Posing as utility workers, a pair of bandits reportedly
tricked an elderly woman to let them inside her Glendale home
last Tuesday, Feb. 9, grabbing cash as well as a Social Security
check before being detected.
Four-Alarm Inferno Consumes Businesses In Jackson Heights
The four-alarm fire that ravaged a row of stores along a
Jackson Heights street last Saturday, Feb. 13, was started by
a faulty furnace in one of the locations, according to the Fire
Glendale residents expressed alarm over a television news
report aired on Monday night, Feb. 15, regarding a registered
sex offender convicted in 2001 of abusing a 11-year-old girl
who is now teaching students of all ages at a local karate
Rep. Anthony Weiner, a
member of the House Energy
and Commerce committee, announced
the kick-off of the
“Great Appliance Swap Out”
program, which will provide
rebates of up to $555 to New
Yorkers who trade in their old
appliances for new, more
energy efficient models.
As The Capitol Turns: State Politics Stuck In Soap Opera
One of the many odd things about New York’s Capitol, with its four grand entrances, is that no one’s quite sure of its street address. Those watching last week figure it’s somewhere close to Wonderland. More...
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