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The upcoming center will provide immigrants with help finding and accessing government resources, from housing to food.

We lost a year to the pandemic but found some things worth keeping, like helping each other, eating together and even social distancing.

As New Yorkers struggle to snag a scarce COVID-19 vaccination, government data suggests that city residents have less of a shot at a shot than others in the state and much of the nation.

A nurse in Queens became the first person in the nation Monday morning to receive the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine, in an extraordinary moment of hope after a devastating year.


The governor said soaring hospitalizations that he warned about earlier this week have not stabilized in the city.

The Queens Museum's new "Year of Uncertainty" artist-in-residency program will support six artists for 18 months.

For the first time since the creation of the Queens borough president’s office 122 years ago, a Black man will serve as Queens’ top executive.

Groups get creative to promote small business without large events

Donovan Richards has released the list of people who will help him make the move to Queens Borough Hall.


David Dinkins, who led New York City for one term, was found dead in his apartment on Monday.