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Queens Night Market returning with new vendors and more space this month 


Apr. 8, 2024 By Iryna Shkurhan Frugal foodies rejoice! Queens Night Market is returning to Corona on Apr. 27 for its ninth season.  Despite everything from groceries to eating out going up in price recently, all bites at the night market will remain affordably capped at $5 or $6. And in an effort to ease…
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Richmond Hill High School partners with New York Sun Works to launch Hydroponics Lab, cultivating sustainability education

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Apr. 6, 2024 By Anthony Medina Richmond Hill High School has taken the next step in helping students understand the value of sustainability with a newly installed Hydroponics Lab, where the possibilities of growing more plant life without using soil are explored. New York Sun Works, a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching the science behind…
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Two firefighters hurt during two-alarm house fire in Ozone Park Friday afternoon: FDNY


Apr. 5, 2024 By Bill Parry

The FDNY battled a two-alarm house fire that left two firefighters and a resident with minor injuries in Ozone Park on Friday afternoon. The call was received at 12:10 p.m. and arriving units found heavy smoke conditions at a home at 94-02 Linden Boulevard, a block east of Cross Bay Boulevard.

Get ready to enjoy car-free streets and free Citi bike rides during DOT’s Earth Day event, Apr. 20


Apr. 5, 2024 By Athena Dawson The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced this year’s Open Streets: Car-Free Earth Day event on Saturday, Apr. 20, with a record number of streets going car-free. New Yorkers can expect an action packed day filled with fun activities and educational events related to environmentalism, climate…
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DEVELOPING: Nearby earthquake shakes New York City

Seismograph Earthquake Activity

Apr. 5, 2024 By Emily Davenport A New Jersey earthquake shook and stirred New York City Friday morning, leaving residents rattled by the most powerful tremor to hit the five boroughs in more than a decade. At around 10:30 a.m. on April 5, a reported 4.8 magnitude earthquake originated 3 miles north of Lebanon, NJ, about 60…
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Secure your spot for the New York Energy Conference happening on April 10th

Blue solar cell panels, New York skyline illuminated at night in the background

Apr. 5, 2024 QNS News Team With the pressing importance of sustainable living and the pursuit of clean energy gaining momentum, Schneps Media is at the forefront, organizing a pivotal event designed to delve into the intricacies of fostering clean energy at accessible costs. The New York Energy Conference is set for April 10, hosted…
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