December 9, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Jets and Giants Fans Help Put Finishing Touches on the Field at The New Meadowlands Stadium

 One hundred lucky Jets and Giants  season ticket holders participated in a once in a lifetime experience that involved assisting with the completion of the field turf installation at New Meadowlands Stadium. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Holiday Toy, Clothing, Food Drives Dec. 17 deadline, Assemblymember Ann- Margaret Carrozza’s 13th annual toy drive to help Queens families, call 718.57.3588 for information.   More...

Restaurant of the Week

SEVA Indian Cuisine

This pocket-sized restaurant opened just one year ago and has already garnered plenty of mentions for “Best Indian cuisine in Queens”. It’s no wonder when you consider that co-owner and executive More...

Editorials

Remember Military Servicemembers At Holiday Time

For most of us, this is the beginning of the joyous season. We are planning parties and get-togthers, receptions and soirees. More...

Letters to the Editor

Party Safely This Year To The Editor: More...

Features

KrisTEES Boutique ‘Shines’ In 2009 Holiday Season

KrisTEES boutique of Astoria presented a live window display on December 2 as part of their holiday kick-off event, “Shine 2009”.   More...

Hulking Mugger Gets 75 Years For Beating, Robbing 3 Women

Brushing aside a plea from a 240 pound defendant being sentenced for robbing and beating three Queens women, one 101 years old, Supreme Court Justice Gregory Lasak instead sentenced him to 75 years in prison last week.   More...

Swine Flu Virus Spreads, Slowly

New swine flu infections continue to drop across the United States, but 27 confirmed cases were the cause of an additional 27 deaths among children and teenagers for the week ending November 21, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control a More...

NYPD/FDNY News

Raging Drug Suspect   Assaults Two Astoria Cops   A man arrested on a misdemeanor drug charge went into a rage while cops at the 114th Precinct were processing him on December 6.  Peter Duncan, 45, was arrested when cops spotted hi More...

Cellphone Towers On Maspeth Building Spark Debate

The main topic of debate at the public land use hearing at Queens Borough Hall on Thursday, December 3, was the installation of a public wireless telecommunication facility on the roof of a residential building in Maspeth. More...

Political Page

Peralta: Monserrate Should Have Gotten Jail Time

Two events which occurred last week will have a major impact on next year’s state legislative elections. The sentencing of state Senator Hiram Monserrate on misdemeanor charges. More...

Seniors

Senate Cuts Medicare In Early Vote On Healthcare Reform

In the first major tests of President Barack Obama’s healthcare legislation in the Senate, Democrats had the votes to approve $460 billion in Medicare cuts to help pay for the new proposed healthcare program, and also to pass preventive health More...

Hearing Aid Assistance For Seniors In Need

Dear Savvy Senior,   Are there any organizations that you know of that offer low-cost hearing aids to seniors on a very tight budget?   Hard of Hearing   Dear Hard:   More...

Star Journal

Queens Celebrates Prohibition End In December 1933

G et into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you're likely to discover a subscriber of the Long   More...

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