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November 5, 2009  RSS feed
Area kids poured into The Shops at Atlas Park for the fourth annual Safe Trick or Treat on Saturday, Oct. 31 in Glendale. More...
Halloween Hooligans Caught In The Act

Smearing their graffiti tags on the roof of a Glendale factory proved to be a costly Halloween trick for a pair of men who were caught in the act by a businessman and arrested by police on Saturday morning, Oct. 31, it was reported.   More...

  No residents were injured after a one-alarm fire broke out inside a home in the vicinity of 88th Street and 97th Avenue in Ozone Park last Friday night, Oct. 30, Fire Department sources said. Members of Engine companies 225, 236, 285, 293 and 294; Ladder companies 107, 142, 143 and 173; Squad Co.  More...
Persons arrested in recent police actions as reported by the 104th Precinct included the following individuals: More...
Tells Of Survival As Hidden Child During Holocaust
With a simple statement, Judy Steel summed up her early years in a way that required only a few words to convey a powerful depth of meaning to those who had turned out to hear her.   “I was a hidden child in France during the Holocaust,” she said, quite matter-of-factly.   More...
In the beginning, there was the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, a fire-breathing Chicago preacher who believes America is a bad place. The reverend and Barack Obama were friends for 20 years.   More...
Faced St. Saviour Of Brooklyn At Brennan Field
The Christ the King Royals Women Varsity Soccer Team clinched second place in the Brooklyn-Queens CHS, beating St. John’s Prep 3-0 last Friday, Oct. 30 to earn a home game in a quarterfinal matchup with St. Saviour of Brooklyn.   More...
CEC 24, DOE Take On Overcrowding
School crowding and zoning issues dominated most of a three-hour Community Education Council District 24 (CEC 24) meeting held last Tuesday, Oct. 27 at P.S.  More...
New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan got his Irish up last week and it’s about time somebody in the Catholic Church opened their mouth to protest the bashing that all too often, the media looks upon as some kind of sport.   More...
Dear Editor: This Halloween, New Yorkers were treated to an environmental victory: the Bigger Better Bottle Bill went into effect as of midnight on Oct. 31.   Littered water bottles are everywhere. They’re an eyesore and bad for the environment. Thanks to the original bottle bill, there are fewer beer and soda bottles littering our streets.   More...
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Subway Changes   The MTA has scheduled a number of service changes for several subway lines throughout the city due to construction work.   These service advisories are current as of Wednesday, Nov. 4. Last minute changes to service and operating schedules may be made due to weather-related conditions or emergency repairs.   More...
We have an idea for a crime drama and will leave it to our readers to decide whether it might be interesting enough to bring to the attention of the producers of one of the New York-based television shows, such as Law and Order.   More...