January 28, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Court Square Assemblage To Become Available

Modern Spaces and the Corcoran Group have announced that they have been retained, on an exclusive basis, to arrange for the sale of “The Court Square Assemblage”. More...

It’s In Queens! (January 29 to February 4)

Let’s dance, or better yet, vamos a bailar. The borough hosts upcoming chances to experience or learn tango, salsa, merengue, bachata, and cha cha cha. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

EL OLIVO

Make any night a special night at El Olivo, where the fiesta is on seven days and nights a week. More...

Seniors

Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer?

Dear Savvy Senior,What can you tell me about lung cancer screenings? My husband was a long-time smoker, but quit many years ago, so I’m wondering if he should be checked out. Concerned SpouseDear Concerned, More...

Features

Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps Aids FDNY

The Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps (FHVAC) provided mutual aid to the FDNY after receiving calls for help from the city agency on the morning of January 18.    More...

De Blasio, Van Bramer Honor Life-Saving NYPD Officers

On January 22, City Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer was joined by Mayor Bill de Blasio and his colleagues to honor Officers Corey Sarro and William Caldarera of the 108th Precinct with a Proclamation, on behalf of the City Council, for savin More...

Pup Rescued By Queens Cops ‘Doing Well’

Queens police are seeking help from the public to determine how a 6-month-old mixed-breed puppy ended up in the center lane of a busy highway last week.Police Officers Melissa Mezzoruso and George orinia-Blocker were on patrol out of the 115th Precin More...

7-Train Service Suspended

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Call To Ban Overnight Parking For Out-Of-State Cars

A Queens lawmaker is proposing a new law that would prohibit out-of-state motorists from parking their vehicles overnight on city streets. Assemblymember Michael Miller introduced the measure that would make it illegal to park vehicles with out- More...

112th Precinct Community Council Welcomes Rookies

On January 21, the 112th Precinct Community Council and Captain Judith Harrison welcomed recent police academy graduates Ryan Foster, Marc Timpano, Alexandra Mazzone, Robert Faulkner, Nicholas Krapf, and Kevin Nolan to the precinct. More...

Award-Winning Artwork To Stand In Court Square

Court Square Park in Long Island City will be the site of the artwork that wins this year’s Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award, to be presented by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.  The award has been granted annually since 20 More...

Political Page

Should Silver Quit Or Stay?

On Monday, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver returned to Albany weighted down with a mountain of legislative work, mainly getting started on next year’s state budget which must be approved by April 1. More...

Should Silver Quit Or Stay?

On Monday, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver returned to Albany weighted down with a mountain of legislative work, mainly getting started on next year’s state budget which must be approved by April 1.  More...

Editorials

Take The AirTrain To LGA

We really do not see any argument against it. In fact, we are behind it 100-percent. We are referring to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement of plans to build an AirTrain to LaGuardia Airport.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Defend Our Homeland  To The Editor:  More...

Koslowitz Opposes Term Limits For CB Members

A bill has been introduced in the New York City Council which, if enacted, would mandate term limits for members of local community boards. More...

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