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Queens men plead guilty to sex trafficking minors at Jamaica Hotel: DA

The Queens Courier 10/6 11:00A Julia Moro
Two Queens men pleaded guilty to sex trafficking children and forcing female victims to have sex with strangers for cash at the JFK Inn Hotel in Jamaica, according to Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz.  Tyrone “Angel” Miles, 32, of 110th...

Jamaica school named for former mayor Dinkins

Queens Chronicle (Eastern/Southeast Queens News) 10/6 10:51A by Sean Okula / Associate Editor
Borough and citywide officials joined students and faculty from PS 48 in Jamaica on Thursday to name the building after the city’s first Black mayor, David Dinkins. The school, located at 108-29 155 St., will now be known as the…

BP launches contest for business hopefuls

Queens Chronicle (Eastern/Southeast Queens News) 10/6 4:30A by Sean Okula, Associate Editor
Queens residents with a knack for innovation will have a chance to swim with the entrepreneurial sharks.Borough President Donovan Richards was at York College in Jamaica on Monday to announce the launch of the Queens Tech + Innovation Challenge, a…

Watch: Serial burglary crew steals dog, ATM machine from Brooklyn store

PIX11.com (News) 10/6 4:29A Mira Wassef
NEW YORK (PIX11) --- A burglary crew has allegedly stolen a dog, several ATM machines, money, and merchandise from stores across Brooklyn and Queens last month, making off with more than $57,000 in cash and goods, authorities said Thursday. The...

The 2022 Power Women of Queens honored at the 19th annual awards event

The Queens Courier 9/30 9:00A Ethan Marshall
Launched 29 years ago, Power Women of Queens celebrated the 2022 honorees on Thursday, Sept. 29, at Terrace on the Park, where Schneps Media and hundreds of guests recognized the honorees for their extraordinary accomplishments in business and in...

Councilwoman tours Hollis shelter following asylum seeker’s suicide

The Queens Courier 9/28 10:00A Bill Parry
While the city grapples with a wave of more than 13,000 asylum seekers that have overwhelmed the shelter system in recent months, Councilwoman Linda Lee toured the Hollis Family Shelter at 21-05 Jamaica Ave. to learn more about the living...
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