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October 29, 2015  RSS feed
Leaders in local law enforcement teamed up with faculty and students from P.S. 88 in Ridgewood to host its first Pink Parade for Breast Cancer Awareness at the 104th Precinct last week. More...

More than 30 dirty videos were found on a cellphone belonging to a 20-year-old man arrested earlier this week for allegedly filming them inside a men’s bathroom at Principe Park in Maspeth, authorities said.  More...

Faithful members of two local churches are mourning the loss of Msgr. Peter Zendzian, pastor of St. Matthias Church in Ridgewood and former longtime pastor of Maspeth’s Holy Cross Church, who died suddenly on Oct. 23 at the age of 63.  More...
102nd Precinct Kew Gardens, Richmond Hill, Richmond Woodhaven Hill,and Ozone Woodhaven, Park Ozone Park Woodhaven woman charged for bribing cop with sex and money: DA More...
Another year, another regular season championship.  The Christ the King (CK) girls soccer team finished its regular season with a dominating 5-0 win over their rival, The Mary Louis Academy (TMLA), to end the season at the top of their league. This is the fifth year in a row that CK has won the Brooklyn/ Queens regular season championship.  More...
CONSTANCE B. LA FONTE of Ridgewood died on Saturday, October 24, at the age of 75. A native of Brooklyn, she was the devoted mother of Andrea Luchino, David Amendola and Stephanie Dale. She is also survived by seven grandchildren. Services were offered at Morton Funeral Home/Ridgewood Chapels, 663 Grandview Ave., Ridgewood, followed by interment in St.  More...
For the fourth time in 11 months, the NYPD buried one of its own gunned down in the line of duty.  More...
Regarding Councilman Rory Lancman’s Oct. 8 op-ed on Planned Parenthood: Let’s get the facts straight. Planned Parenthood did over 300,000 abortions last year. They get over $500 million in taxpayer money.  More...
My first child, Lara Schneps, was born with profound mental disabilities and severe cerebral palsy. Lara was also blind and totally dependent upon others. It was 1968 and no community services were available for Lara.  More...
Adults and children of all ages gathered for Halloween fun at Julia’s Beer and Wine Bar last week during their first “Drink and Carve” pumpkin carving contest.  More...
A wunderbar time at in Glendale
Hundreds enjoyed fine food, drink and music during the LIC Flea and Food’s Oktoberfest celebration on Oct. 17 at The Shops at Atlas Park center green in Glendale. More...