December 31, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Medicare Was Top Seniors

The story of the year 2003 for seniors was clearly the passage of the new Medicare program and the continuing opposition to certain parts of that new law. The presidential campaign will keep the health care issue in the forefront through 2004. More...

Gianaris Visits Queensview NORC

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris spoke to seniors at a recent weekly coffee hour of the Queensview/North Queensview NORC Program. More...

Stavisky Gets ‘Worthy Woman’ Award

Leslie Brown (l.), president of the Forest Hills Chamber of Commerce, presented the "Worthy Woman of Forest Hills" award to state Senator Toby Ann Stavisky (r. More...

On the brief side...

Subway Service Expected To Improve

Riders of the N and W trains in Astoria and Long Island City may find they have a faster commute beginning February 22 after all four tracks on the Manhattan Bridge are open for the first time since 1986. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Will New Year Bring Rollback Of Huge R.E. Tax? Hike? More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekShaheen Sweets And Restaurant Is Still Best

Shaheen Sweets was the first Indian pastry shop established in the United States. More...

Editorials

Editorial

At New Year, Ponder Past, Plan For Future

This is New Year More...

The Precious Gift of Giving

To me, the month of December brightens the end of the year like a cheerful hearth fire brightens the dead of winter. I love the rituals, foods, smells and sense of connection that surround the holidays. And, like most kids, I love the gifts. More...

Letters

Pans Medicare Bill

This letter is addressed to Phil Ragusa, CPA, Republican state committeeman, [who wrote] December 10 on his approval of the Medicare bill that was passed by a narrow margin in the house and senate. More...

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