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January 13, 2011  RSS feed
Book Thrown At Prolific Graffiti Vandals
Described as the most prolific graffiti vandals in More...

No one was injured after a one-alarm fire ripped through a warehouse in East Williamsburg last Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 5, Fire Department sources said. More...

Exhibit Showcase Classics And Charity
Though its founder died several years ago, the East Coast Car Association continues to keep his legacy driving, providing thousands of dollars in donations annually to benefit St. Mary’s Hospital for Children in Bayside.   More...
Apply At Local School Through Mar. 4
The New York City Department of Education (DOE) has announced the beginning of enrollment for families of children who will begin kindergarten in September 2011.   More...
‘Incubation’ Plan Subject Of Hearing
The Department of Education (DOE) has announced plans to incubate the ninth-grade class of an under-construction Maspeth high school at the Metropolitan Avenue schools complex in Forest Hills.   More...
With heavy hearts, the family of ELEANORM. MILLE (nee Sirgany) regrets to announce her passing on NewYear’s Eve, December 31, 2010. She was married for 43 years to the late Gustave F. Mille, Jr.  More...
Lots of mistakes were made during the snowstorm that hit New York City on Dec. 26, 2010 that paralyzed the city for most of the week leading up to New Year’s Day.  More...
Dear Editor:  Last week at JFK airport, a man collapsed from cardiac arrest and two bystanders rushed to save him using CPR. Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., especially among people over 40 years old.  More...