November 28, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Times and dates are subject to change. Please call event sponsors to confirm. Dec. 2 Advent 1st Day, Dec. 4 Chanukah begins at sundown, Dec. 5 Chanukah 1st Day, Dec. 8, Bodhi Day, Dec. 12, Chanukah 8th Day, Dec. 20 Eid al-Adha, Dec. More...

Restaurant of the Week

La Sazon Del Mono Guayaco

45-07 47th Avenue • Sunnyside • 718.383.7214

t ake a culinary journey to the coastal area of Guayaquil, Ecuador when you visit La Sazon Del Mono Guayaco. More...

Seniors

Short-Term Respite Care Service Is Lifeline

Caregivers often neglect their own health and well-being when caring for a loved one. More...

Editorials

Mayor Must Fight Harder With Albany To Fix OTB

Editorial

Let us make it perfectly clear at the outset: the Gazette recommends that the city Off Track Betting Corporation (NYC OTB) should remain in business because it has proven in the past that it can make money for the city and it can continue to do s More...

Letters to the Editor

Obama's Time Not Now To The Editor: The 2008 presidential election is for the Democrats to lose. More...

Sports

Adams Defeats Wadleigh, Is PSAL Cup Division Champ

With warm sun making a 30 degree-plus beautiful, chilly Sunday bearable, the Harlem Hellcats from Harlem's Wadleigh H.S. waited on Brooklyn's Midwood H.S. Field for John Adams H.S. More...

Three Queens Student Athletes Earn PSAL Awards

PSAL Executive Director Donald Douglas, joined by Alan Blank, PSAL Director of Player Eligibility, announced different categories of PSAL Boy Varsity season leaders. More...

Red Storm Defeats Fairleigh Dickinson, 92-67

St. John's University faced off with Fairleigh Dickinson at Carnesecca Arena for their third non-league game to remain undefeated (3-0) after a 92-67 win. More...

Political Page

Queens' D.C. Lawmakers Secure Funds For Local Improvements

Queens lawmakers in Washington have secured large amounts of money for improving quality of life in the borough, and other programs including projects which will produce a quieter environment in Woodside and Little Neck. More...

Oprah Hitting Campaign Trail Invites Much Speculation

In a strategically timed campaign move which could give Barack Obama a tremendous boost toward capturing the Democratic Party presidential nomination, television superstar Oprah Winfrey will campaign with Obama in the crucial final stages of the fi More...

Looks Like GOP Senators Will Make Fare Hike An Issue In '08

Democratic and Republican lawmakers alike blasted the MTA subway fare and bridge toll increase plans prior to Governor Eliot Spitzer's intervention last week, which saved a small percentage of straphangers from increased commuting costs. More...

Features

EHC Staff Holds Turkey Drive For Patients And Families

Elmhurst Hospital Center Engineering and Maintenance staff organized a Thanksgiving Turkey Drive for families in need of a Thanksgiving meal. More...

Brucculeri Named Outstanding Fundraiser

More than 700 people attended Philanthropy Day 2007, hosted by the Association for Fundraising Professionals of Long Island (AFPLI), an event which honors people who "truly exemplify the heart and spirit of philanthropy". More...

Chris Hwang Is Commerce Bank Commercial Loan VP

Commerce Bank (NYSE: CBH), "America's Most Convenient Bank", recently named Chris Hwang vice president and team leader, commercial lending. More...

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