October 26, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Paroled Sex Offenders Locked Down For Halloween

Queens cops and state Parole officials will be hot on the trail of the borough’s  registered sexual predators this Halloween, conducting surveillance to make sure they remained at home and stayed a safe distance from young trick-or-treater More...

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

The Grand Station Post Office has been saved.  More...

Historic Scrabble Sign Makes Triumphant Return To Jackson Heights

A beloved street sign that commemorated the birthplace of a popular word game is returning to the Jackson Heights community thanks to efforts of Councilmember Daniel Dromm. More...

Queens Library At Woodside To See Renovated Teen Space

Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer announced on October 18 that he is making $125,000 in capital funding available to create a dedicated teen library space at Queens Library in Woodside. Queens Library President and CEO Thomas Galante joined Van Bramer. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

TIPPIN INN

Stroll on in to Tippin Inn and enjoy a relaxing evening with friends. More...

LENG

Bangkok, 1942. A man named Leng opened his first restaurant cooking traditional Thai dishes for the locals. More...

Features

Crowley Honors Addabbo

On October 16, Congressmember Joe Crowley (D-Queens/The Bronx) celebrated Italian Heritage Month by paying tribute to the many contributions made by Italian-Americans across New York and throughout the country. More...

Astoria Federal Savings Helps Christ The King

Astoria Federal Savings Bank donated $7,800 to the Hugh P. Kirwan Performing Arts Center at Christ the King Regional H.S in Middle Village. The money will be used to upgrade the lighting system in the auditorium. Seen here are (l. More...

LEAP'S 10th Annual Citigroup Art Show Highlights Student’s Works

Today Learning through an Expanded Arts Program (LeAp) honored the young artists whose works are currently on display in LeAp’s 10th Annual Citigroup Student Art Exhibition. More...

Job Fair Draws Thousands

The current statewide unemployment rate is about 7.7 percent. The rate in the five boroughs is slightly higher according to the city Department of Labor. More...

Cops Bust Biker In Gropings

Detectives at the NYPD Special Victims Unit last week busted a man suspected of being the bike-riding groper who attacked six women in Astoria and Long Island City.  More...

Marshall Helps Promote Rx Discount Card

Photo Office of the Queens Borough President  More...

Gillibrand Speaks At Hillcrest

United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is shown speaking to the Adult Education Committee of Hillcrest Jewish Center Ruth and Arthur Coller Memorial Lecture Breakfast Forum. More...

Maloney Honors Family Owned Garden Center

Photo Vinny DuPre More...

Mount Sinai Queens To Hold Blood Drive

On November 1, 2011, from 7:30 a.m until 7: 30 p.m at Mount Sinai Queens, 25-10 30th Ave., in Astoria will hold its bi-annual blood drive in conjunction with the New York Blood Center.  Everyone in the communit is invited to come out and donate More...

Bayside Author Chronicles Borough's Past In Remembering Queens

Remembering Queens Text and Captions By Kevin Sean O’Donoghue ISBN: 9781596528345 Turner Publishing Company 144 Pages Price: $16.95 More...

Political Page

Seems End Of Story Between Bloomberg And Haggerty Brothers

With John Haggerty having been found guilty last Friday on charges related to his misappropriation of close to a million dollars of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s money, it may mark the end of the close political relationship the mayor had with Hagg More...

Seniors

Social Security Column Seasons Aren’t The Only Things That Change

Many people enjoy watching the changing seasons, and in many parts of the country we find ourselves at that time of the year when the shifting from one season to another seems most enjoyable. More...

Savvy Senior New Flu Vaccine For Seniors Provides Better Protection

Dear Savvy Senior  I’ve read that there is a new extra-strength flu vaccine being offered to seniors this year. More...

Editorials

Online Program Will Cut Street Paving Disruptions

We doubt very much that anyone anywhere in New York City, especially in Queens, the largest borough geographically and with the most linear feet of streets, roads and avenues lined with homes and businesses, has not experienced disruptions on the str More...

Letters to the Editor

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