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August 5, 2010  RSS feed
Red Tape Forces Temporary Closure Of Glenridge Ctr.
To the shock of its patrons, the Glenridge Senior Center suspended operations indefinitely last Friday afternoon, July 30, after being unable to secure resources to keep the Ridgewood facility going while waiting for the city to release grants   More...

A man was seriously injured after being struck by a Manhattan-bound M train at the Fresh Pond Road station in Ridgewood on Monday night, Aug. 2, Fire Department sources said. More...

Charter Commission Tackles Finance And Election Issues
Once again, the Charter Revision Commission made its way to Queens, this time stopping at Borough Hall in Kew Gardens on July 28 to hear residents’ thoughts on the preliminary proposal by the panel to amend the way the city works.   More...
Two Sought For Ozone Pk. Stickup
Though they couldn’t get into the cash registers, a pair of gun-toting bandits swiped cigarettes and personal items from workers at a drug store in Ozone Park during a holdup last Tuesday afternoon, More...
Encourage Young NYers To Use Banks
Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Jonathan Mintz and Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Commissioner Jeanne B.  More...
(AP) Four months ago, Gov. David Paterson faced calls even from Democratic allies to resign. He was accused repeatedly of drug and sex parties at the executive mansion and the subject of other salacious rumors.   More...
Deal Will Make Top Development Squads Free Of Charge
Gottschee Academy boys are trading blue and white for green and yellow.   More...
ALFRED H. MULLENBROCK, 78, of the Holiday Heights section of Berkeley Township, New Jersey, died on Friday July 30, 2010 at Community Medical Center in Toms River. He was born in Brooklyn and lived in Queens prior to moving to Holiday Heights 15 years ago. He was in the United States Air Force serving in the Korean War. He was a supervisor for Chase-Manhattan Bank. More...
When Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced plans to convene a new Charter Revision Commission, the news should have been met with unbridled enthusiasm by residents of this borough.   More...
Former NAACP leader Julian Bond wants President Obama to lead a “national dialogue” on race, but the president is not going to do that, and he’s making a smart political decision.   More...