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April 21, 2011  RSS feed
Two Injured In Brooklyn Collision
An allegedly drunk Department of Sanitation (DSNY) More...
Suspect Snagged In Decade-Old Murder Case

More than a decade after a Glendale woman More...

Firefighters rushed to a house of worship on Bushwick Avenue near Himrod Street in Bushwick on Tuesday morning, Apr. More...
Maple Grove Show Features Young Works
Members of the public were invited to take part of the Wednesday, Apr. 13 opening night celebration of a month-long Symphony of Colors exhibition at The Center at Maple Grove Cemetery in Kew Gardens, which included over 40 paintings and drawings from a grand variety of art students ages five through 75.   More...
Sweep Doubleheader With Strong Pitching
The Queens Thunderbirds, a local U12 travel baseball team, opened their campaign last Sunday, Apr. 10, in the Randall’s Island Cal Ripken league with a doubleheader against Dwarf Giraffe of Whitestone.   More...
High Schoolers Want ‘Phase Out’ Plan Stopped
Students from Grover Cleveland High School made a More...
REV. JOHN B. IDE, 61, of Maspeth, died on Friday, April 8, concluding an ardent three-year, seven-month survival of brain cancer. Born June 6, 1949 in Providence, R.I., John was an Army OR Tech during the Vietnam War. He committed his life to Christ in 1979, attained a Master of Divinity degree in 1988, and was ordained in 1989.  More...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently gave the bad news that 540 police cadets would not graduate from the Police Academy because of continued budget problems.  More...
Mayor, Pols Break Ground On Project Set For 2013 Completion
The Queens Museum of Art (QMA) in Flushing Meadows- Corona Park hosted a groundbreaking ceremony last Tuesday, Apr. 12, marking the beginning of an expansion project that will double the size of the institution, adding 50,000 square feet of new galleries, classrooms, public events spaces, a café and museum shop.   More...