December 20, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Community Meetings

Dec. 20th, 7:30 p.m., 112th Precinct Community Council meeting and holiday party; meet at Russell Sage J.H.S. 190, 68-17 Austin St. More...

QMA Presents Fun Filled New Year’s Eve

New Year More...

Public Service Announcements

Kew Gardens Community Center Senior Net computer classes, registration has begun; classes begin Jan. 10th call for fee; spring classes start on Jan. 3, 2001; 268-5960. More...

Seniors

All Favor Medicare Drug Plan, But Which One Will Pass

Almost two months ago we were hearing daily from candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore about providing prescription drug coverage under Medicare and reforming healthcare plans operated by HMOs so that they would be more consumer More...

Koslowitz Helps Wrap Presents

City Councilmember Karen Koslowitz (c.), was on hand to support the members of the Austin Street Senior Center in their annual gift wrapping day. For the past few months the seniors have devoted much of their time in creating the gifts. More...

Flu Vaccine Available So Get Your Shot Now

With the height of the flu season expected in January or February, the mayor and city health officials launched a public education campaign last week urging New Yorkers over 50 "Don More...

Sports

LIC Bulldogs End Football Season with A Bang

In 1999, the Long Island City H.S. football team won three games while losing five. But those three wins came at the end of the season, when the team started to come together. More...

Variety Boys & Girls Club Basketball Schedule

Dec. 20th, Variety Boys and Girls Club vs. Pathways For Youth and Boys and Girls Club-Northern Westchester vs. New South Bronx Center. More...

Community Opposes L.I.C. Power Plant

By William Milgrim More...

No Leads In Brutal Double Murder

Police reported no leads yesterday in solving the brutal double murder at the Trade Fair Supermarket on Ditmars Boulevard in Astoria early last Sunday morning. More...

Political Page

Marshall At ‘Historic’ Electoral College Meeting, Votes For Gore

City Councilmember Helen Marshall journeyed to Albany on Monday for the New York State College of Electors meeting, which couldn More...

Cohen Complains About ‘Hateful’ Yearbook Remark; New Guidelines Promised

Reacting to a remark in a high school yearbook that he found "hateful and prompted violence," Assemblymember Michael Cohen complained to the Central Board of Education and has been assured new guidelines will be issued to make school offici More...

Nolan Meets With Clinton, Silver, Labor Leader

Assemblymember Catherine Nolan recently met with President Bill Clinton. They were joined by Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Ed Donnelly, legislative director of the New York State AFL-CIO (far r.). More...

Editorials

Editorial

Holiday Wishes To All

It's that time of year, when the world falls in love, as the song says--with the idea of hibernating from mid-October through Arbor Day. There's too much to do and not enough hours in the day to do it. More...

Letters

Lock Up Molesters!

Regarding the dastardly, disgusting attacks by pedophiles on helpless children: I say put them away for life. As proven, there is no cure. How about Alcatraz Island or some of the other penal institution More...

Roving Photographer

By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead More...

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