September 14, 2011 RSS feed / Features

Bayside Historical Society Honors Local Heroes Of 9/11

The horrific terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 were a global experience. Families from around the world were affected by the loss of loved ones who died in the airplanes and the targets, which they struck. More...

Boulevard Of Bravery

More than 100 members of the Woodside community gathered to honor the fallen members of FDNY Rescue 4 by renaming the intersection of 65th Street and Queens Boulevard as the “Boulevard of Bravery”. More...

Dromm Checks Out New Library Kiosk In Jackson Heights

  Councilmember Daniel Dromm joined Queens Library CEO Thomas W. Galante to try out the new self-service return kiosks at Queens Library at Jackson Heights. More...

Queens College Business Forum Scholarship Helps Two Immigrant Students Pursue Their American Dreams

For some immigrants who come to this country, the search for the American dream can quickly turn into an American nightmare especially in a poor economy.  But not for Maria-Laura Arcos and Daniel Abaev, two Queens College students who despite di More...

Index Crimes In 114th Pct. Among NYC’s Lowest

The 114th Precinct Commanding Officer Deputy Inspector Stephen Cirabisi reported at the September 8 meeting of the Community Board 1 Cabinet, held in the third-floor boardroom at Kaufman Astoria Studios, that index crimes continue to show a declining More...

Simotas Holds Mobile Office Hours On Steinway Street

Assemblymember Aravella Simotas and her staff set up a mobile district office September 12 on Steinway Street between 25th and 28th Avenues. More...

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