January 16, 2008 RSS feed / Features

Clinton, Obama Call Truce In Their Race- Tainted Primary Campaigns

Amid growing rancor and bitterness between rival Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, Clinton took the first step in defusing the racially explosive situation by calling for a truce on Monday. More...

Poster Design Scholarship Entries Due Feb. 8

For high school seniors with an interest in turning their love of art into a career, The Art Institutes is sponsoring a Poster Design Competition, "Life is Better With Art In it" a program which awards tuition scholarships of up to $25,000 to study More...

Rudy's Go-For-Broke Florida Ploy May Snap Under McCain's Pressure

Rudy Giuliani's strategy of the moment is to win the Florida primary in 13 days on January 29, putting him in a favorable striking position for the crucial, all-important 24 primaries which occur seven days later on Super Tuesday, February 5. More...

12 Officers Promoted At Ridgewood Savings Bank

On January 8, the Board of Trustees of Ridgewood Savings Bank announced that promotions had been approved for 12 banking officers at various levels of management. More...

114th Pct. Names Top Cop And Supervisor Of The Year

On Wednesday, January 9, 114th Police Precinct Commanding Officer Inspector Brian McCarthy announced precinct's Cop of the Year and Supervisor of the Year awards for 2007. More...

1996 Vallone Scholar Promoted By U.S. Army

John H. Mark, a 1996 recipient of a Judge Charles V a l l o n e Scholarship, and an alumnus of Corpus Christi Parochial School, Loyola H.S., Manhattan College and St. More...

Feb. 10 Event Helps College-Bound Students File Tuition Aid Applications

College-bound New Yorkers were urged last week by state Senate Minority Leader Malcolm Smith to utilize two existing state financial aid programs to access tuition loans. More...

'School House' Rocks Boys & Girls Club

Two electrifying performances of "School House Rock Live!" in the Salah M. Hassanein Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens' Broccoli Theatre on December 20 and 21 were presented by a cast and crew, every member of which was under the age of 12. More...

News Of The Neighborhoods

New York's Finest Hit The Streets The city's newest class of police recruits took the oath in Queens last week, where Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly applauded their past achievements and welcomed them to a future of bright possibilities with t More...

114th Precinct Blotter Highlights

Monday, January 14: • Under the direct supervision of 114th Police Precinct Commanding Officer Inspector Brian McCarthy, a search warrant was executed at 41-13 12th St. More...

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