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The Queens Chamber of Commerce invites the business community to “Cruise Into Summer” on a lovely evening cruise from the World’s Fair Marina in Flushing, around our beautiful Queens waterways on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 from 5 PM – 8 PM, rain or shine.
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The most diverse area in the world Queens has become emerged as home for immigrants and development has followed the trend. What are the next steps?
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The city issued its long-awaited plans for a new reservation period that allows telecom operators to bid on traffic poles and light poles where they can place antennas that provide cellular service. For the past six months, telecom operators have been chomping at the bit to place more small-cell-node antennas. Those spots also will be where faster, 5G antennas will go, probably sometime next ...
The NYC Board of Elections has approved just one early voting location in Northeastern Queens, by Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
Local leaders from Queens and around the New York City expressed their grief over the passing of Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.
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Amazon is moving to open new distribution center in former Bulova facility in Queens.
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The MetroCard Van is coming to central Queens next month to help locals buy and refill their cards.
A group of 30 medical providers with patients on Long Island and in Queens has created a new medical group, PRINE Health, that will work to manage the complex and costly care of patients with chronic kidney disease.
With more light and less heat, revived process could deliver jobs to Queens
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The Cuomo Administration's top economic development official defended the deal to bring one of Amazon's second headquarters to Queens, telling state lawmakers Tuesday the project is "unprecedented" in New York state history in terms of jobs it could create and tax revenues it could generate.