It was a busy week for news in Forest Hills.
Austin Street’s Bareburger began work on its expansion into the former Bus Stop site next door.
Police said they were searching for a man suspected in five robberies, including one at a local eatery. And an employee of Laytner’s Home & Linen said the store would close later this year.
Here is your Week in Review.
M and R train service was limited during the evenings due to work on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Fastrack program.
The owner of a Bareburger chain restaurant on Austin Street said an expansion into the former site of Bus Stop boutique would be completed in a few months. And an employee at Laytner’s said the store would shutter its doors in late December.
Police were searching for a suspect involved in the robbery of Pasticceria Amore and five other sites across the city.
The USTA announced that it would construct a retractable roof on Arthur Ashe Stadium as part of a $500 million renovation at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center.
This week’s Queens Eats recipe is mix and match pesto.