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May 21, 2009  RSS feed
Students, Parents Outraged By Reported Ouster Of School Leader
Determined not to let their school leader go, members of the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal School community rallied on Tuesday, May 19 in support of their principal, More...

The United Veterans & Fraternal Organizations of Maspeth (UVFOM) held its annual Candlelight Ceremony to honor American servicemen and women on Monday, May 18 at Maspeth Memorial Park. About 60 people attended the vigil, including the St. More...

Forest Hills Civic Meet Features A Trio Of Public Advocate Hopefuls
Three candidates seeking to become New York City's next public advocate stumped for votes during the Forest Hills Community and Civic Association's (FHCCA) May 12 meet- ing at American Legion Post 1424. City Council Members Bill de Blasio and Eric Gioia, along with former Public Advocate Mark Green, made their case for election to the city's second-highest office. More...
Cops Bust Criminal Following Probe
Police have collared an alleged burglar from Brooklyn who was reportedly spotted by a Glendale woman entering her home through a window during a recent break-in, it was announced. The suspect was identified by law enforcement sources as 18-year-old Abel Medina of Kiely Place in Cypress Hills. More...
Their Softball Team Had Perfect Formula For Championship Season
Who remembers the Our Lady of Hope Hornets who were champs 10 years ago in the RGMVM Little League Softball Major Division? By defeating Schawaroch Chapels in two straight games in the World Series, the OLH Hornets completed a perfect season, going undefeated. More...
Another Busy Weekend For Queens Kickers
The U8A Boys had a tougher outing than anticipated but still got by Brooklyn Patriots comfortably, 5-2. Patriots struck first which rattled Gottschee, but then the boys settled in and countered with two quick strikes to take a 2-1 lead. More...
Schools Close Throughout City As Parents Keep Their Children Home
Swine flu fears continued to tighten their grip around the city as of press time Wednesday afternoon, May 20, as increasingly worried parents and local lawmakers pressed for more school closings. As of 5 p.m. Wednesday, 28 public and private schools throughout the city have been closed due to swine flu fears. More...
3rd Anniversary in Heaven May 24, 2009
We can't believe it's three years since God called you home. We miss you more each day! We miss your smile, your laughter and all the wonderful things that made you our beloved Husband, Dad and Papa. More...
Every Memorial Day, we pay tribute to the American men and women who have died in combat. With speeches and solemn ceremonies, we recognize their courage and valor. More...
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Unchaining Cheney
Dick Cheney is unleashed! After eight years of being nearly invisible to the media, the former vice president has come forth bearing wrath. He is now a man on a mission, an angry messenger. More...