June 22, 2005 RSS feed / Features

Central Astoria Waterfront Concerts

The Central Astoria Local Development Coalition More...

Bd. 2 Chair Conley Calls For Civic Groups To Communicate

The participants at the last Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce luncheon before the summer heard Joseph Conley, chairman of Community Board 2, talk about progress and problems within the board More...

McLaughlin Bill Tows Illegal Parker In Handicapped Spaces

A bill introduced by Assemblymember Brian McLaughlin which authorizes police to tow away cars parked in handicapped drivers More...

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Maloney Urges Regulation Of Helicopters

Following two helicopter crashes into the East River on Manhattan More...

Queens’ H.S. Students Win Awards

The Bertelsmann Foundation More...

Weiner Pledges ‘New Leadership’ For City If Elected

In his ninth speech detailing his vision for the city, Congressmember and Democratic mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner pledged to bring new leadership to City Hall and fight for the middle class if elected. More...

Cazilas Becomes Eagle Scout

Patrick J. Cazilas attained the rank of Eagle Scout in an Eagle Court of Honor April 3. An admiring audience of family and friends was present to see him achieve the highest honor the Boy Scouts of America can bestow. More...

Sokol Is Commerce Bank Commercial Lending VP Team

Commerce Bank (NYSE: CBH), More...

Graham Crusades In Flushing Meadows–Corona Park

The Greater New York Billy Graham Crusade is set to take place in Flushing Meadows More...

Starbucks Opens At Kaufman Astoria Studios

The new Starbucks of Astoria at the Kaufman Astoria Studio Annex celebrated its grand opening at noon last Friday, June 17, with George Kaufman and Sol A. Levitin of The Kaufman Organization, Hal G. More...

Heat Wave Shows Need For Air Conditioning In Schools

With the final full week in school here, public school students, teachers, and administrators can expect somewhat cooler conditions after experiencing 11 consecutive days of the most intense heat for early June in more than a decade. The 2004 More...

Free Soccer Clinic Set

A free soccer clinic for boys and girls ages 6 to 12, sponsored by the generosity of Astoria Federal Savings Bank in conjunction with Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens, Inc. More...

Elmhurst Hospital Graduates Medical Interpreters

On Friday, June 17 at 4 p.m., Elmhurst Hospital Center (EHC) at 79-01 Broadway. More...

Maltese Effort To Block Gay Appointees To State GOP Fails

State Senator Serphin Maltese More...

Board 7 Welcomes Olympics Stadium

If Mayor Michael Bloomberg More...

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Atonement Lutheran: More...

Nicotine Patch Kits Are Going, Going, Almost Gone

Nearly one month after the launch of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) nicotine patch program, less than 5,000 kits remain for New York City smokers who want to quit. More...

Nolan’s Bill Short Circuits Conductor-Less Subway Trains

As the Transit Authority launched its controversial pilot project to operate a subway train with no conductor, only a motorman, legislation is advancing in the Assembly to ban the policy under a bill introduced by Assemblymember Catherine Nolan. More...

4th Santora Scholarship Dinner-Dance Honors 7

Among the 343 members of the New York City Fire Department who gave their lives for their fellow man on Sept. 11, 2001 was a young firefighter who had been on the job just eight months. More...

The Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens Presents ITALIAN NIGHTS 2005 June 22

Roberta Wells Conservatory of Arts And Learning, More...

Fidelis Care, Doral Bank To Host Health Events

Working together to help improve the health of Queens residents, the non-profit health plan, Fidelis Care, and Doral Bank are hosting four Community Health Days from June 22 to June 25 in Queens. More...

9/11 Responders Plead With Administration To Give Back $125M Medical Aid

Six volunteer responders, representing many others who worked at Ground Zero, journeyed to Washington, D.C. last week to urge President George W. More...

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