More than a decade ago, while the Elmhurst gas tanks still
towered over the neighborhood, it was hard for most people to
imagine that the structures would one day be replaced by a
park filled with rolling hills and winding paths.
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center’s miracle baby turned one
last Thursday, Aug. 12, and the Brooklyn hospital treated mother
and son to a surprise birthday celebration.
Born to Ridgewood resident Leslie Lopez on Aug. 12, 2009, Josiah Arroyo suffered an abdominal wall defect that left large portions of his small instestines outside of his body. More...
Recent Archbishop Molloy graduate Philip Loprete was recently
honored as one of 12 high school seniors to receive a
$5,000 scholarship for his participation in Major League Baseball’s
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) program.
With an upcoming catchment zoning debate coming, the
District 30 Community Education Council (CEC 30) geared
up for the new school year at their Aug. 12 meeting at the Department
of Education’s (DOE) Queens Plaza offices.
The latest unemployment figure for the month of July 2010 was at 9.5 percent, which was increase over the number of the previous month.This certainly is not a positive sign for this country. More...
City Council members Elizabeth Crowley, Karen Koslowitz and Eric Ulrich were on hand to welcome Kamla Persad-Bissessar (second from left), the newly-elected prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, to Q More...