To address the problem of wage theft, over 30 low-income workers gathered outside the Department of Labor on Nov.12th to urge the Department and Governor Cuomo to enforce labor law.
The former Pan American Hotel in Elmhurst was converted to an emergency homeless shelter in June. But as its temporary contract draws nearer to expiration, residents are wondering: what’s next?
In a polling station in Astoria, Queens, which has one of the largest Muslim communities in NYC, election day is slow. Muslim voters hold different attitudes toward voting – why or why not?
A look into how the concept of “organic” is broadening and converging with what used to be regarded as “junk food”.
MTA approved its new Capital Program, which includes a $40-million investment into restoring the LIRR station in Elmhurst. The station still needs state approval but local businesses and residents are already thinking about its possible arrival.
New NYC general vending license bill introduced to make licenses transferrable to family members. Yet Elmhurst vendors hold doubts about its impacts.