May 26, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Ion politics

Mayor Michael Bloomberg sounded like several Queens congressmembers, including Anthony Weiner and Carolyn Maloney, when he appeared before the 9/11 Commission last week and complained that the federal government is short changing New York City on ant More...

Legislator

For A Day

Assemblymember Mark Weprin (D More...

On the brief side...

Liu Honors Immigrant Army Vets

Fifty years ago, Gonzalo Guevera Jr., an immigrant from Ecuador, and Italo Sgaraglia, from Italy, who had served in the United States Army during the Korean War, were sworn in as United States citizens in Seoul, Korea after the 19 More...

Features

Borough Board Narrowly

Passes Zoning Text Changes

A proposed change to the city Zoning Resolution was passed by the Borough Board at the board More...

Set Rally Next Wed. To Protest Overdevelopment

An ad hoc coalition of civic and community preservation groups from throughout Queens and hundreds of community residents are expected to stage a demonstration at Borough Hall next Wednesday focusing on the growing problem of overdevelopment in the b More...

Local Business School

President Gunshot Victim

A good Samaritan came to the aid of David Cary Hart, the president and chief executive officer of Drake Business School when the 54-year-old Hart was shot Monday afternoon at about 5:20 p.m. More...

Panel Skeds Hearing On ‘Who’s In Charge’ Controversy

As sharp controversy flared anew this past weekend over Mayor Michael Bloomberg More...

Restaurant of the Week

La Vuelta Bistro Latino Has Fine Food, Latin Flavor

LLocated on an industrial block near the Citicorp tower in Long Island City, La Vuelta Bistro Latino is a great escape from the city grind. La Vuelta More...

Editorials

Editorial

Communications Failures
Continue To Cost Lives

Last week the federal commission investigating the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001 held hearings in New York City. More...

Letters

Don

The good news this Memorial Day is that according to the U.S. Department of Transportation drunk-driving fatalities during the holiday weekend are at an all time low. More...

Roving Photographer

"Why should we support our POLICE.?" More...

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