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    Trump’s Childhood Home: Back On the Market

    After an unsuccessful attempt earlier this year to sell President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens, NY, the house is back on the auction block. The auction itself will conclude on Nov. 14, and according to the New York Times, it last sold for $2.14 million in 2017. The hefty purchase was made by a limited- liability company represented by a law firm that specializes in Chinese foreign investment, but ownership is still unclear.  Built-in 1940 by real estate developer Fred C.Trump, the home is a modest five-bedroom, Tudor style house in Jamaica Estates. Trump lived there until he was four years old before moving to a larger house behind…

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    MTA Brings A New Change—Select Bus Service

    The Q44 underwent a change Nov. 29 after running on the Select Bus Service, which certainly affects Queens College. First introduced in 2008, the Select Bus Service program is different than a local or Limited Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus. It includes vending machines at each stop, a new bus layout, a quicker route and more. Riders at the machines are given a receipt, which officer Fawaiz Clemons from Public Safety said must be held. “There are undercover inspectors to check upon you. If you don’t have the receipt, you get fined a $100,” Clemons said. QC’s Shuttle Bus to Jamaica was relocated to 146th Street and Jamaica Avenue in response…