Week in Review

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It was a busy week for news in Forest Hills.

Two Austin Street-based stores were in the stages of closing, while another relocated to another spot in the community.

And a corrections officer turned himself into the 112th Precinct after he allegedly engaged in sexual conduct with a minor.

Here is your Week in Review.


A former Forest Hills High School student received a $20,000 scholarship through Access for Young Women. U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, D-Flushing, calls for the city to let schools out on Lunar New Year.

And a city corrections officer turned himself into Forest Hills’ 112th Precinct after allegedly took part in sexual activity with an underage girl.


Austin Street consigner Second Time Around will go out of business at the end of the month, while ABCO Locksmith moved to a different site in the community.

And Stoa Jewelry announced that it was going out of business following more than four decades on Austin Street.


Local troupe Rogue Dancers will hold its first performance in Forest Hills in February as well as additional shows in the spring and fall.


Take a look at photos of homes recently purchased in Forest Hills.


Check out this review of Asghar Farhadi’s “The Past,” which opened this weekend at Kew Gardens Cinemas.


This week’s Queens Eats recipe is gourmet grilled cheese.


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