Seminerio Dies while Serving the Prison Sentence

Edmond Ross, spokesman for the federal Bureau of Bureau announced that the Former Senator of Richmond Hill Anthony Seminerio, took his last breath while just in the premiere of his six-year lockup verdict.  Anthony was being facilitated in Northern Carolina at the Butner C. Complex’s Federal Hospital. The spokesman was not able to give clear […]

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Queen’s Asian influence explored

The Queens College Center summer institute program has initiated to provide culture teachings to its participants about the Asian-American people along with making them know more about their own identity. This week, students from all over the globe will come to the city, visit the sample area restaurants, and visit the special Asian/American hotspots as […]

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Flushing Mall to be torn down for parking space

Flushing Mall, at 133-15 39th avenue will be destroyed the following year as per the schedule to get space for meantime parking until the Flushing Commons are under construction, an $850 million multi-project downtown. At the time of permission for the development of Flushing Commons, the demolishment of the Mall was not brought up under […]

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