A Middle Village man admitted in court last week to going
on a drunken joyride in a stolen car and fatally running down
two young men as they crossed a neighborhood street one
early morning last February, it was announced.
Working as a team, two teenagers armed with knifes were
caught by police after allegedlying robbing a male of his
phone at a Ridgewood street corner last Tuesday night, Jan.
19, it was reported.
MTA Reduction Plan Puts V Line On Midville-To-Manhattan Route
The M train’s days appear to be numbered, as the Metropolitan
Transportation Authority announced plans to eliminate
the subway line and replace it with an extended V train
that would offer commuters in Ridgewood, Middle Village and More...
A physician’s lifelong commitment to help the poor and
destitute has led her to spearhead an annual program at
St. Teresa’s Church in Woodside that welcomes in homeless
people and makes them feel like family.
The Blau Weiss Gottschee 22nd Annual Indoor Tournament
kicked off this past weekend at the Martin Luther High School
The Boys U9, U11 and U12 were also in action while other teams traveled to various tournaments and the Gottschee/NYC Academy teams traveled to South Central, Connecticut for exhibition games. More...
Efforts to keep St. Elizabeth Seton school in Bushwick open have proven futile as the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens announced last weekend that the elementary school will close its doors this June due to low enrollment. More...
The dumbing down of America has now reached the Fire
Department of New York, courtesy of a ruling handed down by
Nicholas G. Garaufis, United States District Court Judge for
the Eastern District of New York.
Letters from readers are invited
and should be sent by regular mail to
Times Newsweekly, P.O. Box
860299, Ridgewood, N.Y. 11386-
0299 or by e-mail to info@timesnewsweekly.
com. All letters must be
accompanied by the writer’s full
name and address, which will be
withheld upon request. More...
More than anything else, it was the foolishness of the far left that harpooned Martha Coakley in Massachusetts. Independents broke big for Scott Brown, and his own internal polling showed that national security issues like civilian trials for al-Qaida thugs and the president’s seemingly soft approach on terrorism in general helped Brown to a smashing victory. More...