It was a very busy week for news in Forest Hills.
Be sure to check out Patch’s coverage of the primary election. Melinda Katz, former state Assemblywoman for Forest Hills, won the Democratic primary for Queens borough president.
The Metro-Forest Chamber of Commerce is back in action following a three-year hiatus.
And police said a suspect who recently sexually assaulted a woman in Forest Park is possibly tied to several other recent incidents.
Here is your Week in Review.
Police said a man being sought in a recent rape incident at Forest Park was possibly involved in several other similar assaults.
Take a look at this roundup of comments from elected officials representing the borough at the city and federal level on the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.
View photos of homes recently purchased in your community.
The Metro-Forest Chamber of Commerce has reformed with the intent of forming a business improvement district, drawing new stores and holding local events, such as parades and street fairs. The group had been on a three-year hiatus.
And Community Board 6 has pushed back its vote on a Department of Transportation proposal to remove 14 parking spaces along Metropolitan Avenue until its October meeting.
This week’s Queens Eats recipe is summer veggies and cheese stuffed zucchini.