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Coronavirus losses and police reform demands loom over 2021 budget that Mayor Bill de Blasio called the city's "toughest" in decades.

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New York City will not be reintroducing indoor dining and drinking during Phase 3 on Monday, July 6th, as originally planned.

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Grant from National Grid Foundation will help hospital offset expenses for volunteers, including travel, lodging and meals.

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QUEENS, NY, April 22, 2020— The Queens Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the launch of its official account—under the user name “QueensLife”—on the Chinese multi-purpose app WeChat in order to support Chinese-language businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. With over 1 billion monthly active users across the globe, WeChat—known as “the app of everything,” allowing users to text, call ...

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On Monday, March 23, Council Member Francisco Moya and Queensboro Football Club founding partner Jonathan Krane donated 1,000 surgical masks to NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst as the hospital faced significant shortages of protective equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Aigner Chocolates in Forest Hills is donating Easter goodies to elderly residents in the neighborhood and hospital workers.

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One of the oldest bars in the city — Neir’s Tavern in Woodhaven — is staying open after all.

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The MTA is increasing public transportation options in Queens and making the Chamber’s headquarters more accessible by bringing direct, on-site bus service to the Bulova Corporate Center via the Q47

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Event showcases products and services in the beauty, fashion and skincare industries, and more

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The Queens Chamber of Commerce and Assemblyman Michael DenDekker joined dozens of Queens-based business owners for the launch of “Pop-Up Chamber,” a new program that brings services and expertise to different neighborhoods around the borough.