December 31, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Goldfeder Ends 2014 By Honoring NYPD

As families in Queens continue to mourn the tragic loss of two NYPD officers in a horrendous attack last weekend, Assemblymember Phil Goldfeder organized a campaign to make and distribute small blue ribbons to local community groups to wear and large More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

PORTOFINO RISTORANTE

Come ‘home’ to Portofino Ristorante in Forest Hills where everyone has been treated like family for 40 years. More...

Editorials

Bon Chance!

As we prepare to celebrate and ring in the New Year tonight, we muse on memories made and anticipate what the future may bring. We make assessments and plans for what we ourselves can do to influence our collective future in a positive way.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Queens Is No. 1  To The Editor:  More...

Cops On High Alert, Auxiliaries Nixed Following Threats

Queens police are working on high alert in response to a series of phone threats called into stationhouses throughout the city and the borough, law enforcement sources said.NYPD officials have beefed up security at a number of stationhouses in Queens More...

It’s In Queens! (January 1 to January 7)

Here’s a great New Year’s resolution: Enjoy more cultural events in Queens! The first week of 2015 provides the perfect opportunity to hone the new habit with sculpture, unique film, improvisation, theater, jazz, and performance art. More...

Political Page

Happy New Year

Despite a tragic and mournful ending to 2014, with the sad burial of P.O. More...

Seniors

Personal Tech Products Designed Specifically For Seniors

Dear Savvy Senior,  Can you recommend any tablets, smartphones or computers that are specifically designed for seniors? More...

Features

City Issues Rules For Christmas Tree Curbside Pickup

If your Christmas tree is beginning to resemble Charlie Brown’s, it’s time to unwrap the tinsel and place the tree curbside for recycling by the city Department of Sanitation (DOS). Curbside collection of Christmas trees is scheduled to begin on More...

Queens Man Jailed In NYPD Slay Threat

A Queens man arrested for threatening to ill a cop “before Christmas” remains behind bars on Rikers Island, despite his claim that he was just exercising his right to free speech when he made the death threat,, law enforcement sources said.Elvin Paya More...

Local Cops Ramp Up New Years Eve Crackdown

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.Police officials said cops at local precincts will be out in force from December 26 through Ja More...

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