January 15, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Local Elected Officials To Hold Coat Drive

Councilmember Costa Constantinides, State Senator Michael Gianaris, Assemblymembers Aravella Simotas and Michael DenDekker will host a coat drive in collaboration with New York Cares. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

Il Triangolo

For a very special, memorable Valentine’s Day dinner, there are few restaurants in Queens more romantic than Il Triangolo, nestled on a quiet corner of Corona Avenue and Junction Blvd. in Corona. More...

Seniors

What You Should Know About Your Parents’ Affairs

Dear Savvy Senior,  My pastor recently suggested that I get informed on my elderly parents’ financial situation and end-of-life plans so I can be better prepared when something happens to them. More...

Features

CB 2 Meets For The First Time In '14

January’s Community Board 2 meeting was moved from the first Thursday to the second to allow a little New Year clearance, then moved back a day so board members could, if they wanted to, attend the inauguration the following night of Melinda Katz as More...

ATM Robbers Nabbed Up A Tree

Police officials are giving kudos to team of cops at the 107th Precinct who collared five bungling bandits on January 3, who were caught red-handed with ATM cash, lottery tickets and other items they tried to swipe from a Kew Gardens Hills deli. More...

FDNY: Beware ‘Silent Killer’ Carbon Monoxide

FDNY officials are urging Queens residents to make sure they own a working carbon monoxide detector to help prevent cold weather tragedies.“Carbon monoxide is often referred to as the “silent killer” for good reason,” fire officials said. More...

5 Pointz Lights Live On In Dutch Kills Mural

A mural promising the 5 Pointz artists will “Keep The Lights On” is emblazoned on the wall of a three-story residential building in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City - the first in a series of legal artwork projects planned by 5 Pointz cura More...

NYPD Warns Public: Lower The Boom on Phones, iPods

Queens police officials this week are urging the public to use common sense when walking alone, especially at night, while plugged into iPhones, iPods and other electronic listening devices.   More...

Political Page

Gianaris: Senate Dems Ready For Nov. Election Battles

All signs point to a major re-election victory for Governor Andrew Cuomo this November, one that can draw Democratic voters to the polls throughout the state in record numbers and spark victories for Democratic candidates lower on the ballot. More...

Markey At Katz’ Installation

“It was a great pleasure to be on stage at the LeFrak Concert Hall of Queens College on January 9 for the installation of the Honorable Melinda Katz as the new borough president of Queens. More...

Gillibrand Announces 2014 Academy Nominations

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Editorials

The Legacy Of Dr. King

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have been 85 years old today, is hailed for his work as a civil rights leader.  More...

Letters to the Editor

NYS: Deficit To Surplus  Dear Fellow New Yorker:  More...

Misc

Christ the King High School

If you missed the TACHS exam, take the CK Admission Test

The Board of Trustees ofChrist the King High Schoolalong with the Administration & Facultyis proud to announce over$544,000in scholarshipshave been awarded to the Class of 2018Congratulations!Christ the King High School68-02 Metropolitan Avenue • More...

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