October 22, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings
Associations

Oct. 23, 7:30 p.m., Kew Gardens Hills Civic Assn.; Jewish Center of Kew Gardens Hills, 71-25 Main St.; 718-263-1760. More...

Boo At The Zoo

Mummies, daddies, ghouls and gals are invited to a spectacular Halloween event on Saturday and Sunday, October 25 and October 26. The Queens Zoo is hosting a frighteningly good event More...

Peek-a-BOO!

This porcupine is one of many that might "hang on" for a good time at the Queens Zoo, October 25-26, Flushing Meadows More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Medicare Premium Going Up Again Next Year To $66.60

Here we go again! More...

Nursing Home Residents, Minorities Under-Treated For Recurrent Stroke

Only half of elderly Americans in nursing homes are treated to prevent recurrent strokes, according to a review of nursing home admission records reported in the rapid access issue of Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association. More...

Features

BQE Restoration Project Arouses Resentment

The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway restoration project between Broadway and 30th Avenue in Jackson Heights and East Elmhurst is now more than three-quarters completed, according to the New York State Department of Transportation, whose representatives de More...

Funds Replenished, Doe Fund Cleaners Return To F.H. by john toscano

After a five-month absence, fresh funding has been found to bring back the Doe Fund street cleaning crews to clean up and spruce up Austin Street and Continental Avenue in Forest Hills, City Councilmember Melinda Katz announced last Friday. More...

NYC Ups PA’s Rental For

Airport Lands Under New Lease

"It is essential that we continue to have a voice in decisions regarding the airports in our community, and the neighborhoods surrounding the airports deserve compensation for the airports More...

LIC HS Teachers Stage Overcrowding Protest

Some 100 to 150 teachers picketed outside Long Island City H.S. throughout the morning of October 16 prior to the start of their day to protest overcrowded conditions at the school. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Urge Mayor To Return $110M Bonanza To Taxpayers

Several city councilmembers from Queens took the opportunity last week to tell Mayor Michael Bloomberg to go ahead with his promise of returning some of the 18. More...

Students Thank Padavan For Pre-K

State Senator Frank Padavan (R More...

Editorials

Editorial

Yankees Cast Net For Yet Another October Whopper

Our beloved New York Yankees took the field Tuesday night for the third game of the World Series, the first of three on the Florida Marlins More...

Letters

Full Story

The People Vs. Party Bosses

When Michael Bloomberg met with our city leadership in 2001 to discuss getting the Independence Party More...

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