March 1, 2006 RSS feed / Features

Bd. 1 Welcomes Warehouse Conversion

A proposal to convert a former commercial warehouse into a modern sixstory mixed-use property with 28 dwelling units was unanimously approved by Community Board 1 after the issue of local traffic congestion in the area of 38th Avenue and Crescent Str More...

Woodside-Maspeth Rezoning Plans Aired At Hearings

A plan for rezoning approximately 134 blocks in the neighborhoods of Woodside and Maspeth moved closer to reality last Thursday at Land Use hearings in Borough Hall. More...

On the brief side...

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Vandal Suspect Arraigned On 30 Graffiti Charges

Oliver Siandre, 27, of 100 West 92nd St., Manhattan, a jewelry model maker whose More...

Leaders Call On PBS To Pull Plug On Armenian Genocide Deniers

Congressmember Anthony Weiner (D More...

Tips For Keeping Streets Vermin Free

Rats need food, water and shelter to survive. To avoid a rat-friendly environment, follow these guidelines: More...

Higher Education in Queens:

St. John

Schools of higher education are the gateway to a future of success and professionalism. Higher learning is the root of educational quality and the wall separating mediocrity and erudite proficiency. More...

Andrew Jackson, 5 Other Black Leaders Honored

Andrew P. More...

114th Police Precinct Blotter

Wednesday, February 22: More...

Queens GOP Endorses Spencer To Run Against Clinton

Queens Republican Party Chairman state Senator Serphin Maltese announced yesterday that the county GOP organization has endorsed former Yonkers mayor John Spencer to run against incumbent United States Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in November. More...

SJU Students To Help Katrina Victims During Spring Break

Students from St. John More...

Jackson Heights Art Club

March: Eight week art classes, all media, adults/children, once a week, $90 adults, $55 children. More...

COUNCILMEMBERS VISIT CANCER CENTER:

Council Speaker Christine Quinn visited Councilmember James Gennaro More...

LIC Residential Real Estate Continues To Grow

The agenda for the Long Island City Business Development Corporation More...

T H E p u l p i t

Atonement Lutheran: More...

HEAP Can Help With Energy Bills

HEAP, the federally-funded Home Energy Assistance Program is intended to help people with low-incomes pay for energy bills. This includes assistance with electricity, gas and oil bills even if heat and utilities are included in the rent. More...

Gioia Discusses Ways To Avoid Rodent Infestation

City Councilmember Eric Gioia presented tips to Woodside residents and business owners on what they can do to keep the community clean and free of rats. More...

All Aboard The Seven Line

ur next stop on our journey on the No. 7 line is 46th Street/Bliss Street in a neighborhood called Sunnyside. More...

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