, who was killed after being struck in the head.…

Another Hit-And-Run in Woodside Leaves Man in Critical Condition

Oct. 9, By Michael Florio

Another pedestrian has fallen victim to a hit-and-run in Woodside.

A 20-to-30 year old male was struck in the early hours today while crossing the intersection at Queens Blvd and 60th Street.

A dark colored SUV was traveling westbound along Queens Blvd when it struck the victim at about 1:30 am,…