Jon Lovitch, a gingerbread house artist based out of his basement in Forest Hills, gets cracking for the next holiday season by New Year's Day.
An estimated 1.5 million New Yorkers cannot afford food, according to the New York Times. Their only lifeline is a food pantry.
Cuomo said the severity of shutdowns would vary by proximity to hot spots. The rules will take effect no later than Friday in parts of Brooklyn and Queens, sections of Orange and Rockland counties north of the city, and an area within Binghamton near the Pennsylvania border.
Police are searching for a man wanted in connection to seven recent robberies and attempted robberies that took place in Queens.
The NYPD wants to find the passenger of a vehicle who opened fire on the driver of another car in the Forest Hills section of Queens.
These athletes—from Maryland to Connecticut, grade school through high school—say they just miss playing in games that matter, outside of their houses and apartments, with friends they haven't seen in weeks.
Every night, Lassana Siby, a immigrant from West Africa, runs three laps in front of the Parker Towers in Forest Hills, Queens as residents cheer him on as a patriotic solution to heroes and a way to keep people’s spirits up during the coronavirus crisis.
A 13-year-old boy has been arrested and police are searching for another suspect after a pair of anti-Asian attacks this week.
Queens Boulevard was once called the “Boulevard of Death,” but it may soon be known as the Boulevard of Bikes if a new plan by proposed by the Department of Transportation goes through.
A plan to add a bike lane to a service lane along Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills is drawing sharp pushback from local residents.
Paw It Forward has is a nonprofit organization with dozens of volunteers and clients in six locations.
Parents passionate about their children’s education packed a community education council meeting on Thursday in Jamaica, Queens for School District 28.
The Queens Comunity House in Forest Hills is teaming up with ride-sharing app Lyft to provide free transportation for seniors to any doctor in New York City.
The Queens Community House in Forest Hills has been providing senior citizens with transportation to their doctor’s appointments, but now thanks to a partnership with the ride-sharing app Lyft, they can offer the service to even more neighborhoods for free.
Imagine walking down the street and noticing a raccoon in the window of your bank. That is exactly what happened to one Queens resident.
A robber has struck three times in Queens, each team his victim is a woman, and he makes off with their purse or iPhone.