Goldfeder Urges Mosquito Control

With the summer season finally here and more families enjoying the warmer weather outside, Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder (D-Howard Beach) has encouraged the New York City Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene to closely monitor mosquito breeding in an effort to eliminate any potential threats, such as West Nile or other mosquito-borne infections in the Sandy-damaged […]

Jamaica Hospital: A History Of Helping

Jamaica Hospital: A History Of Helping

BY NATALIA KOZIKOWSKA Staff Writer Since it was first established in 1891, before Queens County was even a part of the City of New York, Jamaica Hospital’s mission has been to provide the best possible treatment for patients. This is especially true over the last few decades, as the hospital underwent major transformations. Led by […]

Bus Lanes Coming To Woodhaven Boulevard

BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer A number of changes will be made to Woodhaven Boulevard starting next year, aiming to improve car traffic along the major thoroughfare. The Dept. of Transportation provided an update to their ongoing project of making traffic changes along Woodhaven at a scarcely attended public meeting last week in Ozone Park. […]