December 10, 2003 RSS feed / Features

AirTrain JFK Carries First

Passengers On December 17

Governor George E. Pataki has announced that the Port Authority More...

Average Credit Card Debt Drops 30 Percent

According to the annual Credit Card Survey by Myvesta.org, a nonprofit consumer education organization, the average amount of credit card debt carried by individuals has dropped by 29. More...

Christmas Poem Has

Queens Connection

Legend has it that "Twas the night before Christmas," the immortal opening line of the Christmas classic "A Visit From St. More...

Leonard Traube, Veteran Celebrity Press Agent

Leonard Traube, a Broadway and celebrity press agent for 63 years, died Wednesday December 3 of prostate cancer, nine days before his 84th birthday. More...

Guidance Center Gets $50 G Building Grant, Help With Holiday Toy Drive

Christmas has come early for the Woodside-based Queens Child Guidance Center (QCGC), which recently received a $50,000 building grant. More...

Vallone, Monserrate Anti-Graffiti Bill

Full Story

Mayor’s Task Force Wants More Open Space In New Home Areas

Queens city councilmembers will probably cast all 14 of their votes in favor of a Staten Island Zoning change when it comes before them because it enhances residential area quality and solves a longstanding problem in their own borough. More...

Proposed Asphalt Plant Meets With Opposition

"Why does Queens have to supply asphalt for the entire city?" Queens Borough President Helen Marshall asked in response to a proposal by the city Departments of Transportation and Citywide Administrative Services to construct an asphalt pla More...

Bush Signs New Medicare Law,

But Dems Say It Won

Amid a setting that had all the trappings of a political campaign event, President George W. Bush on Monday signed into law the long-sought bill providing Medicare prescription drug coverage for seniors. More...

Solomon Schechter Holds Open House

The Solomon Schechter School of Queens is holding its Open House on Sunday, January 25, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. More...

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