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Onorato: GOP State Senate Changes Add Up To ‘Real Reform Rejected’ I

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Last week in the state senate, the Republican majority passed some changes in senate rules. State Senator George Onorato charged that the changes missed the mark completely. More...

Street Renamed For Transit Police Officer

The intersection of 151st Place and 9th Avenue in Whitestone, was recently renamed in the honor of deceased Transit Police Officer Thomas R. O More...

On the brief side...

Avella Speaks On College Pt. Rezoning

City Councilmember Tony Avella (D More...

Maloney Secures Funding For LIC Y

Co ngressmember Carolyn Maloney (D-Queens/Manhattan) on Monday visited the Long Island City YMCA on Queens Boulevard, for which she secured federal funding in the 2004 Fiscal Year budget. More...

Editorials

Ignorance Of ‘Baby Moses’ Law=Needless Death

Within the past two weeks, two newborn infants died hours after birth at the hands of their teenage mothers. One infant More...

Superintendent’s Attitude Raises Hard Questions

I am writing you to expand on the article More...

Letters

Hail Vallone, CALDC

To The Editor: Congratulations to Central Astoria Local Development Coalition for stepping up to the plate and passing unanimously a motion to name the new emergency room at Mt. More...

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