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    AI Impact On Mammograms, Breast Health & The OBGYN Field

    AI Impact On Mammograms, Breast Health & The OBGYN Field

    Artificial intelligence (AI) has invaded our daily lives, and in the last decade, there have been very promising applications of…
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    Queens honors life, legacy of Tyre Nichols

    Queens honors life, legacy of Tyre Nichols

    “Enough is enough,” attendees say at candlelight vigil By Jessica Meditz [email protected] On a chilly Monday evening, Queens leaders and…
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    Pol introduces bill to ban e-bikes, e-scooters

    Pol introduces bill to ban e-bikes, e-scooters

    Cites lithium-ion battery fires, traffic violations By Jessica Meditz [email protected] While members of the City Council examine ways to regulate…
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    Exclusive: 1-year-interview with Joann Ariola

    Exclusive: 1-year-interview with Joann Ariola

    By Matthew Fischetti [email protected] Last year, Joann Ariola comfortably sailed to victory to represent City Council District 32 – which…
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    Mayor unveils ‘working people’s agenda’

    Mayor unveils ‘working people’s agenda’

    Mayor announces new policies at Queens Theatre during State of the City By Matthew Fischetti [email protected] Mayor Eric Adams returned…
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    Subway crime down, officials say

    Subway crime down, officials say

    By Matthew Fischetti Major subway crime has dropped by 16 percent since last October, city and state officials announced last…
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    Forest Park: 128 Years of Beauty and History

    Forest Park: 128 Years of Beauty and History

    By Ed Wendell This past weekend, we had the pleasure of giving a presentation on the history of Forest Park…
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    Councilwoman, cops burn illegal weed shops

    Councilwoman, cops burn illegal weed shops

    By Jessica Meditz [email protected] Two smoke shops in Whitestone were busted for selling to underaged children, marijuana products while unlicensed,…
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    Ice Theatre of New York brings free performances to NYC students

    Ice Theatre of New York brings free performances to NYC students

    By Stephanie Meditz [email protected] Beginning on Feb. 2, Ice Theatre of New York (ITNY) will begin its New Works and…
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    Spotlight on music & media agent Ken Franklin

    Spotlight on music & media agent Ken Franklin

    Son of living landmark Bea Franklin shares unique business By Michael Perlman [email protected] In last week’s column, a dynamic 98-years-young…
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    News Glendale Register

    Queens honors life, legacy of Tyre Nichols

    “Enough is enough,” attendees say at candlelight vigil By Jessica Meditz [email protected] On a chilly Monday evening, Queens leaders and community residents gathered at Borough Hall in Kew Gardens to honor the life and legacy of Tyre Nichols with a

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    Porcelli: The Other Side of Education (2/2)

    CTE Shop Class:  NOW – IT’S HIGH-TECH Consider all career options By Mike Porcelli To the question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” – consider this: it is always best to weigh every option available in terms

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    Queens honors life, legacy of Tyre Nichols

    “Enough is enough,” attendees say at candlelight vigil By Jessica Meditz [email protected] On a chilly Monday evening, Queens leaders and community residents gathered at Borough Hall in Kew Gardens to honor the life and legacy of Tyre Nichols with a

    Top Doctors Under One Roof

    BREAKING NEWS GLENDALE

    CB5 member booted for racist language

    By Jessica Meditz [email protected] A member of Queens Community Board 5 (CB5) has been removed from the board after using racist language at the last monthly public meeting. Richard Huber, of Glendale, went on a two-minute-long rant during the Jan.

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