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October 22, 2015  RSS feed
Glendale club working to save tree lighting ceremony
A 50-year holiday tradition in Glendale may come to an end this year.  More...

Police need the public’s help in finding a man who robbed and sexually assaulted a woman in Bushwick last week.  More...

After months of deliberation, Community Board 5 (CB 5) voted to recommend denying the Glendale yeshiva’s application for a zoning variance to expand the building during the monthly community board meeting on Oct. 14 at Christ the King High School in Middle Village.  More...
106th Precinct Ozone Park, Howard Beach  South Central Queens  Suspect wanted for Ozone Park robbery and attack   Police are looking for a suspect wanted for stealing a neck chain and pendant in a recent Ozone Park robbery and assault.  More...
What’s in a name?  The Queens College Athletics Program named its baseball field “Hennekens Stadium” on Oct. 17, in honor of Charles H. Hennekens, M.D., class of 1963, who excelled in varsity basketball and baseball while a student at Queens College.  More...
JOSEPH KISONAS died on October 16 at the age of 79. He was the beloved husband of Jane Kisonas, loving father of Linda Kisonas December, Joseph Kisonas Jr. and John and Irene Kisonas, cherished grandfather of John, Thomas, Zachary and Amber, and dear companion of Nicky, Gabby, Binx and Jazz.  More...
There was another deadly accident on Woodhaven Boulevard this weekend, and it again pointed out that the road needs to be completely reorganized.  More...
I’m very frustrated, as are many, over the proposed high school at the former Bayside Jewish Center.  There are still options on the table that do not include a new school. For example, the SCA can’t sell the property. The SCA can leave the property dormant. The SCA can lease the property to another company, as it is.  Fact: The property is only 1 acre.  More...
In reference to her Oct. 1 op-ed in The Queens Courier and Ridgewood Times, I agree with Assemblywoman Margaret Markey that our state and nation must do everything we can to eliminate child sex abuse and bring those accountable for such crimes to justice. Where Markey and the Catholic Church part ways is in her methodology.  More...
Spooks will run wild all across the “World’s Borough” in the days leading up to and including Halloween, as neighborhoods across Queens celebrate All Hallow’s Eve with an array of parades and parties.  More...
Fine food, music and entertainment were found during the Wonderful Woodhaven Street Festival held on Oct. 18 under the elevated J/Z train line along Jamaica Avenue between 80th Street and Woodhaven Boulevard in Woodhaven.  More...