September 10, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

9/11 Sep. 11, 7 p.m., Kidz Care annual candlelight vigil, volunteers needed; jr@peoplefindersplus.com or kidzcarecivic@ gmail.com. Sep. More...

Restaurant of the Week

T-Bone Diner

107-48 Queens Boulevard Forest Hills, NY 718.261.7744

c ome visit the T-Bone Diner, a gastronomic landmark, open since 1934. The T-Bone Diner is prominently located on Queens Blvd, a block away from the Midway Theatre, with easy access to several trains. More...

Health Care

Electronic Health Initiative Earns Kudos For QLIMG

Queens-Long Island Medical Group (QLIMG), one of the largest medical groups in the New York metropolitan area, has been named the winner of a national award for excellence in improving patient care through the use of computers to automate and conne More...

Features

3 Dem Incumbents Expected To Win Primary Contests

Yesterday's primary elections in Queens were few in number but represented tough challenges to the three Democratic incumbents on the ballot and who, despite the tight races, were expected to prevail and be nominated to run for a new term. More...

News Of The Neighborhoods

New Regs For School 'Bias Bullies' A new city initiative dubbed "Respect For All" requires that city schools appoint a staff member to handle harassment and report any bias-based bullying incident to the Department of Education (DOE) within 24 ho More...

114th Civ--OP Holds Graffiti Cleanup Day

On August 22, officers assigned to the 114th Police Precinct, members of the 114th Precinct Explorers program and members of the 114th Precinct Civilian Observation Patrol (114 Civ-OP), Inc. worked from noon to 5 p.m. More...

Political Page

Opponents Of Term Limits Change Surface, Stage Set For Battle

Although Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Council have sent enough trial balloons aloft about extending the term limits law but have not made a definite move in that direction, their actions apparently speak loudly enough to have inspired a lar More...

Seniors

The Savvy Senior

Money Matters: Financial Education For Women

Dear Savvy Senior, What financial education resources can you recommend to help an unsavvy woman prepare for retirement? I am divorced, living on a tight budget, approaching retirement age and need some help. More...

Editorials

Editorial

9/11 Memorial Offers New Start In Democratic Tradition

Seven years ago tomorrow terrorists flew two hijacked passenger jets into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, killing almost 3,000 people. On that same day, another hijacked airliner was flown into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. More...

What's Stopping Us?

To The Editor: We are now facing a monumental energy problem and it's time to allow American know-how and can-do ingenuity to resolve this mess created by politicians. More...

Georgia Faces Disaster

To The Editor: The Republic of Georgia now has a potential new enemy. It is Iran. The Washington Times broke the story on September 4. More...

Sports

Mets Defeat Phillies 6-3, Stay In First Place

The New York Mets played a weekend series against their archrivals, the second place Philadelphia Phillies, holding a three-game lead when the Phillies came to town. The Phillies defeated the Mets Friday night. More...

FIAOQ Holds Soccer Camp

The Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens, Inc. hosted its annual Summer Soccer Camp, made possible with funding from City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Jets Open Season with 20-14 Win

Changing quarterbacks on the eve of their first pre-season game was one of the factors in the New York Jets' defeat of the Miami Dolphins in the NFL season opener for both teams last Sunday. More...

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