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Political Page

Major Problem: Ferrer Campaign Very Low On Cash, Contributions Trickling In

The latest campaign filings reported were bad news for the mayoral hopeful Fernando Ferrer campaign. More...

Editorials

Justice, Nominee Bring New Blood To Long Tradition

John Glover Roberts was confirmed September 30 as the 17th Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. His nomination by President George W. More...

Let’s Resume Pursuit Of Jets Football Stadium In Queens

Here at the Gazette , we are supreme optimists. For that reason we still cling to a shred of hope that the deal made by the New York Jets football team and the New York Giants team owners to share a new stadium in New Jersey More...

Letters

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As October begins, so does Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Over the next few weeks, you More...

Seniors

Senior Forum Focuses On New Medicare Rx Plan

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris held his annual public forum on seniors and disability issues last Friday. More...

Wrestler Reaches 100-Year Mark

Abe Coleman (seated) celebrated his 100th birthday at his Flushing home surrounded by friends (l. to r.) Miriam Bly, Willy Bly and Jeff Gottlieb, Central Queens Historical Association president. More...

Features

‘Kiko’, ‘Keko’ Graffiti Vandals Nabbed

One of New York City More...

Columbus Day Parade Marches On Despite Rain

Despite chilly rain, the annual Columbus Day Parade sponsored by the Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens (FIAOQ) went off without a hitch last Saturday. Joseph Sciame, St. John More...

Marshall, Avella Contests Rank As Most Interesting

Two of the most interesting election races on the November 8 ballot involve Borough President Helen Marshall and City Councilmember Tony Avella, both Democrats seeking a second and final four-year term under Term Limits. More...

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