July 25, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar America’s Night Out Against Crime Aug. 7

104th Police Precinct; Catalpa Avenue between Fresh Pond Road and 64th Place. More...

‘Portraits In Clay And Paint’

Linda Smith More...

Italian Nights 2001 Aug. 1

Variety Boys & Girls Dance Club More...

Seniors

Lowey Opposes Privatizing Social Security

Women already do not fare very well under Social Security and they will be worse off if plans of President George W. Bush to privatize the system go through, according to Congressmember Nita Lowey (D More...

Long-Term Care Is Topic

Ronald Barcellino (second from r.) spoke on long-term care insurance at a recent meeting of the United 40s Civic Association. Shown with him are (l. More...

Won’t Prosecute Teens In Father’s Day Fire

Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Political Page

Vallone, Gianaris Aim For Senior Facilities’ Ballot Sites

Council Speaker Peter Vallone vowed over the weekend to take legal action to allow voting machines to remain in senior citizen facilities if the legislature does not approve a bill that will be introduced by Assemblymember Michael Gianaris to achieve More...

On the brief side...

McCaffrey Dedicates Mobile Police Command Post More...

PS 196 Students Go To Albany

State Senator Dan Hevesi (D-Central Queens) recently hosted a group of fifth graders and parents, as well as fifth grade teacher Steve Ross from PS 196, at the state capitol in Albany. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Should Have Spotted Deficit Sooner

Would you believe that no one at the Board of Education ever took the opportunity to use a special computer set up to track the multi-billion dollar school construction program? More...

Letters

G Line Should Continue

I lived in Long Island City for the first 50 years of my life. My father worked for the New York City subway system for 32 years. I am very familiar with the subway system, especially in the Queens Plaza area. More...

Roving Photographer

By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead More...

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