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January 22, 2009  RSS feed
Two people were hospitalized with minor injuries after a car flipped over on Metropolitan Avenue near 69th Street in Middle Village last Thursday afternoon, Jan. 14, Fire Department sources said. More...
Crew Targets Teen In Street Holdup

Four alleged teenage muggers were cuffed by police for allegedly assaulting and robbing a youth along a Ridgewood street last Saturday afternoon, Jan. 17, it was reported. Authorities said three male juveniles were arrested shortly after the holdup during a search of the surrounding area by police; their identities have been withheld due to their age. More...

Board, Residents Raise Doubts Over Altered Maspeth Proposal
The scaled-back design for a proposed public high school in Maspeth was met with mixed reviews by residents and members of Community Board 5 during the advisory body's Jan. More...
Seek Suspects In Late-Night Break-In
A group of burglars who recently went shopping for stereos during an early-morning break-in at a closed Forest Hills electronics store remain at large, according to police. Law enforcement sources have released images of the four suspects as they entered the P.C. Richard and Son store located at 113-14 Queens Blvd. on Friday, Jan. 9. More...
The Long Island City YMCA Junior Knicks played the Bronx YMCA Junior Knicks on Saturday, Jan. 17, during halftime of the main-event between the New York Knicks and the Philadelphia 76ers. More...
Ridgewood's St. Matthias School held their annual Christmas musical on Friday, Dec. 12, featuring performances from every class. Shown in the photo at left are kindergartners from class K1 who delighted the audience with their rendition of "Christmas Star." More...
All the proposals for stimulus packages to "jump-start" the economy can't hold a candle to one steady, good-paying job in the manufacturing sector. More...
Bush Exits
Partisan blather aside, let's take a no spin look at President Bush's two biggest legacy items: the terror war and the economy. Bush leaves office with a 34 percent approval rating, according to a recent Gallup poll. That ties him with Jimmy Carter's approval rating when he left office in 1981, not exactly a place you want to be. More...