February 1, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Associations Feb. 2, 7-10 p.m., More...

Health Care

Holiday Celebrations At Queens Boulevard Extended Care

December at Queens Boulevard Extended Care Facility was an exciting month for Dresidents, staff and families. More...

Love Your Heart During February

New York City and the rest of the country will Go Red For Women during February, American Heart Month. More...

Free Help For Smokers Who Want To Quit

(NAPSA)-If quitting smoking has become a habit, you're not alone. A recent study found that more than 51 percent of surveyed smokers say they will or may try to quit in 2006, and nearly all of them (86 percent) have tried to quit before. More...

Editorials

Laws To Protect Children Must Be Passed Now

The names are all that changes. Lisa Steinberg Elisa Izquerdo Elijaha Santana and David Maldonado Jr. More...

Letters

Olympic Slot To The Editor: Does the Olympic Committee have no shame? They have the audacity to usurp the slot on the Women More...

Med Smart Card Makes Good Sense

Editorial

Elsewhere in this issue (see page 44) a story describes a plan to issue what More...

Star Journal

Cold War, Korean Conflict Heat Up In January 1951

Get into a conversation with a longtime Queens resident and you%27re likely to discover a subscriber of the More...

Political Page

Nolan, Lafayette Named To Top Assembly Jobs

Assemblymember Catherine Nolan, Ridgewood, was appointed to the chairmanship of the powerful Assembly Education Committee last week, accomplishing what few of her Queens colleagues, past and present, have ever achieved. More...

Seniors

Feds Say Insurers Must Pay For Drugs Unavailable Under Part D

Some two dozen states, including New York, that stepped in to pay for drugs for seniors who were unable to obtain or pay for them under the new Medicare drug plan that started January 1, will be reimbursed by the federal government or the insurance c More...

Mary O’Connor Celebrates 106th Birthday

(L. to r.): Monsignor Fitzpatrick Skilled Nursing Pavilion Administrator Karl Nelson, Mary O More...

Book Review

‘The Squid And The Whale’: A Family In Crisis Gazette

Set in Park Slope, Brooklyn in 1986, More...

Features

Crowley, Weiner Tell Bush, ‘Stop $ Aid To Anti-Israel Terrorists’

In the wake of the anti-Israel terrorist organization Hamas winning control of the Palestinian Authority government last More...

Vallone Closes Auto Accident Loophole

Vallone called on the state legislature last week to close a loophole in a law that was enacted last year tightening the statute dealing with persons who leave the scene of an accident. More...

Justice Risi Retires From Bench

After 17 years on the bench, state Supreme Court Justice Joseph J. More...

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