Letter to the Editor: Congressional Candidates Silent on Alzheimer's

Letter to the Editor: Congressional Candidates Silent on Alzheimer's

“As a constituent of the 14th Congressional District, I have listened to candidates Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Anthony Pappas but have not heard them say how they will combat Alzheimer’s and support families that are impacted by dementia.”

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Amid Skepticism, Massive Sunnyside Yard Project Holds First Public Meeting

Amid Skepticism, Massive Sunnyside Yard Project Holds First Public Meeting

Plans for the latest massive development project in Queens have begun to take shape above the train tracks at Sunnyside Yard and the agency spearheading the vast proposal is asking for community input, amid concerns over congestion and displacement.

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DA Brown, President Katz Offer Hundreds of Low-Level Offenders A Clean Slate

DA Brown, President Katz Offer Hundreds of Low-Level Offenders A Clean Slate

More than 400 people made the trip to Universal Church on Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside on Saturday in order to attend the Second Chance Summons Warrant Forgiveness Event, where over 350 participants were able to get their low-level summonses cleared without fear of arrest, according to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown.

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