Three people suffered minor injuries after a two-car crash at a Maspeth intersection on Monday, Sept. 6 in which one of the vehicles involved caught fire after impact, Fire Department sources said. More...
Moments after a Glendale resident reported that her home
had been burglarized, police reportedly caught the Jamaica
man suspected of the break-in standing on the roof of a nearby
residence last Thursday afternoon, Sept. 2.
Prayers from every faith to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001
terrorist attacks will be offered at memorial events around the
area this weekend as the nation marks the ninth anniversary
of a date that lives in infamy.
A bike-riding bandit who allegedly swiped chains off the
necks of teenage boys while riding through Forest Hills and
Rego Park in a series of grand larcenies this summer remains
at large, according to police.
Many Dance Groups Featured; Local Academies Set To Perform
The seventh-annual Hispanic
Heritage Month celebration
at the South Street
Seaport on Sept. 19 will have
a local flavor as dancers from
several groups in the
Times Newsweekly coverage area
are set to strut their stuff to a
The soccer culture at Christ
the King High School is
changing with the boys program
moving to the “A” division.
Every year, the team was a contender to win a City “B” championship but this year things look different. More...
Nearly two decades after it was first proposed, the Metropolitan
Avenue Campus is still the cause of controversy, as evidenced
by the District 24 Community Education Council
(CEC 24) meeting held last Wednesday, Sept. 1 at P.S. More...
ELLIE ODDO of Mastic Beach died on August 26, 2010 at the age of 81. She was the beloved wife of Antonino Oddo, devoted mother of Joseph Oddo, Carl Oddo and Peter Oddo. A mass of Christian Burial was offered at St. Jude’s RC Church, Mastic Beach, followed by interment at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Center Moriches. More...
There’s a lot of things Americans tend to remember. In the
19th century, we were asked to “Remember the Alamo.” During
World War II, “Remember Pearl Harbor.” And today, we’re told to
One of the most underreported ongoing stories around is the
war in Mexico between the government and the drug cartels.
Here are the grisly stats: More than 28,000 people have been killed in drug-related violence since 1996. In Iraq, 4,421 Americans have been killed. In Afghanistan, 1,141. More...