The arrest took place shortly before 1 p.m. with attorneys and court staff looking on.
‘For 30 years, the Queens Criminal Courthouse has been a revolving door for people of color.’
Several hundred homes lost power and street lamps were out for several hours, firefighters said.
It was not immediately clear why the event was cancelled.
A few Queens businesses and leaders have recognized the hardships experienced by their neighbors.
“Current election laws are so onerous for New Yorkers that many of them are actually blocked from voting,” DenDekker said.
“Small businesses are the backbone of our local economy. They provide jobs and make our city culturally rich.”
Regular service resumed around 9 a.m.
The MTA estimates that the new construction plan will impact L train service for approximately 15-20 months.
Ruth Andrade was found unconscious and unresponsive by firefighters on the first floor of her home on 91st Avenue in Jamaica.
“It’s hard to just make it work, especially in a place like New York City,” she said. “People’s patience can only last so long — and their bank accounts, too.”
McCray met with leaders and survivors for a round table discussion, which underscored her commitment to mental health treatment.
Jawad Hussain faces up to 25 years to life in prison for repeatedly stabbing his wife Fatima Jawad in the chest and cutting his 18-year-old daughter.
“At CUNY, we strive to express Dr. King’s ideals through our mission of serving students from all backgrounds, and we join the nation in honoring his legacy.”
A total of 14 people were arrested and indicted in connection with the alleged drug delivery service that made up to $8,000 in sales each day.
McCray visited the Queens’ Family Justice Center to celebrate the second anniversary of the agency’s mental health services.
Rev. Alexandra Dyer began working at the Healing Hearts Initiative in May 2015 and within months realized “something was wrong” with the nonprofit’s finances.
“This is a real medical need not being met".”
“Our country is waking up to the role prosecutors play in mass incarceration — that movement has come to Queens.”
DaSilva was convicted of climbing over a partition and stealing nearly $45,000 from a Citibank in Astoria.
Karla Barba is accused of hacking her then fiance Franklin Lorrea’s arm with a samurai sword inside their apartment in June 2016.