July 4, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Community Meetings

July 9, 8 p.m., VFW Whitestone Post 4787, 19-12 149th St; 746-0540. More...

QMA Presents Classic Children’s Tales

The Queens Museum of Art joins forces with the children More...

Italian Nights 2001 July 11

Frizzi & Lazzi and More...

Editorials

Editorial

On July 4, Answer Democracy's Call

Twenty-five years ago there were parades of tall ships, fireworks and festivals, concerts and parties. The United States was 200 years old and everyone was celebrating. More...

Letters

Flag Belongs In Church

The prayers of war veterans and parishioners of Holy Family Church seem to go unanswered as this Flushing More...

Time For Flag Amendment To Be Real

I thank the Queens Gazette for its gracious acceptance of my letter concerning the proposed Constitutional amendment to protect the flag of The United States of America from physical, not verbal, desecration. More...

LIC Links Promises A User Friendly Streetscape

Plans are underway to transform Long Island City from a drab, impersonal, traffic-congested enclave to a people-friendly, waterfront neighborhood, and the LIC Links project is designed to make that happen. More...

Political Page

Onorato Urges Pataki To Sign Clean Energy Bill

State Senator George Onorato, not content to sit and wait, has written Governor George Pataki urging him to sign legislation that will provide incentives to upgrade old power plants. More...

Avella Attacks Graffiti NE Queens

Tony Avella, president of the North Shore Anti-Graffiti Volunteers, announced that as part of the group More...

Seniors

City Retiree Benefits Hiked

The City Council voted last Thursday to guarantee retirees from civil service jobs a permanent 100 percent reimbursement of their monthly Medicare Part B premiums. More...

Woodhaven Book Club Celebrates

The Woodhaven Library Book Discussion Group recently celebrated its 27 anniversary. More...

Copyright 1999-2018 The Service Advertising Group, Inc. All rights reserved.