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November 11, 2010  RSS feed
Murder Suspect Would Not Be Taken Alive
The alleged gunman wanted for killing a man and woman found dead inside a car on a Ridgewood street two weeks ago reportedly took his own life during a standoff with police at a Brooklyn residence last Wednesday night, Nov. 3.   More...

Firefighters responded to a home on 65th Place near Woodside Avenue in Woodside last Wednesday afternoon, Nov. More...

Board 5 Considers Proposed Counseling Ctr.
Plans for the opening of a substance abuse treatment center at a vacant medical office in Ridgewood were the focus of Community Board 5’s Health and Human Services committee at their meeting last Wednesday, Nov.  More...
R.H. Man Pleads Guilty To Raunchy Robbery
A Richmond Hill man has pled guilty to charges of holding up a Kew Gardens dry cleaning shop and sexually assaulting two women during an armed robbery last November, it was reported.   More...
Ridgewood/Glendale/Middle Village Group Ready For The Holidays
After wrapping up its recent Halloween fundraiser, the Ridgewood/ Glendale/Middle Village Lions Club is looking ahead to an upcoming Christmas party for the sight impaired, as well as taking part in a Charter Night dinner-dance with the Maspeth Chapter in Howard Beach.   More...
(AP) This year of fear in New York politics yielded at least one clear winner: The voters. More...
Academy Teams Hang Tough In Weekend Matches
The Gottschee Cosmos Pre-Academy teams had mixed results in weekend action, but the organization’s younger teams continued winning streaks while advancing to the elimination round of the New York State Cup tournament.   Under 13 Pre-Academy   More...
Progress Reports Issued By DOE
Outgoing Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein released the fourth annual progress reports for 422 New York City public high schools. More...
WALLACE C. BUGENIS died on Monday, November 1, 2010 at the age of 79. He was the beloved husband of the late Mary Grace, cherished uncle and brother-in-law. He was a United States Army Veteran who served during the Korean Conflict. A private cremation was held Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at Fresh Pond Crematory, Middle Village. More...
As President Barack Obama tours Asia in search of jobs for Americans and boosting the benefits of increased globalization, he ought to take a few minutes to look at all the different industries this nation has lost in the last few decades through lax and lopsided free trade agreements. <  More...
Here’s my question: If this week’s election returns demonstrate that the vast majority of the country is moving to the right, why do the West Coast and the Northeast continue to embrace liberalism, especially when it has led to economic disaster? More...