December 3, 2003 RSS feed / Features

Sex And Robbery Crime Spree Ends with Arrest Nov. 29

A crime wave that allegedly started last May when Alberto Duque, a Woodside resident, broke up with his girlfriend, ended November 29 when Duque was arrested by police of the 108th Precinct and charged with menacing and second degree harassment. More...

Clinton Goes To Afghanistan  For Thanksgiving With Troops

In With Troops

United States Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton (New York) and Jack Reed (Rhode Island) spent Thanksgiving Day with troops of the U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division currently serving in Afghanistan. More...

Holiday Hops To Iraq By Bush, Hil Boost Morale, Earn

Political Points

Thanksgiving Day, which is annually the event that sparks the most travel of any holiday on the calendar, outdid itself last week as President George W. More...

Impromptu Telethon Raises Christmas $ For Local Kids xBy Richard Gentilviso

Every Christmas, the 114th Police Precinct Community Council hosts a party for deserving children in the neighborhood. The costs for food, entertainment and most importantly, presents that brighten that special day for the kids all come from the More...

Traffic, Stern’s Warehouse Are Focus Of Civic Meeting

Traffic projects and their projected impact on the northern reaches of Astoria were the central focus of a discussion led by George Delis, Community Board 1 district manager, at the November meeting of the Astoria Ditmars Homeowners and Tenants Civic More...

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