November 16, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Liz Crowley Joins Insurance Fraud Fighters

Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley (D–Glendale) has joined a statewide coalition that is dedicated to curbing widespread auto insurance fraud that costs New Yorkers millions of dollars annually. More...

TD Charitable Foundation Donates $1.5 Million To United Way

The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, announced on November 11 that it has donated $1.5 million to the United Way to kick off TD Bank’s annual employee giving campaign.

The donation More...

Cops Announce ‘Zero Tolerance’ Holiday Driving Crackdown

Police officials this week issued a warning to motorists who party too hard and get behind the wheel over the holidays.  More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

T-Bone Diner since 1934

On a recent evening at the T-Bone Diner, a woman was dining on a delicious platter of chicken shish kebab with lots of freshly grilled vegetables. More...

Editorials

Racino Adds To Variety Of Queens Life

“If you build it, they will come.”  More...

Letters to the Editor

Shaving For Autism  To The Editor:  My son Paul has autism and has been receiving outstanding care from Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) for many years.  More...

Veterans Deserve Every Opportunity

Thinking back to when I was getting out of the military in 1964, I can remember our country being full of buzz and excitement. Our economy was growing, opportunities were plentiful, and the American dream was alive and well.  More...

Sign Up Now, To Shovel Snow

City officials last week announced that the Department of Sanitation is currently registering day laborers, the unemployed and others on its snow removal call list.    Those registered will be called to remove snow and ice from streets in More...

Cops Nab Queens Swastika Vandal

Police at the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force last week arrested a 40-year-old Queens man for spray painting swastikas on buildings in Jackson Heights, Elmhurst and East Elmhurst. More...

Holy Gridlock Batman

Fans of the popular Batman film, The Dark Knight, have been eagerly awaiting its sequel since 2008. More...

America Recycles Day

On Tuesday, November 15, America Recycles Day—an initiative of the national organization Keep America Beautiful—will be celebrated across the land.  It’s a good opportunity to have fun and participate in the day’s many ev More...

Jackson Heights Resident Arrested For Swastikas Graffiti

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced that a Jackson Heights man has been charged a hate crime for spray painting swastikas on a library, synagogue and church in Jackson Heights earlier this month.  More...

Political Page

Turner Urges Obama To Back Bills To Toughen Sanctions Against Iran

Congressmember Robert Turner, who was sworn in this past Sunday in Forest Hills, issued a statement last week calling on President Barack Obama to support legislation which would increase sanctions against Iran.  Turner, 70, was elected to take More...

Seniors

Savvy Senior Best Foods for Older Diabetics

Dear Savvy Senior,  My 62-year-old husband was just diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. More...

Simplified Computers For Seniors

Dear Savvy Senior  Do you know of any home computers that are specifically designed for senior citizens? More...

Features

QMA Hosts Sixth Annual New York Book Expo

The sixth annual New York Book Expo was held at the Queens Museum of Art in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park on October 9. More...

St. John’s Prep Takes Learning Outside The Classroom With Trip To Boston

On October 29, twenty-five St. More...

Dromm Supports Veterans

On the eve of the 2011 Veteran's Day commemoration, New York City Council Member Daniel Dromm (D-Queens) visited Elmhurst Memorial Hall to announce legislation to exempt certain veterans’ organizations from the requirement of paying fees for fi More...

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