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Week in Review

Catch up on the top stories in your community.

Photo courtesy of Mike Klubok.
Photo courtesy of Mike Klubok.

It was an extremely cold and snowy week in northeast Queens and, not surprisingly, a little slower than usual for news.

The son of Douglaston Deli’s owner said he will soon take over the family business and long-time Bell Boulevard gift shop Top Drawer will soon close its doors.

And take a look at a gallery of photos provided by Queens residents on this week’s massive snowstorm.

Here is your Week in Review.

Tuesday

Top Drawer is closing its doors after 35 years of business in Bayside.

Wednesday

The owner of the Douglaston Deli is handing over the business to his son, Matt Walters. And check out this roundup of snow-related photos taken by Patch readers.

And a winter snowstorm dumps 10 inches on Bayside.

Thursday

The Department of Environmental Conservation has opened registration for its one-week summer camps. And watch manufacturer E. Gluck Corp. is now expected to move into the former Leviton site between May and August.

Friday

This week’s Queens Eats recipe is pasta with roasted chicken.

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