Expert: No Need For Ebola Panic

BY JORDAN GIBBONS Staff Reporter Dr. Ram Raju, president of the City Health and Hospital Corporation, spoke to St. Albans residents at a Guy R. Brewer United Democratic Club meeting on Oct. 23 to calm any worries that the community may have after the City began treating its first Ebola patient this week. The main concern […]

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Bulova HQ For Sale

BY JACKIE STRAWBRIDGE     Staff Writer Time’s up for the Bulova watch company in Woodside. The luxury watch and clock manufacturer is selling its Woodside headquarters for $30 million, Eastern Consolidated, which is marketing the sale, announced last Wednesday. The 93,000-square-foot campus – located at One Bulova Avenue, adjacent to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway – includes […]

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Mark-Viverito Speaks Out On Council Issues

BY JORDAN GIBBONS Staff Writer Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito (D-Bronx) stopped by the Queens Tribune office earlier this week to discuss issues in the City Council such as Astoria Cove and affordable housing in general. With Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pledge to make the City more affordable and more real estate projects claiming affordable housing, […]

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Justice Committee Teaches Cop Watch In JH

BY JACKIE STRAWBRIDGE     Staff Writer A group of Queens residents joined last week to learn methods of policing the police. They gathered in Jackson Heights for training in Cop Watch, the practice of monitoring and filming or photographing police activity in an effort to deter or gain evidence of abuse. The Justice Committee, an […]

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