July 22, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Man Critical In Road Rage Horror

Police are searching for a road-rage driver who allegedly deliberately ran down another motorist on a Forest Hills street on Monday night.Cops said the two motorists were arguing over a parking space outside the Majestic apartment complex in Forest H More...

Firefighters Sign Calendar

Firefighters who appeared in the NY Firefighters 2016 Calendar signed copies at O’Neill’s restaurant, 64-21 53rd Dr., Maspeth. Proceeds from sales of the calendar will help support North Shore Long Island Jewish’s Staten Island Burn Center. (L. More...

Ask Dr. Universe

Dr. Universe, How do you have a bake sale? -Aoife, 7, Omagh, IrelandIt took more than a hundred bakers to pull off the biggest bake sale in history. More...

A Thousand Words Expressed In One Photo Of The Benaki Photographic Archive

           Who can ever forget the Pelican of Mykonos Island? More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Dates & times are subject to change. To More...

Restaurant of the Week

Ridgewood Eats

Ridgewood Eats is proudly celebrating its 10-year anniversary in the quiet hamlet of Ridgewood, Queens. From their humble beginnings at their first spot on Queens Blvd. More...

Editorials

‘Not Hard, Not Far To Reach’

“Rock-Rock-Rockaway Beach, we can hitch a ride to Rockaway Beach,” sings Joey Ramone, the lead singer of Forest Hills punk band, the Ramones. More...

Give Queens Library Board A Chance

We were sick at heart to read about allegedly inappropriate spending by those formerly associated with Queens Library. We love the library. It is one of the most valuable assets in Queens. More...

Letters to the Editor

Greece’s Political Options To The Editor: More...

Man Impaled On Ridgewood Fence

A 40-year-old man remains in critical condition at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, recovering from horrific injuries he suffered while biking in Ridgewood on Sunday morning. More...

Two Broadway Businesses Set To Close

The Rite Aid at 36-01 Broadway and the historic Meg Vacuum and Sewing, a family owned shop for more than 50 years, are set to shut their doors befor the summer's end. More...

Heat Wave Bakes Queens Residents

It was hell on earth this week, as the mercury soared over 90-degrees in Queens, as the city suffered its heat wave of the summer.Temperatures reached a brutal 93 degrees in some parts of Queens on July 19 and a sweltering 92 degrees on July 23, send More...

It's In Queens! (July 23 to July 29)

Outside. Outside. Outside. There are very few indoor events in Queens this week. Whether theater, film, music, magic, a brew fest or an American Indian pow wow, it’s happening under the sky and stars. More...

Breaking Ground In A Kew Gardens Park

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz (c.) participated in a groundbreaking ceremony in Overlook/Sobelsohn Park in Kew Gardens on Tuesday, July 14. More...

Political Page

Maloney Seeks Hearing On Criminal Background Check System

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney has requested a congressional hearing on the “breakdown of the criminal background check system” that resulted when the gun was purchased that was later used to massacre nine churchgoers in South Carolina on More...

Maloney’s Breast Cancer Awareness Bill Passes

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney’s bill to raise breast cancer awareness and millions of dollars for research through the creation of a commemorative coin passed the House of Representatives last week. More...

Features

Cops Release Sketch In Vicious Beatingh

Police last week released a sketch of a suspect wanted for beating a woman in her Jackson Heights apartment building on May 11.Cops said the suspect followed the 22-year-old victim into her building on 77th Street at about 8:30 p.m. More...

Conductor Could Face Charges In Maspeth Crash

The operator of a freight train that collided with a tractor-trailer in Maspeth on July 8 could be facing charges after an investigation revealed the train was speeding at the tie of impact.A probe conducted by investigators at the NYPD Highway Unit’ More...

Zoning, Land Use Website

A city website lets New Yorkers check zoning applications as they travel through the approval process to obtain permits and approval for development projects, from adding a deck or a new room to an existing property, toThe Zoning and Land Use Web app More...

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