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Community Meetings
Associations

May 10, 7:30 p.m., Middle Village Property Owners/Residents; St. Margaret More...

Air Travel Au Naturel May 8 & 9

Travel can be a pain, but we have it easy. How about trying to navigate the not always sunny skies while dodging blinding lights, city buildings and other obstacles? More...

Restaurant of the Week

Pollos A La Brasa Mr. Pollo Comes To College Point

The savory, robust flavors of rotisserie roasted chicken and Colombian cuisine are now available in College Point at Pollos a la Brasa Mr. Pollo. More...

Features

Gianaris Presents $4 K Grant To 114th Precinct Council

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris presented Ann Bruno, president of the 114th Police Precinct Community Council, with a check for $4,000 at the council More...

Queens

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Gallagher Calls For

Development Moratorium

City Councilmember Dennis Gallagher has called for a moratorium on all building in the borough, saying "You can More...

Bill Requires Cops To Report Arrests To Immigration

Citing two serious crimes occurring in Northeast Queens that were committed by illegal immigrants, state Senator Frank Padavan authored a bill requiring state and local police to verify and report the citizenship status of persons arrested under stat More...

Avella Again Urges Relocation Of Bay Terrace Sex Offender

City Councilmember Tony Avella on Saturday renewed his call to have a recently released sex offender relocated from his current residence in the Bay Terrace Complex. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

As a special gesture to show support for American troops engaged in combat or assigned elsewhere, City Councilmember Melinda Katz (D More...

Liu Wary Of Computer-Run Train

Concerned over the MTA More...

Seniors

Drug Discount Cards Available, Some Already Get Bad Marks

Making headway on overturning the strongly opposed ban on reimporting drugs imposed under the Medicare prescription drug law, a bipartisan group of Senators has introduced a bill authorizing the importation of cheaper medications from Canada. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Meter-Free Sundays
Will Boost City Economy

In 2002, 19,000 parking meters in selected neighborhoods across the city, according to statistics from City Councilmember Hiram Monserrate More...

Letters

Accentuate The Positive

Edward Horn ("Decries Bush Policies," Gazette, April 28) has expressed concern about our "isolation from the world community." Our government should be concerned about the efficacy of a United Nations body with a history of voting More...

Roving Photographer

"Why do you love living here in Queens? More...

Star Journal

Vietnam, UFOs, Taxes Bring On Spring 1966

GGet into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you More...

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