It was a very busy week for news in northeast Queens.
Be sure to check out Patch’s coverage of the primary election. Locally, Flushing attorney Paul Vallone won the Democratic primary for Councilman Dan Halloran’s seat.
The Bayside Hills Civic Association held its annual ceremony to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
And the Douglaston Arts Festival will return this year after having been cancelled in 2012.
Here is your Week in Review.
Tiger Schulmann’s is moving from its current locale along Bell Boulevard to a spot across from Starbuck’s on Northern Boulevard.
And state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, held his annual 9/11 motorcade in northeast Queens.
Community Board 11 unanimously passes a resolution calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to move forward on a bill requiring the Port Authority to conduct airplane noise studies. And residents list the acquisition of Udalls Cove parcels and a Bell Boulevard streetscape project among priorities for the city's Fiscal Year 2015 budget.
Take a look at this video from a 9/11 ceremony at Fort Totten.
The Bayside Hills Civic Association drew hundreds of residents to its annual 9/11 event on Bell Boulevard.