Body Parts on LIE + Rock Banged Asian Woman in Jackson Heights


Rise and shine, Queens! Here’s everything you need to know to get a good start on Monday.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Partly sunny. High: 42 Low: 31.

Here are the best stories in Queens today:

  1. Police opened an investigation on Saturday after body parts were discovered on the Long Island Highway in Queens. Authorities were called to the area near Exit 23 around 3:30 p.m. for a report of body parts found on the highway. According to NYPD, officers found the remains of a man, who has not yet been identified. (WPIX 11 New York)
  2. A Queens The elected city councilor is preparing for a confrontation with her new colleagues over the rules that require council members and their staff to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Vickie Paladino said its staff would “under no circumstances” be required to disclose their immunization status. The councilor-elect refused to confirm or deny her own status, saying it was a “private matter between me and my doctor”. (New York Post)
  3. A Queens man sleeping in the of the port authority Downtown The bus station early on Saturday was equipped with a small arsenal of weapons. Port Authority cops ran into a 36 year old man Francisco Vicente around 4 am, nap in the north wing of the terminal in a lounge reserved for passengers with tickets. When officers searched the man after admitting he did not have a ticket, they found an assault rifle, two loaded magazines, dozens of rounds and a 7-inch Bowie knife. He also had small amounts of crack and marijuana on him. (Yahoo! Sports)
  4. 61-year-old Asian woman was hit on the head with a stone in Queens in what could be a hate crime. The authorities with the NYPD said the incident happened on Friday, just after 8 a.m. 89th street in Jackson Heights. According to reports, QuiYing Ma was outside her apartment when she was 33 Elisaul perez approached her and smashed her head with a stone. Mom was taken to Elmhurst Hospital where she is currently in critical condition. (FOX 5 NY)
  5. Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced 10 winners of the New York Immunize, Educate, Graduate Incentive Immunization Program. Parents and guardians of children aged 5 to 11 who receive their first dose of vaccine before December 19 can participate in the “Immunize, Educate, Graduate” incentive program for a chance to win one full scholarship in two. or four years. SUN Where CUNY college or university for their child. The scholarship includes tuition, room and board for full-time studies. (

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  • Queens Botanical Garden: “⏱❄️ Countdown to Winter Wonders: In only 7 DAYS, Saturday 12/4! At this FREE, family-friendly event, sing live at musical performances, watch a tree and menorah light up, rock DIY for the holidays, go on tree tours, take selfies with Santa (donations welcome) and enjoy sales at the QBG store! Enjoy a selection of drinks at the Holiday Bar for purchase. ” (Facebook)
  • Queens Botanical Garden: “🎁 Pro tip for gift giving! By making such awesome experiential gifts, the Holiday Wreath Workshops will begin next Sunday, 5/12! There are only a few spots left, so be sure to get your prize soon ! ” (Facebook)
  • Queen’s Museum: “On December 5th from 1pm to 4pm, join Year Of Uncertainty cohort members Alex Stada and Tali Keren, Tecumseh Ceaser and Guardians of Flushing Bay for“ Call to Care: Protecting Flushing Creek through the Rights of Nature. ”Using Strategies and perspectives presented by jurists and academics, Chief Harry Wallace and Rebecca Bratspies, this program aims to explore new avenues towards the protection of Flushing Creek – rooted in nature rights and Indigenous thought. ”(Facebook)

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Miranda Fraraccio

About me: Miranda Fraraccio is a born and raised Rhode Islander. She works as a freelance writer for content agency Lightning Media Partners and as a production assistant for a live storytelling show in Chicago. She holds a degree in Writing, Rhetoric and Communication from the University of Rhode Island. In her spare time, you can find her traveling, hiking, or photographing her neighborhood as a street photographer.


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