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CORONA MOTHER CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER

Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Apr. 22 Earth Day Community Meetings Associations Apr. 3, 7:30 p.m., United Community Civic; Augustana Lutheran Church, 69-05 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria Heights. Apr. More...

Restaurant of the Week

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Editorials

Wish Mets And Yanks Well In Their Parks' Last Season

Editorial

Every Opening Day is special, but Opening Day 2008 is exceptional. More...

Ognibene Protests Move

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. Hon. Philip Ragusa Chairman, Queens County Republican Party 14-15 157th Street Whitestone, N.Y. More...

Change Of Address Requests

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. More...

Sports

Brooklyn Cyclones To Host Moneyball Night

Recession? What recession? On July 23, the Brooklyn Cyclones, the Class A affiliate of the New York Mets, will celebrate money managers, financial analysts and bean-counters with "Moneyball Night". That night, throughout the team's 7 p.m. More...

Mets Announce 2008 Roster

The Mets, favored by many to win the National League East, announced their 2008 Opening Day roster. Rookie Nagel Pagan has shined with both his arm and his glove. More...

York's Kasza Makes All-CUNYAC Second Team

York College men's volleyball player Marcin Kasza has been named to the 2008 All- CUNYAC Men's Volleyball Second Team. Kasza, a freshman who split time at setter and outside hitter, was the Cardinals' most consistent player throughout the season. More...

Breaking News

Mets Drop Home Opener To Phillies, 5-2
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By Dan Miller The Mets sent Oliver Perez (1-0) to face Jamie Moyer (0-0) and the Philadelphia Phillies in this 45th and final opening day at Shea Stadium. More...

NYPD Wanted For Attempted Robbery

The New York City Police Department is asking the public's assistance in identifying the suspect wanted for an attempted robbery from the confines of the 114th Pct. Details are as follows: More...

Political Page

Mayor Faces Tough Task To Get Dem Support In Albany

Mayor Michael Bloomberg won a major political victory on Monday when the City Council passed his congestion pricing plan, but he faces a far tougher task in Albany where Assembly Democrats have not been very receptive to the controversial proposal. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Demand Postponement Of DFTA Senior Center 'Modernization' Plans

High ranking city and state officials have called for a delay in plans by the City Department for the Aging to reorganize the city's 329 senior centers and services for seniors. City Comptroller William C. Thompson Jr. More...

Features

Kaner Legacy Lives On At Ronald McDonald House

An American journalist, philanthropist and long-time resident of Port Washington, Walter Kaner is best known for his stint as "Tokyo Mose" during and after World War II where he aired a popular broadcast radio show on U.S. Army Radio. More...

Survivors Of Armenian Genocide Speak Out

On Sunday March 30, five women who live at the New York Armenian Home for the Aged in Flushing and whose ages ranged from 98 to 103, spoke in broken English or with the assistance of translators about the atrocities that they and their families fac More...

114th Community Council Looks At Gang Activity

The 114th Precinct Community Council convened on March 25 to discuss the issue of gang activity and the preventative measures taken by police to combat this threat. More...

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