July 22, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Night Out Against Crime Aug. 4, 5-8 p.m., 114th Police Precinct; Astoria Park Great Lawn, Shore Boulevard between Hell Gate & RFK Bridges, Astoria; 718.728.8763, 718.932.8743 or 718.626.9327. Aug. More...

FIAO To Hold Soccer Camp

The Federation of Italian-American Organizations of Queens (FIAO), 29-21 21st Ave., will hold a soccer camp for children ages eight to 14 at the FIAO soccer field, 20th Avenue and 32nd Street, Astoria, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Astoria Italia Soccer Club Seeks 10- And 11-Year-Olds

The Astoria Italia Soccer Club seeks youngsters 10 and 11 years of age to participate in the Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League under-12 age group for the 2009-2010 season. Players' birth dates must fall after Aug. 1, 1997. More...

Editorials

Hospitals Rank Among Borough's Treasures

A century ago, few people who entered a hospital as patients expected to leave under their own power. Hospitals were places where the very ill went to die. In a little more than 100 years, this situation has changed radically. More...

Letters to the Editor

Create Park, Ban Trucks To The Editor: Two issues of concern are the focus of this letter. The first is the former site of St. Saviour's Church in West Maspeth. The Parks Department has identified its area as one that is underserved by parks. More...

Father Of The Groom Shares His Thoughts

My firstborn child will be married on Sunday, August 2. It is a day I never believed would happen. Sean had always maintained that no one could ever convince him that marriage seemed a viable proposition. More...

Board 2 Reviews Vernon Blvd. Restaurant ‘Saturation’

Full Story

Police News

UPDATE:Manhunt Widens In Astoria FIT Student Slaying

Police last week said they have interviewed and cleared several men who accompanied an Astoria coed to a party in Long Island City just hours before her brutal murder. Sources said investigators believe that someone followed Carmen Saldana-Mundo to More...

Borough-Wide Blotter

Woman Assaults Attacker Police last week arrested a 25-year-old Richmond Hill woman after she beat and attacked a man at her 121st Street home. Cops said Alicia Jaggernauth kicked the man in the face and smashed a bowl over his head during a disput More...

Political Page

Frustrated Mayor Must Adjust To New Dem Senate Leadership

We can understand Mayor Michael Bloomberg's frustration over the legislation that would have continued mayoral control over the New York City public school system not being passed. More...

Seniors

Health Insurance Options For Pre-Medicare Retirees

Dear Savvy Senior, What are my options for finding affordable health insurance? I was recently forced into early retirement and need to find some health coverage until Medicare kicks in. What can you tell me? More...

Features

Onorato Legislation Extends Self-Employment Assistance

Legislation sponsored by state Senator George Onorato (D-Long Island City) that extends a valuable state employment assistance program for unemployed New Yorkers was signed into law by Governor David Paterson last week. More...

American Airlines Opens Pet Relief Area At JFK

The dog days of summer are officially here, but every day is now dogs' day at the American Airlines Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport. More...

Gioia, Gianaris Recall Blackout Of 2006

At a press conference in Sunnyside on Friday, July 17, City Councilmember Eric Gioia said he had forgotten earlier in the week that July 17 marked the third anniversary of the 2006 power blackout in Northwest Queens, a disaster that left some borou More...

Copyright 1999-2014 The Service Advertising Group, Inc. All rights reserved.