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Howard-Beach, New York is located in Queens County. Zip codes in Howard-Beach, NY include 11414. The median home price in Howard-Beach is $525,000 which is roughly $405/per square foot.

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Sunday Aug 24 | The New York Observer

40 Years of New York City Memories

I cannot believe that I will turn 40 years old tomorrow. Surely, I am representative of that old saying about men who get older but do not ever grow up.


Sunday Aug 24 | New York Daily News

Eating Along the A Line: Italian specialties in Howard Beach

Cross Bay Blvd. might be a schlep from Howard Beach's only A train station , but it's been the Queens neighborhood's main dining drag for decades.


Fri Aug 08, 2014

The Real Deal

Pol looks to satisfy all sides in QueensWay park debate

A new proposal from State Assemblyman Michael Miller looks to please advocates of a High Line-esque park, commuters and homeowners in the neighborhoods of Forest Hills, Kew Gardens and Ozone Park.


Fri Aug 01, 2014

Long Island Business News

His way

Was that Old Blue Eyes himself swinging last month inside the Peter J. Striano Residence and Catholic Charities Howard Beach Senior Center? The Garden City accountant had residents dancing in the aisles when he donned a stylish black suit and crooned some of legendary vocalist Frank Sinatra's greatest hits, including "New York, New York" and "The ... (more)


Service Changes Planned for 13 Subway Lines This Weekend

Service changes are slated to affect 13 subway lines Friday night through Monday morning as extensive MTA work takes place.


Thu Jul 31, 2014

New York Daily News

July 31: Cops, cowards and memories

Stony Point, N.Y.: To Voicer Helen A. Hasan, who wrote that cops need compassion training: I don't believe the officers knew of the medical history of Eric Garner - who had more than 25 prior arrests and was still out on the street.


Wed Jul 30, 2014

Greenpoint Gazette

VA Replaces Cross with Star of David on WWII Veteran's Grave

After a Queens Rabbi discovered that the grave of his relative, a Jewish World War II soldier, was marked with a Cross instead of a Star of David, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand went to work, successfully lobbying the Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure that the soldier's resting place be properly honored.



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