September 2, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Flushing Man Lands In The Doghouse

A Flushing woman got the shock of her life on Sunday morning, August 30 when she went to let her dog out for his morning run and found a man covered with a blanket in the dog More...

Kimisis Church Feast Day Celebrated By Tri-State Residents In Hamptons

August 14 and August 15 are special to all Orthodox Christians, More...

Markopolos Typifies Greek-American Honor, Integrity

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Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

9/11 'We Will Never Forget' Sep. 10, 7:30 p.m., United Community Civic Association/Port Authority of NY&NJ, 9/11 Memorial Candlelight Ceremony; McManus Memorial Park, 81st Street & Grand Central Service Road, Astoria Heights. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Campagnola

I recently had the pleasure of attending a grand opening celebration of Campagnola Cucina Italiana e Pizzeria, located on 35th Avenue in Astoria. More...

Editorials

Labor Day Marks End Of Summer

Although autumn officially begins on September 22, on this coming Labor Day, Monday, September 7, all of us who can will gather with friends and families and fill highways, parks, beaches and backyards for a final fling to mark the season's last ho More...

Letters to the Editor

Council Cast 3rd Term Vote To The Editor: I read Barbara Glassman's "No Bloomberg 3rd Term" ( Queens Gazette, Aug. 26, 2009) with great interest. More...

Sports

Jets Defeat Giants, 27-25

The New York Jets faced New York Giants at Giants Stadium for the 41st meeting of the two New York NFL franchises. More...

Jets Defeat Eagles, 38-27, In Pre-Season Finale

Rookie Quarterback Mark Sanchez led the New York Jets to a final preseason victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and their newly acquired quarterback, Michael Vick, on Thursday night, September 3, at Giants Stadium by a 38-27 score. More...

Borough-Wide Blotter

Meat-Cleaver Muggers Busted A man swinging a meat cleaver and his knife-wielding accomplice were busted last week after they robbed a man walking along a Maspeth street, police said. More...

Overflow Crowd Lines Up For Plumber Apprentice Jobs

An estimated 3,000 would-be plumbers lined up outside the Local 1 Plumber More...

American Airlines Investigates Hammy Squirrel

With the More...

Political Page

Late Endorsements May Mean Close Primary Races

With primary elections just 13 days away, several late endorsements which could affect close races were reported last week. More...

Seniors

Mayor, Council Offer Plans For Seniors' Service Improvements

An election year sure can make a difference to a mayor. Last year, Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed closing some senior centers and consolidating others. More...

Gennaro Gets In Step With Seniors

City Councilmember James Gennaro (D-Fresh Meadows) tested a treadmill recently at the Pomonok Senior Center with members Leona Clark (l.) and Cynthia Carrothers. More...

Features

'WALL-E' Wows 'Em

With a screening of "WALL-E" on August 17 the Central Astoria Local Development Coalition (CALDC) second annual Movie Night in Astoria Park series came to a close. More...

Kryzak Senior Leadership Award Winners Named

United Adult Ministries, the parent company of Flushing House, will honor three outstanding persons with the Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award, during their annual gala fundraising dinner on Thursday, November 5. More...

What You Need To Know About The Flu This Year

The worst case scenario? H1N1 (inaccurately and formerly known as swine flu) could sicken up to 40 percent of Americans over the next two years if a vaccine campaign and other measures aren't successful. More...

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