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September 23, 2010  RSS feed
Tornadoes, Microburst Rip Through Brooklyn And Queens
Thousands Lose Power, Hundreds Of Trees Destroyed, One Life Taken   More...
Suspect Pulls Trigger At Pair On Patio

Police are looking for the gunman who allegedly shot a man and woman as they sat in front of their Bushwick home on Sunday evening, Sept. 19, it was reported.   More...

Ambulance Involved In Chain Reaction Wreck
Only steps away from his home, a 75-year-old pedestrian was struck and killed by a van during an accident involving an ambulance at an Elmhurst intersection last Wednesday morning, Sept. 15, it was reported.   More...
Was Shot In Head, Found On Woodhaven Street
A 17-year-old Richmond Hill resident who was found unconscious with a head injury on a Woodhaven street last Tuesday night, Sept. 14, has died from his wound, police reported.   More...
Maspeth Lions Raise Funds For Disadvantaged
A community stalwart since the 1950s, the Maspeth Lions Club (MLC) has been committed to raising funds for the disadvantaged, such as those who are blind or visually impaired, to help provide them with the services they need to be as self-sufficient as possible. More...
(AP) If New Yorkers are still wondering whether to take tea party Republican Carl Paladino seriously, they need only look at the Democrats.   More...
Boxing At The Garden Benefits Youth, Families
For the 28th consecutive year, the NYPD will go headto head against the FDNY at the annual “Battle of the Badges” boxing event on Friday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. at the Theater at Madison Square Garden.   More...
Chancellor Presses Pols To Find Funding
With the new school year underway, Chancellor Joel Klein reported on the state of the city’s public school system during a meeting of the Queens Borough Board on Monday afternoon, Sept.  More...
WAYNE ARTHUR GERLIPP, age 64, died August 27, 2010 in Tega Cay, S.C. Born in Queens NY, Wayne was a graduate of PS 71, Grover Cleveland HS, Adelphi University and New York Institute of Technology (Westbury). More...
Mother Nature showed who’s boss last Thursday as not one, but two tornadoes—and a strong wind known as a microburst— accompanied a violent storm that washed across parts of New York City.   More...
Dear Editor: The controversy over the intentions of some Muslim leaders to build a mosque near Ground Zero has been seized by politically correct activists as a great opportunity to gain political capital. They are invoking religious freedom. This has nothing to do with religious freedom. It has to do with politics.   More...
Take it from me because I see the Nielsen television ratings every day: NFL football is riding a huge wave of popularity in America.  More...