Seeking to make local roads safer during the holiday season,
the 112th Precinct will be making a full court press
against drivers who break traffic laws, the force’s commanding
officer announced during last Wednesday’s 112th Precinc More...
A meticulously designed model railroad set belonging to a
victim of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is currently looking
for a new home, as a local Ridgewood civic leader has taken
the initiative to seek out a large enough space to display the 13’
x 26’ extensive set-up.
(AP) While New York’s political world frets over vote recounts
that will decide which party rules the state Senate, the
long-overlooked Republican minority in the Assembly is quietly
pondering its newfound strength, and celebrating just a More...
Arm wrestlers from around the world converged on New York
City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal last Thursday, Nov. 18, to
compete in the 33rd Annual Empire State Golden Arm Tournament
of Champions sanctioned by the New York Arm Wrestling
The New York City Department of Education (DOE) has released
a proposed amendment to the Fiscal Year 2010-2014
Five-Year Capital Plan which identifies a need of nearly 20,000
additional school seats to meet projected student demand across
all five boroughs.
ARTHUR R. LILYANDER passed away peacefully at his home in Daytona Beach, Fla. on Friday, November 19, 2010 at the age of 60. A native of Glendale, he was the beloved husband of Jane, devoted father of Arthur, Vernon and Margaret and grandfather of Ava Mae. He was the loving son of Arthur W. More...
Thanksgiving Day has evolved into a very pleasant holiday.
For most families, it requires buying and cooking a gigantic
turkey, gathering relatives and friends around the
table and just kicking back to enjoy the moment.
America is a fascinating country. If you don’t believe me,
consider this: In the space of just 10 years, we have elected
two men to the presidency who could not be more opposite.
That fact was clarified for me last week when I spent some
time with George W. More...