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Abiding Word Ministries: +Fridays, 8 p.m., prayer and worship service; Sundays, 11 a.m., miracle and healing service; summer day camp, computer training, music lessons, counseling, 116-67 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica; 718-323-29218, www.abidingwordministr More...

Astoria/LIC Kiwanis Celebrates 20th Anniversary

What better way is there to celebrate a special anniversary than by spending it with family and friends? More...

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Associations Sep. 21, 7 p.m., More...

Restaurant of the Week

Gazette RESTAURANT Of The WEEK

Mezzo Mezzo Joins Fine Greek Cuisine, Rustic Charm

sINCE MEZZO MEZZO OPENED EIGHT YEARS AGO, IT HAS ATTRACTED AN ECLECTIC CROWD THAT COMES FOR CONSISTENTLY DELICIOUS GREEK STYLE FISH, SEAFOOD AND MEAT DISHES IN A CHARMING, RUSTIC ENVIRONMENT. More...

Health Care

New York Hospital Queens Today

A few years ago, the hospital, which today operates at an average of 97 percent of capacity, began a major modernization planning process so that it could add much needed acute care beds and improved access to cardiac and interventional services for More...

Editorials

Low Turnout Hurts Democracy

If you were eligible to vote in last Tuesday's primary election, did you vote? More...

Hails Maloney, Gazette

To The Editor: I applaud Ms. More...

Missed The Boat

To The Editor: It was about three months ago. We had a Colombia Day Parade on Northern Boulevard. I was at 73rd Street watching the parade, when in front of me, 10 feet away, there was Curtis Sliwa, head of the Guardian Angels. More...

Political Page

Woodside 9/11 Heroes Honored With Plaque

City Councilmember Eric Gioia, Woodside residents and local leaders, including Assemblymembers Margaret Markey and Catherine Nolan and Congressmember Joseph Crowley, recently unveiled a memorial plaque honoring 34 Woodsiders who died at the World Tra More...

GOP Fence Bill 'Political Ploy', Crowley Charges

Scoffing at a Republican proposal to build a 700-mile-long fence along the Mexican border, Congressmember Joseph Crowley declared that it would neither bolster national security nor offer a realistic solution to immigration. More...

Queens Voters Face Short Ballot On November 7

In about a week since the brief campaigns leading up to the November 7 elections started, the three Democratic candidates at the top of the statewide ticket enjoy comfortable leads over their Republican opponents, a poll by an upstate research group More...

Seniors

Gianaris Launches Senior Appreciation Week; Medicare Premium Rises

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris took off his Assemblymember's hat and replaced it with a colorful bingo caller's cap yesterday as he launched the fourth annual Senior Appreciation Week at four Astoria senior centers. More...

Glenridge Senior Center Gets Hunger Award

Glenridge Senior Citizen Multi-Service &Advisory Center staff members (l. to r.) Jean More...

SENIOR THE SAVVY Senior Depression:

What You Should Know

Dear Savvy Senior Where can I get information and help More...

Features

Parking Lot Could Be Green Space And Boat Launch

Vernon Boulevard runs from Astoria Boulevard to Newtown Creek. Near the watery terminus, it passes over the Queens-Midtown Tunnel and is cut off from its last short stretch by tracks of the Long Island Rail Road, also reaching terminus not far away. More...

Truck Driver In Fatal Crash Won't Face Criminal Charges

The driver of the truck involved in an August 14 crash on the New Jersey More...

NYHQ To Undergo Major Expansion

Amajor expansion of New York Hospital Queens (NYHQ), including More...

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