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Please join us at the Flushing Library this Friday at 6 p.m. to learn about human trafficking and how this issue impacts our community. Presenters will include NYPD, Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence and Garden of Hope who will talk about different resources like counseling, job training and shelter services available to trafficking victims and to those […]
Queensboro Hill Flushing Civic Association is teaming up with Green Earth Urban Gardens Inc to create a Mental Health First Aid Training program that helps you recognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness and substance abuse. You will learn how to listen without judgement, respond to, and help someone in distress until they can get the professional care they […]
Beginning Tuesday, December 4 through the morning of Saturday, December 8, 2018, the NYC Department of Transportation Division of Bridges will close the single eastbound lane of the Roosevelt Avenue Bridge between 126th Street and Janet Place. Lanes on the bridge have already been reduced to two lanes due to Stage 1 construction– as a result, only one lane of westbound […]
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