September 14, 2005 RSS feed / Features

Board 2 Ponders Emergency Planning In Katrina’s Wake

As Community Board 2 ended its summer break and reconvened in early September, awareness of events more than a thousand miles away could not go unexpressed. More...

Economy After Katrina Is LICBDC Breakfast Topic

Joel Naroff, Commerce Bank chief economist, will discuss the state of the economy after Hurricane Katrina at a Long Island City Business Development Corporation business breakfast on Thursday, September 22. More...

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Fuel Crisis Proposals From All Government Levels

From Washington to Albany and City Hall last week the cries from motorists and homeowners for relief from sky-high oil prices and gouging continued. More...

Queens Marine Aids In Katrina Rescue Efforts

Photo Staff Sgt. Demetrio J. Espinosa Corporal John Forero USMC, an Assault Amphibian Vehicle crew chief, uses hand signals to communicate to another crew member while his AAV floats through the city streets of Eastern New Orleans. More...

LaG CC Gets Immigrant Hospitality Training Grant

To address workforce shortages in the hospitality industry, LaGuardia Community College has received a $494,000 grant from the U.S. More...

Community Board 11 Seeks CERT Volunteers

The last big hurricane to land in New York, Hurricane Gloria, struck in September 1985. More...

Maloney: Report Finds Fed 9/11 Health Screening Program Failed

Confirming complaints from Congressmember Carolyn Maloney and others, a government report has found that a federal program intended to monitor the health of post-9/11 Ground Zero workers covered only a relative handful of cases and went out of busine More...

Crowds Attend UCCA 9/11 Candlelight Memorial

The United Community Civic Association (UCCA) held its annual Memorial Candlelight Ceremony at McManus Memorial Park, 81st Street and the Grand Central Parkway Service Road, Astoria Heights, on Monday. More...

Vallone Describes Graffiti Fight To Board 1 Cabinet

The relentless tide of graffiti in Astoria appears to have been beaten back, at least for now, and a new, clean power plant is rising to eventually take the place of the old, pollution-emitting one, but the Steinway Street Bridge will remain closed u More...

Flushing Y Gymnasts Win National Title, State Games Gold

The months of June and July were busy months for the Flushing YMCA More...

Soccer Club Wins Division

The Astoria Italia Soccer Club under 14 team wins the under 14 B Division championship for the 2004-2005 season. More...

Queens Developments Hold Katrina Concert

East River Development Alliance (ERDA) Founder and Chairman The Rev. Mitchell Taylor, nine Long Island City churches, four public housing developments More...

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