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Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Civics & Associations Nov. 4, 7:45 p.m., More...

Seniors

Fed Officials Checking Out Possible 5 M Doses of Flu Vaccine

Tommy Thompson, Health and Human Services Secretary for the Bush presidential administration, reported last Thursday that his agency has identified more than 5 million doses of injectable flu vaccine that could be ready for shipment to the United Sta More...

Bella Italia Mia 2004 Events

Nov. 7, Mario Lanza Lodge More...

Editorials

On Centennial, Subway Merits Funding, Not Cuts

Last week Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a host of transit officials celebrated the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first subway line in New York City. The people have been riding in that More...

Say No To FTAA

To The Editor: President [George W.] Bush has insisted that because NAFTA was such a grand success, it should be expanded to include all of the other Western Hemisphere nations. More...

Roving Photographer

PAT HARTE “Not me—but give the Sox well deserved credit, they finally beat the “Bambino’s curse” in grand style—three in a row!” More...

Political Page

Major Battle On Tap To Convince Silver To Back Tougher DWI Law I on politics

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown complained last week that anyone convicted of killing someone when driving while intoxicated can only be sentenced to a year in prison absent some aggravating factor. More...

Avella Honored

C ouncilmembers honored prominent Italian American New Yorkers, including Lawrence F. Auriana, the president of the Columbu Citizens Foundation which organizes the annual Columbus Day Parade. Auriana was Avella More...

On the brief side...

Vallone Reminder On Carbon Monoxide Detectors

With the most recent tragedy of deaths caused by carbon monoxide poisoning on many peoples More...

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