John “Senior” Koufakis, the founder of Star Auto Group of Queens, and a driving force with the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, passed away on Long Island on July 8 at the age of 94.
State Attorney General Letitia James announced she won’t bring criminal charges against Nassau County cops in the 2020 killing of 19-year-old Matthew Felix in Cambria Heights.
A Queens family is fighting for the immediate release of their father Edward Alonso Castillo, co-owner of Babylon Bagel, from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, as they worry his health is quickly deteriorating while being held in jail for nearly a month.
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital has received the Covid-19 vaccine and has begun to vaccinate its frontline health care heroes.
There’s still time to reserve your spot to participate in The World’s Fare, a celebration of the diversity of the food industry right here in the “World’s Borough.”
A Queens man who killed a 47-year-old taxi cab driver in a Franklin Square hit-and-run crash last year admitted to the crime on Wednesday, the day his trial was set to begin.
Hofstra University medical students and faculty recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of launching a free clinic in Queens to provide basic care to uninsured patients in a joint venture with Northwell Health.