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Queens Election Results
Paul Vallone celebrates with his family in Bayside over the primary results for CD19 on Sept. 10, plus results from other races around Queens. Photo by Joe Marvilli

.:Inside Queens Tribune
In Your Opinion
This week's letters sent in from readers like you!
A Time To Reflect, Move Forward
Twelve years ago this week, we suffered a horrific
tragedy that continues to haunt us and significantly
altered the course of world events. On Wednesday,
the City reflected upon the events ...
Comedians Of Queens: Mike Trainor
Mike Trainor’s career in comedy started off simple enough. He went with a friend to a comedy show
in the City and watched the crowd tear the comedian apart. Rather than be intimidated, Trainor
Not Goodbye; Just A Slight Change Of Focus
For what seems to have been a lifetime – almost 35 years — it has been my privilege to guide the Queens Tribune. Serving as publisher and CEO of any newspaper ...

Theatre Time Takes On A Murder Mystery
An Independent Bookshop Starts Book Club In Astoria

Tribune Announces Biz Breakfast Forum
As the current economic climate in the City continues to present challenges, local industry leaders will come together later this month ...[continue]

Katz Wins Dem Primary
For Queens Beep

It was a celebratory night for Melinda Katz, as she claimed the Democratic nomination for Queens Borough President Tuesday ...[continue]

De Blasio Wins, But
Challenge Looms

As Primary Day approached, the main intrigue in the Democratic Mayoral Primary became whether Public Advocate Bill de Blasio ...[continue]

BOE Receives Mixed Reviews From Voters
While some voters were thrilled the Board of Elections reintroduced the old pull-lever machines for Tuesday’s primaries, others ...[continue]

Stringer Wins, Run-Off
Set For Advocate

Scott Stringer ended hopes of a political comeback for former Gov. Eliot Spitzer Tuesday night, besting the embattled former ...[continue]

JFK AirTrain To Close
For Construction

The JFK AirTrain will see much of its service interrupted over the next month for repairs. According to the Port Authority, the ...[continue]

Finalists for NYC Library Awards Announced
Ten libraries have been chosen for the first-ever NYC Neighborhood Library Awards, two of which are in Queens. The Charles H. Revson ...[continue]

LaGCC Student Starts A Business
Have you ever wanted to compete with others in person instead of sitting in front of your gaming console alone? If the answer is yes, then ...[continue]

Federal Funds To Sandy-affected Schools
Queens schools damaged by Superstorm Sandy are about to have much thicker wallets. U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer and ...[continue]

Cuomo Approves USTA Expansion
In the midst of the U.S. Open last week came news that the United States Tennis Association is sure to cheer about. The tennis...[continue]

50+ Lifestyles: How To Say Goodbye To Varicose Veins
Not only can varicose veins cause discomfort and embarrassment for the men and women who have them, but they can also ...[continue]

50+ Lifestyles: Six Reasons To Switch Medicare Plans
Each year, Medicare open enrollment brings with it changes that can affect nearly 50 million people. The limited enrollment ...[continue]

50+ Lifestyles: Flushing House Hosts Bereavement Symposium
Flushing House will sponsor a bereavement symposium, titled "Perspectives in Bereavement / Charting One's Path To Recovery” ...[continue]

50+ Lifestyles: Helping Caregivers To Deal With Stress
There’s helpful news for family caregivers. Two new free tools designed to help them better understand their role and ...[continue]

Simple Ways To Minimize Wedding Mishaps
Your wedding is supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life, but what happens when the caterer closes, the head count is wrong ...[continue]

Thompson Takes Final Queens Tour
Just days before the Sept. 10 primary election, Mayoral candidate and former City Comptroller Bill Thompson, along with U.S. Rep. Gregory ...[continue]