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Two men—reportedly including a former game show winner and a circus clown—were taken to New York Burn Center in Manhattan after a house fire broke out on the top floor of the apartment bu More...
Cops Catch Muggers For Beating Driver

Shortly after parking his car in a Ridgewood More...

108th Precinct Warns Against Larcenies
With crime inching up in the area over More...
Transit Policemen Bring NYPD K9 To Glendale Home
The wife of a Glendale police officer who died in the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 was overcome with joy as she her family members met of a black Labrador retriever from the NYPD Transit Bureau’s K-9 Unit named in the fallen officer’s honor.   More...
(AP) This is one anniversary few feel like celebrating.  Two years after economists say the Great Recession ended, the recovery has been the weakest and most lopsided of any since the 1930s.  More...
League Holds All-Star Game, Starts Road To Title
The RED NMF softball league held its spring All-Star Game, followed by its firstround playoff wildcard game and first-round playoffs, on June 12.   More...
Deal Also Improves Energy Efficiency
City Council Speaker Christine C.  More...
REV. JOHN D. O’HALLORAN died on Friday, July 1, at the age of 82. He was born in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn on Sept. 8, 1928, and graduated from Theological College Seminary, Garden City, in June 1962. A proud veteran of the U.S.  More...
Two of New York City’s major airports—John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia—seem so close and yet so far away for many people traveling between the airfields and their homes or hotels around the five boroughs.  More...
Editor’s note: The following letter is an e-mail originally sent to Queens Borough President Helen Marshall and forwarded to the Times Newsweekly. Dear Borough President Marshall:  As a proud resident of Middle Village for over 49 years, I must communicate my deepest concern of the rapidly deteriorating conditions in my community.  More...
Over the Fourth of July weekend, many Americans take some time out to think about their country. This year, those thoughts might not be as festive as in the past because the United States is in decline.  More...
Favorite Tunes Are Offered At Free Shows
Sweet sounds of music will fill the summer air across communities in Queens during a number of free concerts being held in parks and other outdoor venues in the Times Newsweekly’s coverage area.   More...