February 10, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Retired Corrections Officer Shoots Unruly Bowlers

Woodside residents this week expressed shock after learning of a double shooting outside a popular 34th Avenue bowling alley. More...

800+ Attend Weprin Swearing-In

More than 800 people filled the Queensborough Community College Performing Arts Center on Sunday, January 3 for the swearing-in of former Assemblymember Mark S. More...

Vallone Hearing At City Hall On Risks, Costs Of Terror Trial In NYC

Following up his early opposition to holding trials of terrorists here in New York City just blocks from Ground Zero, City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. will hold a public hearing at City Hall today. More...

Community Calendar

110th Police Precinct Community council

February 15, 7 p.m.  New York Bethzatha Church of God  85-20 57th Ave.  Elmhurst  FDNY Guest Speaker  Lieutenant Steven Reisman  More...

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Community Meetings   Dates & times are subject to change, call to confirm. Associations Feb. 11, Mar. 11, 7:30 p.m., Dutch Kills Civic; Growing Up Green Charter School, 39-38 28th St., LIC; 718.786.2049. More...

Seniors

How To Track Wandering Alzheimer’s Patients

Dear Savvy Senior,   My wife has Alzheimer’s disease and I worry about her wandering off. What tips or resources can you recommend to help me with this?   Always Moving   Dear Always:   More...

Features

London Lennie’s Offers Romance-to-Go Package, Love Shuck Raw Bar

London Lennie’s has holiday date ideas for lovers of all kinds. More...

Padavan Honors Crystal Window And Door Systems At Chinese New Year’s Celebration

State Senator Frank Padavan (R–Bellerose) honored Flushing based business Crystal Window and Door Systems for their 20 years of operation during their Chinese New Year celebration at the East Manor in Elmhurst. More...

TD Bank’s Meyer Honored By Cathedral Club Of Brooklyn

On February 4, at the 110th Anniversary of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, Peter M. Meyer, president of TD Bank’s New York City market and chairman of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce was honored at the New York Hilton Hotel Grand Ballroom in M More...

David Weprin Defeats Friedrich In 24th AD Special Election

Braving icy temperatures, Eastern Queens residents went to the polls yesterday and in a special election made David Weprin the new Assemblymember for the 24th Assembly District, covering Fresh Meadows, Hollis, Glen Oaks, Little Neck and Bellerose. More...

State Senate Expels Monserrate In 53-8 Vote

Tuesday night’s expulsion of Hiram Monserrate from the state senate was more than historic and dramatic. More...

Board 2 Considers Staircase, Speed Bump, Flower Sellers

A staircase and a speed bump in Sunnyside Gardens and a factory expansion in industrial Maspeth were the public hearing items at the February meeting of Community Board 2. More...

Teacher Stages Wrestling Match

A Queens elementary school teacher who orchestrated an impromptu wrestling match between two of his fourth-grade students also provided the boys with an excuse to explain their bruises to a school nurse, authorities said. More...

AEG Racino Award Raises Many Questions

It took eight years before AEG was chosen as the developer of the Aqueduct “racino” in Ozone Park last week, and it may take much more time to get the gambling project into the starting gate. More...

Borough-Wide Blotter

107th Precinct  Hunt Cellphone Bandits  Queens Transit Police are seeking help from the public to identify and locate a pair of brazen thieves who swiped a cellphone from a 14-year-old victim on January 20. More...

Political Page

Women Give Maloney Rousing Re-Election Campaign Kick Off

Citing Congressmember Carolyn Maloney’s strong commitment to women’s issues as well as her effort in Congress to aid consumers and 9/11 first responders, women’s organization leaders— and men supporters as well—turned o More...

Restaurant of the Week

Family Corner Tastes Like Home

amily Corner is truly a family affair, run by brothers George and Philippou and father, Spiro Kavadias. More...

Editorials

Hail All Presidents On Washington’s Birthday

When some of us were in elementary school, lo these many years ago, the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, the first and 16th presidents, respectively, were celebrated as two separate days of significance. More...

Letters to the Editor

Different View Of Wager To The Editor: My husband and I met Julie many years ago, when our son was dating one of his daughters.   More...

Implement Padavan Plan Now!

Recently state Senator Frank Padavan (and his Senate Republican colleagues) advanced a proposal that would stimulate job creation and retention through tax credits and cuts, lessening burdensome state regulations and red tape imposed on small busine More...

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