It was a busy week for news in northeast Queens.
Police searched for two Bayside girls who have been missing for two weeks and Queens Quiet Skies announced several upcoming discussions on airplane noise.
And a long-time furniture store on Bell Boulevard plans to move to Northern Boulevard later this year.
Here is your Week in Review.
Two Bayside teenagers who live in the same home have been missing for two weeks and were last seen leaving a house in Kew Gardens, police said.
Queens Quiet Skies representatives will speak at Community District Education Council 26’s upcoming meeting as well as during other engagements about airplane noise.
Democrat Paul Graziano endorsed Republican Dennis Saffran, rather than Paul Vallone, in the race for Councilman Dan Halloran’s seat.
Paradise Furniture will move in late December from its current locale on Bell Boulevard to a new site on Northern Boulevard.
Elected officials representing northeast Queens held a rally to condemn those responsible for spray painting swastikas on 18 cars along Little Neck Parkway.
This week’s Queens Eats recipe was beer and sharp cheddar soup.