June 16, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Ball Takes Crazy Bounces In Fight Over Where To Build New Jets Stadium

The West Side of Manhattan versus Flushing football stadium battle showed no sign of easing last week as advocates on either side of the controversy continued their efforts to prevail. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Acting swiftly after Queens Court Justice Laura Blackburne assisted a robbery suspect to avoid arrest in her courtroom last Thursday, City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Spirit Award Honors At Shea Stadium  

City Councilmember Peter F. Vallone Jr., r., and Assemblymember Michael Gianaris, l., were honored at the second annual Greek Children More...

Editorials

Editorial

A Nurse In Every School Is The Right Policy

The Bloomberg mayoral administration More...

Letters

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Roving Photographer

Mayor Bloomberg vowed to make the City a quieter place. More...

Features

14 Days Left Until Private Bus Takeover, But No Info Forthcoming

There are only 14 days left until the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) takes over seven private bus companies, but Queens lawmakers, employees of the companies and 400,000 bus riders in the borough don More...

SJP Girls JV Softball Champs

St. John More...

Crowley Unveils Home Ownership Plan For Airport Workers

Congressmember Joseph Crowley recently unveiled a new plan to help New York airport workers become homeowners and allow eligible workers to purchase a home and build equity in the community they serve. More...

Vallone Seeks Probe of Judge’s Possible ‘Criminal Activity’

As City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. requested an investigation of state Supreme Court Justice Laura Blackburne More...

Restaurant of the Week

Keystone, Symposio Offer Good Food, Good Times

A landmark diner has paired up with a little-known gem of a bar and nightclub to create a comfortable neighborhood place for the entire family. More...

Seniors

Don’t Get Taken In By Latest Rent Scam

Some seniors are in danger of being scammed by a new ruse. Scammers send a certified letter to a tenant telling them not to send their rent check to their landlord because their building is being sold. More...

Gennaro Awards Senior Citizen of The Year

Councilmember James F. Gennaro, r., presented a City Council Proclamation to Stanley Weinblatt for a lifetime of service to the community and advocacy for the handicapped. More...

Help For Household

Sharps Disposal

At designated times, seven days a week, Queens Boulevard Extended Care Facility located at 61-11 Queens Blvd., Woodside, will collect and dispose of home generated sharps (syringes, needles and lancets). More...

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