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Middle Village coyote caper comes to safe ending
The wily coyote that ran amok through Middle Village on the morning of April 27 was safely caught the next night, police announced. More...

An alleged Ridgewood car thief was brought in by cops last week after DNA testing from items left behind at the scene connected him to the crime, police stated. The suspect, identified by police as Alfredo Santiago, 41, of Bushwick, reportedly dropped a backpack containing three screwdrivers and personal items taken from the car during the September 2014 robbery. More...

Seniors at the Ridgewood Older Adult Center (ROAC) are getting a chance to bust a move thanks to the Seniors Partnering with Artists Citywide (SPARC) program. More...
106th Precinct South central Queens Ridgewood man arrested in Ozone Park hit-and-run A Ridgewood driver was apprehended shortly after hitting a man on a scooter with his SUV in Ozone Park and fleeing the scene, police said. More...
Members of the St. Margaret/Resurrection Flyers during their first outdoor meet on April 19.Photo courtesy St. Margaret/Resurrection Flyers The St. More...
RUDOLPH V. AIELLO died on Saturday, April 25, at the age of 79. He was the beloved husband of Marie A., loving father of Rudy Jr., Randy and Karen Aiello, Ricky and the late Nancy Aiello, cherished grandfather of Vinny, Nicky and Dominick and dear brother of the late Ralph, Sal, Rose and Peter. He was a U.S. Army veteran. More...
At one point in the legal drama “Inherit the Wind,” one of the main characters tells a jury that progress “has never been a bargain,” and that everyone in the end pays something for it. More...
A blood donor is a special kind of volunteer. One donation of blood can help save up to three lives. New York Blood Center provides blood services to hospitals throughout the metropolitan area. More...
Threats to our city continue to pour in from around the world at this time of global unrest. New York’s Finest are doing everything they can to protect us, but we need to help them. At the time of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, there were nearly 41,000 officers. Today, the force has shrunk to only 35,000, leading each precinct to lose an average of 60 to 75 officers. More...
Community members joined local civic and elected officials on Thursday to celebrate Taste of Ridgewood, the annual fundraising dinner and awards ceremony held to benefit the Ridgewood YMCA. More...
.For achieving high marks during March, a number of St. Pancras School pupils recently received Student of the Month honors during a ceremony at the Glendale institution. Pictured with Assemblyman Mike Miller and St. More...