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First Of Trilogy ‘Quadehar The Sorcerer’ Debuts

Scholastic presents Book of Stars Part One: Quadehar the Sorcerer More...

Efforts To Establish Bank In Queensbridge Are Progressing

Efforts to establish a bank in the Queensbridge Houses complex in Long Island City have reached the negotiation stage and may not be far from becoming reality, according to public officials involved in the project. More...

Bloomberg Promises Action As He’s Sworn In To 2nd Term

After Mayor Michael Bloomberg was sworn in to a second term at City Hall on Monday, he pledged to pursue a major housing program, to lock in the educational gains of his first administration, to campaign for more housing at Ground Zero and to join in More...

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Mayor Signs Vallone

Mayor Michael Bloomberg last week signed into law a package of strong anti-graffiti legislation which had been sponsored by City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. (D More...

Athanasiades Foundation Awards College Scholarships

Members of the W.W. II generation are becoming history. Our youth do not have a person-to-person encounter with persons who survived a world war and created the most prosperous civilization of mankind. More...

SJU Loses To Marist, Duke

Madison Square Garden is the alternate home court for the St. John More...

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Atonement Lutheran: More...

Post-Holiday Sales Keep Retailers Happy

Although the holiday season is coming to a close and Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa have come and gone, shoppers are still shopping and taking advantage of the post-holiday sales, using popular gift cards and increasing merchandisers More...

All Aboard The Seven Line

Th e next stop on the No. 7 line after 111th Street-Corona is 103rd Street-Corona Plaza, where we enter a new neighborhood with a completely different culture and lifestyle. More...

114th Police Precinct Blotter

Wednesday, December 21: More...

Crime Rate Continues To Reach New Lows Statewide

Governor George E. Pataki announced that in the first six months of 2005, crime continued to drop to historic lows in New York state. More...

Gianaris Helps Bring New Equipment To Mt. Sinai Queens

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris (D-Astoria) secured $275,000 in State funding for Mt. Sinai Hospital of Queens to pay for a new CT scanner for the hospital More...

Commerce Bank Opens In Bayside

Councilmember Tony Avella (second from r.), and state Senator Frank Padavan (c.) joined officials of Commerce Bank in celebrating the opening of Commerce Banks More...

Young Boxers Showcase Talents At Jamaica Club

The sweet science came to Queens last Thursday night when Lionheart Boxing Promotions presented Thursday Night Fights in the Big Apple at Amazura Night Club, 91-12 144th Pl., Jamaica on December 29. More...

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