April 1, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

14 Crystal Window Models Earn Stimulus Tax Credits

Fourteen of Crystal Window & Door Systems’ high-performance vinyl window models can earn homeowners substantial tax credits under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus legislation recently signed into law. More...

St. John's-Georgetown Matchup Opens Citi Field

The first game ever played at Citi Field, the rubber match of a three-game series between St. John’s University and Georgetown University, took place on Sunday, March 29. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Community Meetings Associations Apr. 2, 7:30 p.m., sharp, United Community Civic; Augustana Lutheran Church, 69-05 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria Heights. Apr. More...

Editorials

Cut Taxes To Boost Economy

Editorial

The scandals concerning bonus packages awarded to the financial product departments of insurance companies and executive "rest and recuperation" sessions at expensive resorts paid for with money freshly printed from the U.S. More...

Letters to the Editor

Make FedEx A Park A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. Honorable Michael R. More...

Realities Crowd In On Us All

Getting old at a time of economic downturn is frightening and causes selfexamination in which one never finds complimentary things to say. It is as if the past errors each of us has endured returns, fresh and debilitating. More...

Sports

St. John’s-Georgetown Matchup Opens Citi Field

The first game ever played at Citi Field, the rubber match of a three-game series between St. John’s University and Georgetown University, took place on Sunday, March 29. More...

Diner Arson Gets Whitestone Man 14 Years In Prison

Whitestone resident Michael P. Trantel on April 1 was sentenced to seven to 14 years in state prison for setting a fire that virtually destroyed a landmark neighborhood diner and surrounding stores. More...

Greater Astoria Historical Society Adopts Winged Fist

Celtic Park, an apartment house complex on 48th Avenue between 42nd and 44th Streets in Sunnyside, gets its name from an athletic field and wooden stadium that was also called Celtic Park and which once stood in the same place. More...

American Airlines Honors Women Travelers

In recognition of Women’s History Month in March, American Airlines has launched a special Admirals Club® membership offer on AA.com/women to recognize and thank the nearly 50 million female passengers who board American Airlines and American Eagle f More...

Police News

Whitestone Family In Arrow Scare

A Whitestone mother and her 13-year-old daughter are thanking their lucky stars that an arrow, shot by an unknown archer, hinged itself in a window frame at their home on March 25 missing them as they sat near a window. More...

Political Page

Mayor Sets Up Campaign Shops In Queens, Other Boros

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is still working at getting a major political party ballot line for his re-election effort, but the rest of his campaign got off to a start over the weekend as he opened campaign headquarters in each of the five boroughs. More...

Brown Helps Retired Judge Celebrate 90th Birthday

(L. to r.): Queens District Attorney Richard Brown joined retired Judge Allen Beldock, Justice Joseph Golia and Administrative Judge of the Queens Supreme Court Justice Jeremy S. More...

Features

MSHQ Holds 8th Community Roundtable

Executives of the Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens held their eighth annual community roundtable on Thursday, March 26. John Kump, Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens senior director of marketing, opened the meeting. More...

Holistic Moms Network Forms Chapter In Queens

More than 80 moms, dads, children of all ages, expecting moms, supporters Councilmember Peter F. Vallone Jr. More...

114th Precinct Sees 12 Percent Crime Decline

With the first quarter of 2009 entering its last week, crime in the 114th Precinct is down more than 12 percent for the last 28 days, Deputy Inspector Paul Vorbeck, commanding officer of the 114th precinct, said. More...

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