January 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings
Associations

Jan. 27, Apr. 27, 8 p.m., Bayside Hills Civic Assn.; Bayside Colonial Church, Bell Boulevard; 718-224-7899. More...

Keast Joins Queens Symphony Orchestra

Queens Symphony Orchestra (QSO) welcomes conductor G. Garret Keast as its new director of education and community relations. More...

State Troopers Are Looking For Applicants

The New York State Trooper exam is coming up March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2004. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekPimenton Intrigues With Food And Wine Of Spain

Housed in a comfortable brownstone in the shadow of the towering Citicorp Building in Long Island City, Pimenton Spanish Restaurant and Tapas Bar opened just two months ago to the delight of this burgeoning neighborhood. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Manned Mars Program Is America

As the first pictures from the Mars robotic exploration vehicle were beamed back to earth from 35 million miles away, President George W. Bush announced plans for a new space exploration venture. More...

Cutting Through Red Tape For The Hungry By City Councilmember Eric Gioia

The thought that there are people who will go to bed hungry tonight in our city is a sad fact. The realization that we could be doing something about it that we More...

Letters

Help NYC Homeless

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. More...

Features

Cabinet Airs ‘311’ Shortcomings

When Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced his plan for a 311 number to handle non-emergency inquiries last year, he said, [311] reflects this administration More...

Printing Company Will

Move Back To Queens

The 100 workers now employed by Ares Printing & Packaging will keep their jobs after Ares Printing opens its new headquarters in the College Point Corporate Park some time in December 2005, Melanie Lenz, New York City Economic Development corpora More...

SB 30 Book To Close In June

Applications for parent-dominated community education councils will be required by March 16 for a selection process now scheduled to be held on May 11 in the wake of a federal ruling by the Justice Department that will not oppose the Bloomberg mayora More...

$400 Rebate, More Cop 

Hirings Feature Mayor

Seemingly before the ink even dried on the announcement of Mayor Michael Bloomberg More...

Boro Board Wary Of Harbor Project Traffic Impact

An update to the proposed Cross Harbor Freight Movement Project brought the same objections from the Queens borough board that a similar presentation did last October. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Mayor, Council Square Off For Battle Of Budget

Last Thursday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg released his proposed 2004 More...

LPHO Vols Honored For Graffiti Removal

Younger members of the Liberty Park Homeowners recently volunteered to remove graffiti from storefronts, light poles, gates and mailboxes in their Glendale neighborhood. More...

On the brief side...

Gianaris

A bill sponsored by Assemblymember Michael Gianaris to help achieve salary fairness for New Yorkers, especially women, has passed the Assembly. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Anticipating continuing subzero temperatures, the city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) has issued health and safety precautions for seniors and others to take while the cold spell goes on. More...

Slatery/SKANSKA Gives $1K To ElmJack Seniors

City Councilmember Helen Sears presented a check for $1,000 donated by Slatery/SKANSKA More...

Commerce Bank Announces Record 4th Quarter

Commerce Bank is proving an exception to the reported slowdown in deposits besetting most banks. More...

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