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November 26, 2015  RSS feed
P.O. Lewis of the 104th Precinct comes to the rescue of a cat after a Glendale housere, third life saved of the weekend. More...

A note-carrying crook made off with over $2,000 in a bank robbery in Ridgewood late Monday afternoon, police reported.  Officers from the 104th Precinct responded to a call of a robbery from the Capital One Bank located at 70-01 Forest Ave. at around 3:30 p.m. on Monday afternoon.  More...

It was a busy weekend for the 104th Precinct as they saved more than one life from residential fires in Ridgewood and Glendale.  First, two police officers were hospitalized after getting residents out of a burning building in Ridgewood on Saturday, according to the 104th Precinct.  More...
In the city of movie stars, two detectives played the role of the heroes.  Detectives Albert Ramos and Daniel Mulligan, both assigned to the NYPD Queens District Attorney’s Unit, saved a Russian tourist from a knife attack on Nov. 18 while he was walking on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.  More...
In a closely contested championship game that went into double overtime, the Christ the King (CK) girls varsity soccer team came out on top, defeating Notre Dame Academy of Staten Island (NDA) on penalty kicks, to claim the New York City AA Division title at Saint Anthony High School in South Huntington.  More...
Christ the King High School’s Religious Studies teacher, Deacon Paul Norman, recently chaperoned Christ the King students to St. More...
MARIA KUMP (nee LOSER) of Gottschee died on Friday, November 6, at the age of 90. She was the loving wife of the late Emil Kump and dear grandmother of the late Peter Radske. Surrounded by her loving family, Maria died peacefully after a brief illness. She is survived by her daughter, Gerda Radske and two sons, Erwin and Edward.  More...
We don’t want it here!  That’s the message the Queens Borough Board sent to the de Blasio administration last week in soundly rejecting the mayor’s affordable housing plan, which many critics charged would undo long-term efforts to preserve the borough’s housing character.  More...
In 2016, for only the third time in 40 years, Social Security recipients and veterans will receive no cost of living adjustment (COLA). By some miracle of accounting, our government claims there is no inflation.  More...
Choosing a college major can be an intimidating process. Students entering higher education today have a vast selection of colleges and majors to choose from, but they face the decision knowing they are likely to take on burdensome student debt to finance their futures.  More...
THURSDAY, NOV. 26   Do you want to enjoy the view of Manhattan during happy hour? If so, go to Penthouse808 from 5 to 10 p.m. Penthouse is located at 8-08 Queens Plaza South, Long Island City. Visit the website www.penthouse808rooftop.com from more information about the event. Free admission.   More...