Queens Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Yankees fans won't have easy travel due to other Citi Field eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 9 | New York Post

    With the Bronx Bombers' series against the Rays set to relocate from the Tampa Bay area to Citi Field on Monday through Wednesday, the Mets are encouraging fans to take mass transit to the games in Queens. The Mets are also hosting the Meadows Music & Arts Festival in their parking lots next weekend and will be setting up for it during the week - making parking spaces tough to come by.

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  2. Former boxing champ sentenced for girlfriend's murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | New York Post

    A former a Golden Gloves a boxing champion was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Thursday for the brutal murder of his girlfriend. Trevis Hall, 31, stabbed and bludgeoned ex gal pal Margarita Rivera with a pipe in Far Rockaway because she broke up with him, according to trial testimony.

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  3. Slain jogger's mom had daughter's face tattooed on armRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | New York Post

    The mother of slain Queens jogger Karina Vetrano arrived at a court appearance for her daughter's alleged killer sporting a new tattoo of her child's face on her forearm - and clutching a crucifix. a Cathie Vetrano sat on the edge of her seat, crucifix held to her heart and muttering something under her breath as accused killer Chanel Lewis was marched into the courtroom.

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  4. De Blasio won't defend Red Sox after cheating allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | New York Post

    Mayor de Blasio is one of the city's biggest Boston Red Sox fans - but on Wednesday he couldn't hide his disappointment in his favorite team. "My faith has been shaken," said de Blasio, when asked at Wednesday night's Mayoral debate at the CUNY Graduate Center about reports that team officials admitted to cheating by stealing pitching signs from opposing teams, including the Yankees.

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  5. Shaken baby syndrome eyed in case of brain dead 11-month-oldRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | New York Post

    Jeremiah Callaghan is currently on life support at Cohen Children's Medical Center in Queens, where doctors suspect the boy's injuries are the result of being violently shaken. The baby was found to be unresponsive when police showed up to his grandfather's home on 144th Ave. in Brookville, Queens, early Friday morning.

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  6. This Brooklyn teen risked his life to save others during London terror attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | New York Post

    Brooklyn teen Mark Kindschuh was crouched under a table at The Wheatsheaf pub in London along with his buddies while just feet away a middle-aged man lay profusely bleeding from the head amid a terror attack. There were 50 to 60 other people in the bar, all paralyzed with fear, as bullets flew and sirens blared outside.

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  7. Who's on the ballot for next week's primary electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | New York Post

    In Brooklyn, acting District Attorney Eric Gonzalez - who has the backing of Rep. Hakeem Jeffries and much of the Democratic Party establishment - is facing six rivals with prosecutorial experience. Anne Swern, Patricia Gatling, Marc Fliedner, Ama Dwimoh and John Gangemi all have worked as prosecutors in the DA's office.

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  8. Man killed after touching third rail at subway stationRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 3 | New York Post

    A middle-aged man died after coming into contact with the third rail near a Queens subway station early Sunday morning, police said.

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  9. Halal cart turf war turns violent in SohoRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 2 | New York Post

    A food-cart vendor was attacked by three rivals who pummeled him Saturday morning in Soho with a chunk of metal in an attempt to take over his prime spot outside of Bloomingdale's, police said. "Three guys, they want to take my spot," Rahman, of Woodhaven, Queens, told The Post as he chopped chicken for biryani rice and tikka masala.

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  10. Mom tossed infant down stairs during fight with baby's father: copsRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 2 | New York Post

    An enraged mom tossed her infant daughter down a flight of steps during a nasty squabble with her baby daddy Saturday afternoon in Queens, police sources said. The unidentified woman, furious that the 31-year-old father violated an order of protection, called 911 around 12:50 p.m. to report that he showed up at her Jamaica home on 90th Avenue , cops said.

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  11. NYPD cops overcome by fumes in possible drug labRead the original story

    Friday Sep 1 | New York Post

    Eight cops were rushed to the hospital in Queens early Friday morning after inhaling fumes while responding to a 911 call about an emotionally disturbed man, sources told The Post. The officers suffered light-headedness and nausea and are in stable condition at North Shore University Hospital at Forest Hills.

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  12. Loophole lets sex offenders live near pre-K programs: reportRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 29 | New York Post

    A loophole in state law is allowing dozens of sex offenders to live near pre-kindergarten programs throughout the city, according to a report released Tuesday . The report - based on an investigation by the state Senate Independent Democratic Conference - found that at least 93 convicted child molesters legally live within 1,000 feet of pre-K programs in the five boroughs.

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  13. JFK airport lot may transform into new shopping centerRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 29 | New York Post

    An 11-acre site near JFK airport now used for parking is being pitched to supermarkets and shopping center tenants. Long owned by Linx Industries, a family company led by principle Arik Kislin, the site straddles both Queens and Nassau County on the east side of Rockaway Boulevard.

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  14. Citi Bike is looking to go docklessRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 29 | New York Post

    Citi Bike is looking at ways to incorporate dockless sharing into its system so it can compete with and stave off a slew of competitors who are trying to muscle in to the five boroughs , company officials said on Tuesday. The looking at how dockless bikes could work with the already existing system that features about 10,000 bikes that must be returned to stations.

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  15. Queens man busted for trying to join ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | New York Post

    Parveg Ahmed was deported from Saudi Arabia on Monday as he attempted to cross into Syria to joint the militant group, according to a newly unsealed indictment. He's facing charges of attempting to provide material support to ISIS and is expected to face arraignment in Brooklyn federal court Tuesday afternoon.

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  16. Hiram Monserrate just might claw his way back into officeRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 29 | New York Post

    He slashed his girlfriend's face with a glass shard - and is believed to have driven her past the hospital down the block to another one 14 miles away so he wouldn't be recognized. He was accused of misusing city taxpayer funds to fuel his political ambitions - and spent two years in prison for it.

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  17. Showtime hit with $5M suit over spotty Mayweather-McGregor streamsRead the original story

    Monday Aug 28 | New York Post

    The real loser in the Mayweather vs. McGregor match-up may be Showtime - which was just hit with a $5 million class-action Manhattan lawsuit by angry viewers. Customers gripe that their $99.95 subscription to live-stream the highly-anticipated fight was disrupted because of pay-per-view issues.

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  18. Two rescued after boat sinks in QueensRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 27 | New York Post

    A man and woman fishing on a boat off Queens on Sunday had to be rescued when their craft started sinking, police said. The 55-year-old man and 34-year-old woman were on board a 24-foot fiberglass fishing boat about a mile south of the Rockaway Peninsula off Breezy Point when they began taking on water around 1:15 p.m., authorities said.

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  19. FDNY captain claims firefighters 'do not run into burning buildings'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | New York Post

    A veteran FDNY captain threw water on the notion that the job of New York's Bravest is dangerous, insisting in a pitch to potential minority recruits that firefighters "do not run into burning buildings." Capt.

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  20. Grisly details of real estate exec's double-murder suicideRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 26 | New York Post

    The bodies of New York City property manager Steven Dym, 56, Loretta, 50, and Caroline, 18, were discovered on the second floor landing of their sprawling Fox Hill Road home in well-heeled Pound Ridge at around 11 a.m. on Friday, State Police said. Caroline and her mother each were shot once in the torso - before Dym blasted himself once in the head, according to police.

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