December 25, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Building Restoration Project On Rise In Jackson Heights

The 82nd Street Partnership celebrated the restoration of 82-01 Roosevelt Avenue on December 17. More...

Sentenced 95 Years To Life For Double Murder

Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Dates & times are subject to change. Recurring More...

Restaurant of the Week

Vitality & Health Natural Market

With a new year quickly approaching, why not take the opportunity to overhaul your diet and your lifestyle too. More...

Health Care

A Novel (But Good) Idea For A Holiday Gift

Do you have family members or friends on your gift list this holiday season? More...

How Medicare Covers Alzheimer’s Disease

Dear Savvy Senior, What does Medicare cover when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease? More...

Social Security: Questions And Answers

General Question: How can I get proof of my benefits to apply for a loan?  More...

Lawmakers Fund 14 NYPD Cameras For Forest Park

A pair of Queens lawmakers are working with Queens Department of Parks officials and Queens police officials to determine where to install a series of 14 NYPD security cameras in and around Forest Park.  State Assemblymember Michael Miller More...

Cops Issue Stern Warning To New Years Eve Motorists

Queens police officials this week issued a “stern, new warning” to motorists who party too hard and get behind the wheel on this long New Years Eve weekend.   More...

It's In Queens! (December 26 Through January 1)

The options are few, but the events are plenty. Tour a historic farmhouse over three days, watch six Vaudeville-style performances, listen to live music on four nights, and get enmeshed in arts-and-crafts projects over four days. More...

Our Lady Of Mount Carmel-Astoria Has Easier Access

At Our Lady of Mount Carmel-Astoria, Pastor Msgr. Sean G. Ogle, V.F. with catechists after family mass in the newly expanded vestibule with the new elevator to the Lower Church which makes it easier to congregate and go to worship. More...

5 Napkin Burger Pulls Up Stakes In Long Island City

People who dine out in Queens will have to make do with just one napkin now that the upscale Five Napkin Burger restaurant in Long Island City has closed its doors. The restaurant that opened three years ago at 35-01 36th Street closed without f More...

Political Page

Crowley Bill Limits Airplane Noise

Responding to widespread complaints about excessive noise from aircraft, Congressmember Joseph Crowley has introduced legislation to remedy the situation. More...

Seniors

Simple Changes For Making A Home Senior Friendly

Dear Savvy Senior, What tips or products can you recommend to help make a home safer and more convenient for aging in place? More...

Editorials

Holidays Bring Light To December

The holiday season started early this year and, depending on who is celebrating what, lasts all month long. More...

Letters to the Editor

Celebrate Safely  To The Editor:  More...

Features

Resorts World Casino Hosts NY Cares Coat Drive Through End Of January

This winter, Resorts World Casino New York City will host a NY Cares Coat Drive at its facility, near the coat check area on the Times Square level, to help provide crucial layers of warmth for those in need. More...

Religious Leaders And Residents Sign Second Flushing Remonstrance

In response to the current policy of Stop and Frisk, the citizens of Flushing banded together at St. More...

Offer Tips To Prevent Post-Holiday Fires

The risk of home fires increases as the holiday season comes to an end, when temperatures drop and Christmas trees dry up and needles turn brittle, fire officials said.  Officials at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) are offer More...

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