September 24, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

LOCALE

Locale has long been an established favorite for fine food in Astoria, but the new co-owners, Chef John Parlatore and his wife, Jessica King-Parlatore, have brought to it a fresh infusion of creative energy, making the dining experience more exciting More...

Editorials

Rosh Hashanah Celebrated

At sundown on September 24, Jewish people around the world and here in New York City will celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. More...

Letters to the Editor

Dwarka Must Go A copy of this letter was received at the Queens Gazette. Dear Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina: More...

SMELL GAS. ACT FAST.

Gas leaks can create fires and explosions. It's important that you and your family know how to recognize a gas leak and what to do if you suspect a leak. More...

Doe Fund Worker Saves Astoria Child

Workers in the Doe Fund “Ready, Willing and Able” program arrived in Astoria and Long Island City this summer – and not a moment too soon, to save a local toddler who wandered into traffic at one of the area’s busiest intersections. More...

Crowley: Muffle Subway Noise Near Schools

Students at P.S. More...

Political Page

GOP Congress Candidate Opens Queens Headquarters

Predicting a victory, Grant Lally, who is opposing Congressmember Steve Israel for the 3rd CD seat in the November 4 elections, officially opened his campaign office last week at 24-55 Francis Lewis Blvd. More...

Simotas and 114th Pct. Fight Vehicle Thefts

To help curb car thefts, Assemblymember Aravella Simotas and the 114th Police Precinct held a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Etching Day on September 14. More...

City Council Emerges Victorious

Councilmember Paul Vallone participated in the annual Mayoral vs. New York City Council game on September 17. More...

Features

Hunters Point Civic Association Meets

The September meeting of the Hunters Point Chamber of Commerce was the back-to-school edition, featuring State Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan, the local member who is also head of the assembly’s education committee.  Attendees quickly filled the acti More...

Community Board 2/DOT Meets At Silvercup

Community Board 2 had a special meeting last Wednesday evening to look over two big items:  renewal applications for Silvercup West, the huge and long-expected,  long-delayed residential complex beside the Queensboro Bridge in Hunters Point More...

Queens College Business Forum Breakfast

At the Queens College Business Forum Breakfast last Friday, the new college president introduced himself to those in attendance as he introduced the breakfast’s guest speaker.  Félix L. More...

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