February 15, 2006 RSS feed / Features

DA, 114th CO At Astoria Civic Assn. Focus On Crime

Queens County District Attorney Richard Brown entered to applause at the February meeting of the Astoria Civic Association, where he was the evening More...

Maloney Says Feds To Give More $$ For 2nd Ave. Subway

Congressmember Carolyn Maloney hailed a new federal report released last week which will send More...

Queens Library Offers Low-Income Seniors Free Tax Counseling

Make tax season less taxing all the way around. Free individual income tax counseling for low-income older adults is available at several library locations. More...

THE Pulpit

Atonement Lutheran: More...

Hotline Tracks Patient Care Complaints

State Senator George Onorato (D More...

Botanical Garden Green Roof Described At Boro Board

Saving energy and enhancing the environment were the themes of the January borough board meeting. Max Joel, Queens Botanical Garden capital project assistant, updated the board on the garden More...

Boro Budget Hearings Outline Needs

By mandate of the City Charter, borough boards hold a public hearing every year to establish budget priorities, even though services and entitlements are mostly fixed into the $52.5 billion city preliminary budget released by Mayor Michael Bloomberg More...

Cathy’s Dance Studio Celebrates 50 Years

Musical Director/Owner Michelle Koutsoubelis, teachers, parents and students at Cathy More...

All Aboard The Seven Line

T he next stop on the No. 7 line brings us to 61st More...

Steinway Street Bridge Demolition Starts

Lanes will be closed and parking restricted on the Grand Central Parkway, Astoria Boulevard and the Brooklyn Queens Expressway for the weekends of February 18 to 20 and February 25 to 27 in order to demolish the southern and northern portions of the More...

Avella Miffed At Marshall, Ticked Off At Klein, Too

Taking sharp issue with Queens Borough President Helen Marshall for supporting a spa to be included in a new small hotel to be built in College Point, City Councilmember Tony Avella says the community will have a hard fight to defeat the proposal and More...

Cop, Supervisor Of 2005 Named At 114th Precinct

Police Officer Joseph Faivus, who arrested a graffiti vandal whose tag defaced more than 60 properties in Astoria, and Lieutenant Joseph Gulotta, who has executed 12 search warrants in the 114th Precinct, resulting in the confiscation of thousands of More...

5 ‘Johns’ Have Cars Seized In Losing Proposition

Operation Losing Proposition proved just that for eight individuals on Friday, February 10. More...

Jackson Heights: Then, Now, In Future A Global Village

pride and the coming together of different nationalities from all over the world. The Olympic torch signifies an inextinguishable flame bridging history, the present and the future. More...

Fast, Inexpensive Cartridge Refilling Bows In Astoria

Cartridge World, the largest retailer of cartridge refilling services in the world, has opened its newest franchise location in Astoria. More...

Construction, Crime Turn Party Into Biz Meeting

The February meeting of the Dutch Kills Civic Association, in the cafeteria of St. Patrick More...

Sueño Latino’ Premieres Feb. 16 At Lexington School

Latin fever spreads to a new generation when More...

Restaurant Owner To Get Help With Noise Problem

A restaurant owner who came to Land Use hearings in Borough Hall seeking approval of the decks he had added to his establishment left with promises of assistance for dealing with a noise problem that would seem to be no fault of his as well. More...

$1.4M Secured To Rebuild Streets Destroyed By Flood

Funding to repair the streets and sidewalks destroyed by last February More...

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