Two people were lucky to be alive after the car they were riding in along the Long Island Expressway in Fresh Meadows last Thursday morning, June 17, lost control near an overpass, went airborne and s More...
Three people inside the rig of a tractor-trailer were injured after their vehicle overturned while turning on the entrance ramp of the eastbound Long Island Expressway from Queens Boulevard on the Elm More...
A flurry of 311 calls, noise complaints and unruly rugrats
pestering a local homeowner were among the featured topics
at the Tuesday, June 15 102nd Precinct Community Council
meeting held at the Moose Lodge in Richmond Hill.
Imparting life skills to area
students remains a top priority
at the Greater Ridgewood
Youth Council (GRYC), which
specializes in encouraging
youngsters to aspire for bright
and prosperous futures.
In a classic slugfest worthy of a title fight, marked by two ties,
seven lead changes, and two Dragons sliding into home (ordinarily
not much of a feat except when it is done on asphalt), the
JOSEPH HRYSZKO, 85, of Middle Village, passed away on June 20, 2010. He was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on March 17, 1925. Retired from the New York City Housing Authority. Proud veteran of the United States Navy and Army. He is survived by his two daughters, five sons, 14 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Funeral arrangements were held June 21, 2010 at Village Chapels. More...
Hell has frozen over! The far-left in America is turning on
their guy Barack Obama. After his speech on the oil disaster
a few days ago, the crazy left Greek chorus on MSNBC hammered
the president. More...
Pastor Rallied Congregation In Support Of Ridgewood’s Troops
The Old Timer continues his history of the United Presbyterian
Church of Ridgewood this week. When we last left the story, the church
was jolted by the tragic death of its pastor, Rev. George Hock. More...