Thursday Jul 17
The New York Observer
S.J. Jung and Toby Stavisky Neck and Neck in Cash War
Queens State Senator Toby Stavisky has raised less money than her rival, S.J. Jung, but the veteran lawmaker's camp is convinced her haul shows the momentum still lies with her.
It's Getting Cheaper to Live in Queens, Report Says
A new residential rental development - Pearson Court Square - at 45-50 Pearson Street in Long Island City.
Crain's New York Business
Empire State Bldg. lands watchmaker
The Bulova Corp. has taken 33,214 square feet at the Empire State Building. The Queens-based watchmaker will move some of its staffers to the entire 29th floor of the tower, according to the New York Post .
Alert Issued for Missing Elmont Man
A 71-year-old man has gone missing from his Elmont home and Nassau police need help finding him.
Jackson Heights News
Mayor signs package of 11 traffic safety bills
Six months after Mayor Bill de Blasio first made his commitment to the Vision Zero initiative, he returned to the place where it all started - the intersection of 61st Avenue and Northern Boulevard in Woodside - to sign 11 new traffic safety bills into law.
UPDATE 1-Homebuilder Woodside Homes files for IPO
Homebuilder Woodside Homes Inc filed with U.S. regulators on Wednesday for an initial public offering of its common stock.
New York Daily News
Man dies after being punched in face by stranger in Queens
Roberto Martires was rushed to Elmhurst Hospital Center after a man stormed up to him on Roosevelt Ave. in Woodside early Saturday and asked him if he was Filipino, friends said.
Investigators Rule Out Rail Flaw as Cause of Queens F Train Derailment
A broken rail found at the scene of the F train subway derailment in Queens last month was not the cause of the crash that left more than 1,000 people stranded underground, officials said Monday.