March 25, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Crystal Windows Debuts 25th Anniversary Corporate Video

Award-winning manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems recently debuted its new corporate video, which was created to commemorate its 25th Anniversary year of operations. More...

Military Online Auction

March 30th - April 1st

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Wanted In HANAC Break-In

Police in Astoria are searching for two brazen bandits who burglarized a Greek American community center during a four-day period in March.Cops said the duo broke into the Hellenic Neighborhood Action Committee (HANAC) Community Center on 30th Avenue More...

De Blasio Unveils $200 Million Woodhaven Bus Plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled plans on March 25 of a $200 million, 14-mile bus route through the heart of the borough. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

Armondo’s Italian Restaurant

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Armondo’s Italian Restaurant has re-opened just a couple of streets away from its original location in Jackson Heights. More...

Editorials

Greeks Honor Their Independence

March 25 will mark the 194th year of Greek Independence. For tens of thousands of Greeks in New York City and for millions around the country and globe, the event will mark a day of festivities, food, music and most importantly, family. More...

Safety At Railroad Crossings

A fatal accident occurred last month involving a train on the Metro-North railroad and an SUV stopped on the tracks at a crossing, in which six people died, including the driver of the SUV and passengers on the train. It happened during rush hour. More...

Letters to the Editor

Participatory Budgeting To The Editor: The members of OANA (Old Astoria Neighborhood Association) have taken positions on Councilman Costa Constantinides’ upcoming Participatory Budgeting vote and are in favor of the participatory budgeting pro More...

Woman Raped On 30th Avenue, Suspect Still At Large

A 60 year old woman nearing her home on 30th Avenue and 35th Street in Astoria at 12:50 p.m. More...

Van Bramer And Finkelpearl Hold Town Hall On The Arts In LIC

A town hall meeting about Long Island City and the arts attracted a good crowd to MoMA P.S. 1 on Jackson Avenue on March 18. More...

Astoria Residents Mourn Loss Of Century Old Tree

The city Department of Parks and Recreation recently cut down a towering Elm that has stood on 34th Street, just off 34th Avenue, for at least 100 years. More...

It's In Queens! (March 26 To April 1)

Self-improvement is everywhere this upcoming week, as there are chances to learn about the Civil War, beekeeping, Koreans in Queens, the World’s Fair, botanical art, Greek cuisine, robots, and event Andean fashion. More...

Con Edison Contractors Are At Home With Energy Efficiency

Twenty contractors have received Con Edison awards for helping residential customers make energy-efficient heating and cooling upgrades to save money and make their homes more comfortable.  More...

P.S. 111 Educators And Students Removed After Beatings

Four teachers and an aide have been removed from P.S. More...

Political Page

Council Leaders Present Budget, Legislative Agenda

New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark- Viverito, joined by colleagues State and Federal Legislation Committee Chair Karen Koslowitz, Finance Committee Chair Julissa Ferreras, and Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer, last week released the council&r More...

Peralta’s Fake ID Bill Passes

State Senator Jose Peralta’s bill to crack down on the fake ID market and other forged official documents was passed unanimously by the State Senate. The bill (S. More...

Features

Constantinides, Vallone Honor Immaculate Conception With Proclomation

Monsignor Fernando Ferrarese of Immaculate Conception Church gave the invocation at recent gathering of the City Council. More...

Flushing Flyers Remain Undefeated For 29th Year

The Flushing YMCA announced that the Flushing Flyers swim team won YMCA state championships for the 29th consecutive year with more than 1,400 swimmers in attendance. More...

Curtis Granderson Greets Youth At Spring Training

On March 21, NY Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson hosted Anthony Rodriguez and his family at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie, Florida. More...

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