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Maspeth - Queens, New York 11378
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Maspeth - Queens, New York 11378
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Maspeth - Queens, New York 11378
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Maspeth - Queens, New York Obituaries and News
Phillip J. Kessler Jr. February 27, 2017

Phillip Joseph Kessler Jr., 79, of Augusta and formerly of New York, passed away on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at Hospice of the Panhandle In-Care Facility in Kearneysville. Born on August 21, 1937 in Flushing Queens County, N.Y., he was the son of Phillip J. (Hampshire Review)

New York’s Grand Central Terminal Strives to Be a Destination in Its Own Right February 24, 2017

Sean O'Neill An average of 750,000 people pass through New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal each ... down into pieces—in a Department of Transportation facility in Maspeth, Queens. Now they’re being restored one by one as funds come in—the ... (Skift)

ICYMI: Two Long Island Men Charged With Creating Fake Applications For Sandy Disaster Relief: Officials February 25, 2017

In case you missed it, here's a story that appeared last week in Syosset Patch: Two Long Island men were among those recently charged with stealing $300,000 in disaster relief funds by creating fake applications to the New York City Build it Back program ... (Patch)

Obituary: Joseph F. O’Handley, 90 February 24, 2017

Joe graduated from New York University, Class of 1950, and Harvard Law School, Class of 1953. Joe married Marion Connelly on May 11, 1957, and they began married life in Queens, N.Y., then moved to Garden City, N.Y., and settled in Wilton, Conn., (wiltonbulletin.com)

NYC's Transgender Youth Have A Message For Donald Trump February 24, 2017

As the issue heads to the Supreme Court, New York City transgender youth opened up about why ... remembering his time as a student at P.S. 58 in Queens. “It scared them that there was a boy in the girls’ bathroom. And it scared me, as well.” (Village Voice)