35th Year Memorial Day Parade Line of March

On Sunday, May 26, Maspeth will mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day at the annual Memorial Day Parade. The event will begin at 1 p.m. at Walter A. Garlinge Memorial Park at 72nd Street and Grand Avenue. A ceremony will follow the parade at Maspeth Memorial Square, at 69th Street and Grand Avenue. Here’s the line of march you can expect to see on Sunday: … Continue reading 35th Year Memorial Day Parade Line of March

Local business owner honored for industry impact

The head of Beacon Eldercare, located at 69-23 Grand Ave. in Maspeth, has just been recognized as an “Amazing Woman,” by an organization named, “500 Men Making a Difference.” You may know that Beacon Eldercare provides Maspeth & surrounding residents in Queens with Medicare & Medicaid application help, live-on or hourly home aid service providers, nursing service, physical therapy, and more. What you may not … Continue reading Local business owner honored for industry impact

Maspeth warehouse building with office space for sale

A commercial warehouse building with office space in Maspeth is available for acquisition. At approximately 15,500 square feet, the facility is close to the Long Island Expressway. It includes parking for 12 vehicles plus an inside garage area. The building has three floors with rental income, at approximately 5,000 square feet each, as well as 2,400 square feet of office space. The price for this … Continue reading Maspeth warehouse building with office space for sale

Maspeth Book Festival on May 18

The 1st annual Maspeth Book Festival is approaching quickly on May 18. The event, hosted at the Martin Luther School from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature panels, workshops, book signings, giveaways and more. Young writers will also get to participate in a writing workshop to have their work critiqued by professional authors Alex Shvartsman and Ian Randal Strock. The event director is Carl … Continue reading Maspeth Book Festival on May 18

Family Dance for all at Moose Lodge this Saturday

Teens and their families can enjoy a night of music and food at the Autism Family Dance. The free event will feature a respite break room for parents. The dance is being hosted by Ridgewood Moose Lodge #1642 and WOTM Chapter #133. Those in the autism spectrum community can call Erik at 718-309-8248. Remember, the dance will run from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on … Continue reading Family Dance for all at Moose Lodge this Saturday

Commitment to serve: BP’s appointments to CB5

Community board members are appointed for two-year terms by either the borough president or the council member for the district. Earlier this month, Borough President Melinda Katz announced her appointments to all 14 Queens community boards. Here are the BP’s appointments for the 2019-2021 term for Community Board 5, which serves Maspeth, Middle Village, Glendale and Ridgewood: Vincent Arcuri Jr. Walter Clayton Brian Dooley Jerome … Continue reading Commitment to serve: BP’s appointments to CB5

Petro Home Services Supports Small Business Event

Last week local businesses including Maspeth’s own Petro Home Services attended a networking event held by BQE Media and the Queens Chamber of Commerce. The event took place at St. John’s University’s Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall with over 100 business and community leaders there. The attendees would later move to Carnesecca Arena to watch the St. John’s Red Storm’s final home game against Xavier.   … Continue reading Petro Home Services Supports Small Business Event