Since 1982, the Gazette newspapers have kept a steady hand on the pulse of community news for residents and businesses in Queens. As the eyes and ears of the community, the Gazette weekly newspapers provide a vital service by reporting the local news to Queens' families, seniors and business people.
Covering local news from politics and community events to the arts and entertainment, from breaking news to restaurant reviews, the reporters at the Gazette cast a unique light on Queens. They say all politics is local. Most news is too, and the Gazette covers all the important local news, often overlooked by other media, that has relevance for and impact on the residents of Queens.
For 25 years, the Gazette newspapers have been a vital community resource, providing the borough with great information and great journalism.
Congratulation son 25 years of outstanding local reporting for the residents of Queens. The entire borough owes you a debt of gratitude.
Thomas P. DiNapoli
New York State Comptroller