October 5, 2005 RSS feed / Features

Barrere Leaves 114th Pct. For Brooklyn Post

Only days after a whirlwind of command calls and decisions, Inspector David Barrere found himself presiding at the 114th Precinct Community Council for the last time as commanding officer of the 114th Precinct. More...

2 Cops From 108th Precinct Honored For Robbery Arrests

Action taken on the robbery of a restaurant deliveryman earned two officers a Cop of the Month award at the September meeting of the 108th Police Precinct Community Council at the Sunnyside Senior Center, the first after the summer break. More...

Court Of Appeals Judge Speaks At Bar Association Photo Walter Karling

Associate Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals Carmen Beauchamp Cipatrick was guest speaker at the Queens County Bar Association annual Frank S. Polestino Memorial Lecture and Court of Appeals Update last week. More...

Board 7 Approves Rezoning

In the first step toward another major overhaul of the city More...

Vincent Iannece, Prominent Italian-American, Dies At 80

Vincenzo (Vincent) Iannece, one of the leading Italian-American activists in New York state and in Astoria, died last Thursday, September 29, from pulmonary and heart complications brought on by his long battle with cancer. He was 80 years old. More...

City Buys 529 New Buses For MTA; Liu Asks, What Took So Long?

The city has acquired 529 new buses for the MTA bus company, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority subsidiary charged with running the previously private bus companies that are being taken over. More...

114th Pct. Cops Lauded For Sex Assault Arrest

City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Native New Yorker Takes Over 114th Pct.

Deputy Inspector Brian McCarthy, who assumed command of the 114th Police Precinct in Astoria on Friday, September 30 was born in 1962. He grew up in the Greenpoint More...

Flushing Officials Urge Plan Approval For Keith’s Site

Elected officials have joined to ask the city Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) to approve plans for a mixed use residential and commercial high-rise building to be built on the former RKO Keith More...

OEM Chief Bares Storm Evac Plan To Vallone’s Committee

The intense media coverage of the death, destruction and horrible experiences suffered by millions of residents of areas recently devastated by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita have left indelible impressions on the minds of New York City residents and pu More...

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Queens Boulevard Extended Care Hosts Family Festival

Residents, families, friends, and volunteers, together with the dedicated staff of Queens Boulevard Extended Care Facility, enjoyed a spectacular end-of-summer festival on Sunday, September 18. More...

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