January 27, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Cops Hunt Fake Debit Card Thief

Police are searching for a suspect who used a fake debit card to withdraw more than $2,000 from the account of an Elmhurst senior.Cops said the suspect walked into the vestibule at a Chase Bank branch on Grand Avenue at about 8:50 p.m. More...

Cops Eye One Suspect In Bodega Robberies

Queens detectives are searching for a man who they believe may be the suspect in the robbery of two local bodegas.Detectives are trying to determine if the same man is responsible for the January 16 robbery of an Astoria bodega and a January 18 holdu More...

Selfhelp Addresses Needs Of Older Chinese Immigrants

The growing number and needs of elder Chinese immigrants living in Queens were detailed at a January 13 press conference organized by Selfhelp Community Services, and prominent members of the Chinese community.  Selfhelp serves more than 5,000 C More...

A Solution For Snoring And Apnea By Greek Surgeon ENT

“We welcome you to our website. An ENT surgeon is a doctor who deals with almost every human sense and the organs that serve these senses, as he examines hearing, balance, smell and taste, additionally to the ear, nose, pharynx and larynx,” Dr. More...

It’s In Queens! (Jan. 28 to Feb. 3)

Don’t tell any dogs, but a celebrity cat will give a special presentation in Queens this week. Other entertainment options include butter-churning, gnocchi-making, and comedy, as well as displays of Korean, royal, and disruptive art. More...

The 'World's Borough'

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz gives her 2016 State of the Borough address at the Colden Center at Queens College laying out the More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

BROUSKO

Brousko celebrates a year and a half in Astoria, celebrating life and life’s celebrations with fabulous Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, great wine, and excellent service. More...

Editorials

The Eternal Return Of The Groundhog

We just know everyone is busily preparing themselves for Groundhog Day, the annual holiday event that takes place every February 2.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Heroic School Staff To The Editor: More...

Features

Snow Socks It To Queens

A total of 34 inches of snow fell in Jackson Heights during the second largest blizzard in New York City’s history. According to the National Weather Service the borough received record snowfall counts across the county.  More...

Katz Celebrates The ‘World’s Borough’

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz held her second State of the Borough on January 21 before an audience of her constituents, elected officials and community organizers.  More...

Affordable Care Act Sees Massive Signup

Open enrollment to sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act ends January 31 and 11.6 million people have done so nationwide through January 20.  More...

Resorts World Casino New York City & The American Red Cross Host Blood Drive

Resorts World Casino New York City will host a blood drive in partnership with the American Red Cross, this Friday, January 29 from 12:00 to 5:00 PM. More...

Sign Up To Shovel Snow

Officials at the Department of Sanitation (DOS) are searching for a few good men – and women who are interested in shoveling show from city streets.  DOS officials said the jobs include shoveling bus shelters, bus stops, crosswalks, steps a More...

Hunt Knife Attack Suspect

Police are seeking help from the public to identify and locate a suspect who slashed a man near the Queensbridge Houses on January 19.Cops said the 27-year-old victim was intoxicated as he walked to a bodega near 12th Street and 40th Avenue at about More...

Lawsuit Claims Koeppel Dealerships Inflated Car Prices

State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is putting the brakes on illegal practices at several car dealerships in western Queens. Schneiderman announced on January 20 that his office has filed a lawsuit alleging that the Koeppel dealerships ille More...

New Yorkers Expressed Their Solidarity With Epirotes

New Yorkers expressed their unity with Epirotes, Saturday evening, January 16th during Martin Luther King national holiday weekend. The dinner dance was held at Kefalos Cephalonian Society, at 2043 Steinway St, Long Island City, NY. More...

Future Of Historic Paragon Paint Building Discussed At CB 1 Meeting

The Paragon Paint Building, 45-40 Vernon Boulevard in Long Island City may not itself go back to 1890, but a lot of chemical production has occurred on the site in a century and a quarter, and for much of that time the building has stood as the embod More...

Goldfeder Family Enjoys Some Snow Day Fun

Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and his two young children Asher (left) and Eliana (right) put on their winter gear and took to the streets following this weekend's historic blizzard. More...

Political Page

I On Politics

FIRST PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY SET FOR NEXT TUESDAY: All eyes in the political world will be on Iowa next Monday, February 1, where the first balloting will take place as Democrats and Republicans declare who Iowans favor as candidates for the US preside More...

Bloomberg In Race For President?

In a sudden possible late move, with voters in Iowa poised to vote next Monday in the first presidential primary, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, going on 74 is considering entering the 2016 race for president as an independent candidate, it was More...

Constantinides Gives State Of The District

Just two years into his first term as Councilman, Costa Constantinides has achieved many goals to help transform Western Queens into a better place to live. More...

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