Astoria Times

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Jackson Heights

City’s FRESH program funds supermarket development

A private company will be opening a 10,000-square-foot supermarket in Corona and expanding another supermarket in Jackson Heights under a city initiative to bring healthy food choices to underserved neighborhoods. Comment.
Jackson Heights

Ex-boyfriend arrested in Corona stab

A 17-year-old girl went into cardiac arrest and has been left paralyzed after the father of her infant child allegedly attacked her with a knife Monday inside a Corona supermarket, the Queens district attorney’s office said. Comment.
Astoria Times

City begins painting bike lanes along 44th Dr. in LIC

As part of an effort to calm the traffic on 44th Drive between Vernon Boulevard and Thomson Avenue in Long Island City, the city Department of Transportation has redrawn the lines on what was one of the most crash-prone streets in the borough — and even added bike lanes. Comment.

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