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September 4, 2008  RSS feed
Say Pair Of Vandals Plagued Community
Smearing tags and symbols across storefronts and properties was costly for an Ozone Park couple who were caught vandalizing areas of their neighborhood early last Friday morning, Aug. 29, law enforcement sources reported. More...
Communities To Hold 9/11 Memorials

Through concerts and candlelight vigils, residents across Brooklyn and Queens will come together at houses of worship and other public venues in the coming days to remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. More...

Renovations Are Moving Along At Ridgewood YMCA
Having been stripped to the bare walls, floors and steel beams and with contractors hard at work, it may seem the Ridgewood YMCA may be a long way from reopening, More...
Ozone Park Couple Sold Illegal Cigarettes At Video Store
Through a joint investigation by federal authorities and the Queens District Attorney's office, an Ozone Park couple have been arrested for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes out of their neighborhood video store, it was announced. More...
Johnson Dominates At Cali. Speedway
Jimmie Johnson thinks his No 48 team are legitimate contenders to win this year's championship. And after Sunday's night dominating win at California Speedway, it would be hard to disagree with him. Johnson started from the pole and dominated the race for the entire 250 laps. The only time he was not the leader was when he was beaten out of the pits. More...
Did many people take the time this past weekend to stop and think about what the Labor Day holiday means? There were no "long weekends" for workers in the early 1900s. More...
The Peacock And Barack Obama
With much of the nation sampling TV coverage of the Democratic Convention, things are getting a bit dicey for NBC News. More...
Published Memories Of World's Fair Lead To Call From Former Classmate
As we have found, recalling a major event that resonates with readers can lead to additional remembrances. In the July 24, 2008 issue of this newspaper, we presented an interesting letter from William (Bill) Hebert of Kingston, Ga. More...