June 29, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

This July 4, Explore Our New Frontier

Americans have been explorers long before we declared our independence on July 4, 1776.  More...

Addabbo Brings Nutrition / Elder Law Lecture To Seniors

On June 14, state Senator Joseph P. More...

Queens Zoo Welcomes Fawns

The Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) Queens Zoo announces the birth of four pronghorn antelope fawns born at the zoo. More...

Going Green With Gennaro

Councilmember James F. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Community MeetingsDates & times are subject to change, More...

Restaurant of the Week

NICK’S BISTRO

You'll love this quaint, neighborhood bistro with its casual, yet sophisticated atmosphere, located on Metropolitan Avenue in Forest Hills. More...

Editorials

Remember Why We Celebrate Independence Day

For the first time this century, the Fourth of July falls on a Monday, leading reasonable people to expect the Fourth of July holiday to be a little more boisterous than usual. More...

Letters to the Editor

Drive Responsibly To The Editor: More...

It’s A Goal For Verizon’s Soccer Clinic

On June 12, Verizon Wireless hosted their 6th Annual Youth Soccer Clinic in Queens. More...

Bayside Residents Remember The Good Ol’ Days Of Summer

For more than 150 years, the communities of Queens’ north shore have served as a pleasure ground for boating and fishing enthusiasts and for those looking to cool themselves by the waters of the Long Island Sound and East River. More...

Health Department Helps Control West Nile Virus

During the summer of 2010, the hottest ever in New York City, the borough of Queens, with a population of more than two million, sustained 14 human cases and one death from West Nile Virus (WNV). More...

Camarinos, Mavroudis Wed

On Saturday, June 25 Lauren Anne Mavroudis, daughter of Anne and John Mavroudis of Alpine, New Jersey married Michael Camarinos, son of Barbara and Dr. Nicholas Camarinos of Garden City, New York. More...

Police Reminder: No View Of July 4th Fireworks From LIC Waterfront

Queens police officials this week issued a reminder to the public that again this year there will be no view of the annual Macy’s fireworks display from sites along the East River in Long Island City.       &n More...

Ex Charged In Stab Horror

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Political Page

Cuomo Compiles Good Record First Half Year In Office

Last week’s passage of the same-sex marriage act in Albany, a feat made possible by Governor Andrew Cuomo’s strong support and direct involvement, was the topping on the cake for the governor, who achieved more major successes in his firs More...

Seniors

How Working Can Affect Your Social Security

Dear Savvy Senior  I’m looking at retiring sometime this year and starting my Social Security benefits, but would also like to work part time. More...

Features

City Parks Foundation Kicks Off Summer Sports For Kids

City Parks Foundation will kick off its 2011 Summer Sports Program on July 5 for young people with free tennis, golf and track and field instruction including free use of equipment in more than 45 locations citywide. More...

114th Precinct Bank Fraud

The New York City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the following suspect wanted in connection with a grand larceny that occurred within the confines of the 114th Precinct.    More...

Sovereign Bank Appoints Josephine Moran as Executive Vice President

Sovereign Bank announced on June 23 the appointment of Josephine Moran as Executive Vice President, Senior Retail Market Executive in Metro New York and Northern New Jersey.  She will be responsible for all retail banking activities in the marke More...

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