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BRUSH FIRE HITS GLENDALE RAILYARD
      Firefighters rushed to the Fresh Pond Railyard in Glendale on Tuesday afternoon, Apr. 9, to extinguish a brush fire that spread to a nearby pile of railroad ties, it was reported.
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Wall Collapse Injures Man In Elmhurst
      Multiple Fire Department units rushed to an Elmhurst location after the brick façade of a building collapsed onto a pedestrian last Thursday afternoon, Apr. 4, it was reported.
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REACHING HIGH TO FIGHT B’WICK BLAZE
      Firefighters quickly extinguished a one-alarm fire that broke out on the upper floors of an apartment house in Bushwick last Wednesday, Apr. 3, it was reported.
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Photo Submissions And Requests
     Photographs submitted to the Times Newsweekly/Ridgewood Times should be in electronic high resolution (300dpi) JPEG (.jpg) or TIFF (.tif) formats. 
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Shopping Thief Still At Large
     Police have released the image of a woman wanted in connection with a series of thefts at stores across Queens and Staten Island dating back to January. 
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EXPOSED HIMSELF IN LAUNDROMATS
     Police have arrested Lowell Britt, 27, of Bay Shore, L.I., in connection with six forcible touching incidents that occurred in laundromats in the 83rd, 73rd and 69th precincts since 2010. The suspect is accused of exposing himself and rubbing up against unsuspecting females. No injuries were reported in any of the incidents. 
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SUBWAY GROPER IN F.H./KEW GDNS.
     The man shown in this surveillance camera image is wanted by police for groping a woman at the Union Turnpike subway station on the Forest Hills/Kew Gardens border last month. 
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Asks For Time, Steals Backpack
      The NYPD is seeking the public's assistance in identifying an individual wanted for a robbery that took place Mar. 16. at approximately 3:15 a.m.
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Self-Defense Push In F. Hills
      Politicians gathered Apr. 2 at the corner of 71st Avenue and Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills to hand out pamphlets about self-defense following two recent attempted rapes in Queens.
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The Way Of The Cross
      In marking Holy Week, the students of Sacred Heart School in Glendale recently re-enacted the Stations of the Cross at Sacred Heart Church.
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Howard Beach Post Office Is Now Back In Business
      The Howard Beach Post Office at Coleman Square was reopened last week with a ceremony attended by Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and State Sen. Joseph Addabbo. The U.S.
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Business StartUP! Competition In Qns.
      The Queens Economic Development Corporation (QEDC) has announced its nine finalists in the seventhannual “Queens StartUP!
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Passing And Twirling Batons In Glendale
      Glendale’s Sacred Heart School played host to its 10th annual twirling competition last Saturday, Apr. 6, featuring teams of baton-spinners representing schools from around Queens.
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Glendale Dinner For Vets
      The Allied Veterans of Ridgewood and Glendale held a dinner/dance at the American Legion Brewery Keenan-Heisser Post in Glendale on Sunday, Apr.
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Promoting Safety At Glendale Event
      Protecting the public from thieves was the theme at a safety event sponsored by Assemblyman Mike Miller and the 104th Precinct at St. Pancras School in Glendale last Saturday, Apr. 6.
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Medal-Winning Ballroom Dancers At Woodside School
      Fourth-graders at P.S. 229 in Woodside recently completed their participation in an in-school ballroom dancing program conducted in part with Dancing Collaborations.
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