January 14, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

American Airlines Presents New York Market Snapshot

American Airlines has served the New York market for more than 80 years. It understands the needs of New York passengers, offering them a global route network, competitive fares, and a long-standing commitment to the Greater New York community. More...

Police News

Cops Warn Queens Residents: Beware Police Impersonators

Queens police officials are warning residents to be wary of thugs and thieves who pose as NYPD officers or detectives to gain access to homes and apartments. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Calendar compiled by Susan Cleary Inauguration Jan. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Laterna For All Life's Celebration

F or all of life's celebrations, from an intimate dinner for two to a wedding celebration for 200, Laterna is your first choice in dining and catering. More...

Editorials

King's Legacy Benefits All Americans

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have been 80 years old on January 15, is hailed for his work as a civil rights leader. More...

Maloney Is Still Best Choice For Senate

As of this past Monday, New York Governor David Paterson had not made a choice as to who will fill the United States Senate seat that will become vacant when Hillary Clinton is confirmed as Secretary of State, a confirmation expected to come about More...

Letter to the Editor

Put Money Into Jobs To The Editor: The incoming administration and Congress are developing an economic stimulus plan of about $800 billion, which is supposed to create approximately three million jobs. More...

5 Queens Schools To Close, 3 Merge Under Diocese Plan

A plan proposed by the Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, under which diocesan officials are meeting and consulting with parents and school administrators, would see five elementary schools in Queens closed at the end of the 2008-09 academic ye More...

Silver Swears In Meng As Family, Colleagues Watch

Assemblymember Grace Meng was officially sworn in on January 12, 20069 More...

Dutch Kills Wants Its Pumper Truck Back

The typical series of announcements marking Community Board 1 More...

Den Dekker Addresses Board 2 January Meeting

Assemblymember Michael Den Dekker, the newly elected representative of the 34th Assembly District, set the year off at the January meeting of Community Board 2 with a brief address. More...

Political Page

Gianaris Proposes 4-Day Work Week For Some State Workers

aAssemblymember Michael Gianaris has proposed legislation imposing a four-day work week for most state employees as a way to save $30 million a year for cash-strapped New York state. More...

Hillary, East Elmhurst's Holder Face Grilling At Confirmation Hearings

With U.S. Senator wannabes anxiously watching, Senator Hillary Clinton went before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for her confirmation hearing as U.S. Secretary of State. More...

Seniors

Job Resources For 'Un-Retirees'

Dear Savvy Senior, What resources can you recommend to help retirees find a job? With the economy in the tank and my nest egg dwindling, I've had to cut back my monthly withdrawals to keep from running out of money. More...

Features

Obama Seeks Digital TV Postponement

President-elect Barack Obama has asked Congress to consider a delay of the February 17 conversion to digital transmission by television stations. The $1.34 billion federal coupon program reached its legal funding limit on January 4. More...

Mayor Likes Obama's Stimulus Plan, But Some Dem Senators Don't

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who attended the speech last Thursday outlining Presidentelect Barack Obama's $775 billion stimulus plan, called it a great speech, and said Obama understands cities must be a major focus in the recovery plans. More...

State Senate Greets New Session With New Rules

For the first time in 40 years, the state senate began a session in Albany with the Democrats in control of the chamber. More...

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