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February 17, 2011  RSS feed
Bushwick School Head Begs For Help From Parents Of Students
“It’s a sad day in education when More...
Car Theft Ring Was ‘All In The Family’

More than a dozen vehicles were stolen from More...

Board 5 Approves Truck Route Changes
Changes to the truck route status of two More...
Raises Funds To Help ‘Eliminate’ Tetanus
Enchanting music written more than 300 years ago in France and performed by a baroque music quartet based in Brooklyn touched the hearts of attendees at a concert at Fresh Pond Crematory in Middle Village last Tuesday night, Feb. 8.   More...
Italian Futbol Legend Joins Their Festivities
The Inter Club Moratti USA in Middle Village celebrated its 15th anniversary with an dinner dance at Leonard’s of Great Neck last Saturday, Feb. 12 that featured an appearance by an Italian soccer legend.   More...
Parents Slam School ‘Incubation’ In F. Hills
Parents, school representatives and elected officials denounced More...
OTTO F. WIESLER, formerly of Prattsville and Ridgewood, Queens, died on Thursday, February 10, at the age of 86 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. Born in Germany on January 21, 1925, he was the son of Karl and Grete Wiesler. He was employed as a tool and die maker for Frisby in Freeport and was a member of the German Engineers Club. More...
Governments across this country on every level are tightening their belts. With the national deficit climbing to historic and downright frightening levels, politicians from both parties are now sounding the trumpet of fiscal austerity.  More...
Dear Editor:  Its interesting to hear City Council Members Peter Koo and Eric Ulrich say that Walmart is good for this city (My Say: ‘Walmart In NYC: If You Build It, They Will Come,’ Times Newsweekly, Feb. 10 issue, available online today at www.times newsweekly.com).  More...
William and Annaliese Verderber announce the marriage of their granddaughter, Karen Zupanic of Phoenix, Ariz., to Nick Van Campen, also a resident of Phoenix, on Oct. 10, 2010. More...