June 30, 2004 RSS feed / Features

Victims Of General Slocum

Fire Are
Remembered

On Tuesday, June 15, 2004, at 10:30 a.m., exactly 100 years to the day and moment of the greatest maritime disaster to take place in United States coastal waters, according to Bob Singleton, president of the Greater Astoria Historical Society, Single More...

Bill Making Triborough/GCP–BQE Link Permanent Passes In Albany

The traffic pattern change proposed by Assemblymember Michael Gianaris to allow most trucks and commercial traffic leaving the Triborough Bridge in Astoria to use the Grand Central Parkway en route to the Brooklyn More...

Recycling Enforcement

Resumes July 1

The Department of Sanitation (DSNY) will resume enforcing violations of the recycling laws pertaining to glass recyclables on Thursday July 1, Sanitation Commissioner John J. More...

Bill Seeks To Attract Attorneys To Public Law Sector

Leaders of the judicial and legal communities recently rallied behind a bill introduced by Assemblymember Brian McLaughlin that seeks to attract attorneys to the field of public sector law. More...

‘Spider-Man 2’ Opens Today, Album Is In Stores

Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax released "Spider-Man 2 - Music From and Inspired By" on June 22, a week before the highly anticipated Columbia Pictures film, "Spider-Man 2," opened nationwide on Wednesday, June 30. More...

Sinatra Students, Civic Group, Paint Mural

A group of youthful artists from the Frank Sinatra School For The Arts under the supervision of a local anti-crime group painted a series of colorful murals as part of an ongoing neighborhood beautification and anti-graffiti project. More...

Vallone, Lafayette Cite Bills Which Got Action This Year In Albany

Albany leaders were batted from pillar to post for not passing a budget before adjourning last week and for not settling the New York City schools funding issue and other major legislation. More...

Maloney Joins In Ribbon Cutting At New H.S. In LIC

Celebrating the first successful year of operation at the Information Technology H.S. in Long Island City, Congressmember Carolyn Maloney joined in a ribbon-cutting ceremony and honored many of the people who helped to create and support the school. More...

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