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MIDDLE VILLAGE YOUNG PEOPLE NOT WORKING
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MIDDLE VILLAGE-has more young people not working between 22 years of age to 40 years of age. They mostly live with their parents or parent. Imagine no guidance, no retirement plans, just existing d...
Over-packing Your Car Can Make Driving More Dangerous
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Packing Your Car Wisely for Vacations With warmer weather here and children out of school, many people are taking to the road for vacation trips. While you want to be sure you pack what you need to...
What Employers Should Know About Retaliation Claims
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by Stephen D. Hans Retaliation Claims May Include Emotional Distress Damages A precedent has been set in relation to retaliation claims brought against employers. Two courts of appeals, the Sixth a...
Workers’ Compensation in New York—What You Need to Know—Part One
Jul 10, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 49 49 recommendations | email to a friend
by   Pyrros & Serres LLP You’ve been hurt on the job in the state of New York. You’ve heard from others that you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. But what does that mean? How does th...
What You Should Know About Construction Job Vehicle Accidents in New York
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by   Sackstein Sackstein & Lee, LLP Unsafe Conditions Can Lead to Serious Construction Job Vehicle Accidents Construction job motor vehicle accidents often occur due to OSHA violations.  Many diffe...

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Fresh Meadows resident concerned about ‘dangerous’ trees
Potentially dangerous and hazardous trees continue to be an issue for residents in eastern Queens. Fresh Meadows resident John Amato, who has been documenting problem spots and filing them into the...
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Bayside residents blame city for flooding issues
Whenever a big rainstorm has hit New York City in the last six years, James Bitetto’s home in Bayside floods. His basement floods so often that all of his possessions there are on stilts. His garag...
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Students help design new Queens community playground
They may not be landscape architects, but that didn’t stop local students from helping design their new school playground. Students from PS 255, IS 250 and the Queens School of Inquiry helped break...
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Commuter van owners protest decision to relocate them
Drivers argue the move is going to kill business
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New parkway signs celebrates Jackie Robinson
City partners with Mets for Vision Zero initiative
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Bayside Business Association Networking and Educational Seminar
Join them for dinner, drinks, and networking on Tuesday, May 22, from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM at Bourbon Street located at 40-12 Bell Boulevard in Queens. Speaker Matthew Goerke will be presenting 'Memor...
Apr 12, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 49 49 recommendations | email to a friend
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Flushing residents concerned about unpruned trees
Residents living near Kissena Park in Flushing want the Parks Department to do something about their unpruned and possibly dangerous trees. Penelope Angelopoulos, who lives on 167th Street, pointed...
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Whitestone resident talks GOP State Senate bid
Vickie Paladino gained fame for calling out de Blasio
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Stump speech: city needs to finish the job
The string of late winter and early spring nor'easters that hit the city were especially hard on the city's trees. One particular storm in early March was particularly destructive, downing numerous...
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Mets fans are optimistic for 2018
Citi Field saw the third-largest attendance for a home opener last week as the New York Mets kicked off the 2018 season against the St. Louis Cardinals. The 44,189 fans in attendance at Opening Day...
Apr 03, 2018 | 2 2 comments | 91 91 recommendations | email to a friend
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Katz proclaims 'Education & Sharing Day' in Queens
March 27 was proclaimed “Education and Sharing Day” by Borough President Melinda Katz to commemorate the life of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, an advocate for quality education and character de...
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Leadership change at Bayside business group
Over 30 Bayside business gathered at Panera Bread on Bell Boulevard last week to celebrate the work of outgoing Bayside Business Association (BBA) president Judith Limpert and to welcome her succes...
Apr 02, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 46 46 recommendations | email to a friend
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Martin Van Buren HS back on track to success
Traveling past Martin Van Buren High School, you may not have noticed the analog clock on the building’s facade. For decades, it didn’t matter whether it was noticeable or not because the time was ...
Mar 28, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 31 31 recommendations | email to a friend
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Local students join March for Our Lives in DC
Created sweatshirts in support of Parkland victims
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New tradition on Bell Boulevard
Bayside hosts its first-ever St. Patrick's Day Parade
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