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February 25, 2010  RSS feed
Armed Man Flees With Free Gas
Instead of cash or a credit card, a driver pulled out a handgun after ordering gasoline at a Maspeth service station last Friday afternoon, Feb. 19, getting away with free fuel after threatening an attendant, police reported.   More...
Knock Over Toddler To Attack His Uncle

Following an investigation by police, a Rego Park teenager was arrested last Tuesday, Feb.  More...

Claims City Is Looking Into Getting Rid Of All NYC Community Boards
Community Board 6’s future may be in jeopardy, its district manager told the crowd at its Feb.  More...
Killer Busted As He Bludgeoned Man
An apparent dispute between two men inside a Bushwick apartment last Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 17, came to a bloody end as one of the brawlers stabbed and bludgeoned his rival to death, law enforcement sources reported.   More...
Tells Of Shows From Golden Age
Members of the Richmond Hill Historical Society were treated to a trip down memory lane focused on the beginnings of television and how the industry has changed throughout the years during a Friday, Feb. 19 lecture at the Leonard Center.   More...
Suffolk Exec May Be Dark Horse In Race For Governor
(AP) The race for New York’s Democratic nomination for governor is already shaping up to be an all-in poker hand between incumbent David Paterson and the more popular and better financed Andrew Cuomo.   More...
Girls U14 Take King’s Park Indoor Tourney
In a much-anticipated return encounter following Gottschee’s 3-0 shutout of the Red Bulls two weeks ago, the U16 continued its dominance over the Red Bulls with a convincing 2-0 win.   More...
+++ RUTH NACHTRAB was born September 4, 1919 in Brooklyn to Theodore and Lillie Augusta Greiner Meyer. She worked as a secretary in the insurance industry. Ruth was a member of the Ridgewood Senior Citizens in New York and the Sunshine Seniors in Raleigh, N.C. She was also a member of the Ridgewood Historical Society and volunteered at the Onderdonk House in Ridgewood. She was a member of St.  More...
Walk by any store that’s going out of business, and you’ll most likely find one phrase hanging in the window that perfectly describes the situation: “Everything must go!”   More...
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He Won’t Be Back
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will leave office in November, but, unlike The Terminator, he will not be back.   More...