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March 24, 2016  RSS feed
Phase 1 of the MTA’s overhaul of the Myrtle Avenue Line in 2017 will eliminate M train service between Middle Village and Bushwick for two whole months.  More...

A teenager arrested last week for allegedly participating in a stickup at a Glendale grocery store was linked to a similar robbery in Ridgewood days earlier, according to police.  More...

As the fate of the 22nd annual Fresh Pond Road street festival in Ridgewood remains in limbo, a representative of the event’s sponsor refuted allegations of violence and other problems related to past fairs.  More...
83rd Precinct  Bushwick  Crook surprises biker on a Bushwick block   A gun-toting bandit tried to catch his victim off guard and steal his belongings during a nighttime robbery attempt in Bushwick last weekend, police reported.  More...
This past weekend, Archbishop Molloy High School’s athletes achieved the epitome of U.S. sporting excellence.  The boys and girls track/field teams participated in the New Balance Nationals Indoor competition, held from March 11-13 in Harlem, at the Armory Track and Field Center on 216 Fort Washington Ave.  More...
ROBERT A. TITZ died on Tuesday, March 22, at the age of 60. He was the beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth McGinn, loving father of Stacy, dear brother of Karen LeVasseur, brotherin law of Duane and cherished uncle of Brian and Craig. Services will be offered at 10 a.m.  More...
The MTA’s plan to overhaul the M line between Bushwick and Middle Village next summer will completely close it for two months, and it can’t be avoided. While Bushwick will still have use of the J/Z and L trains, the loss of M train service would render much of Glendale, Middle Village and Ridgewood as a transportation desert.  More...
The Little Neck - Douglaston Library will soon be undergoing facility upgrade renovations. Long term, there are plans for a new library. Why waste funds on renovations when there are two available vacant sites just down the block?  More...
Queens residents watching the City Council’s recent Sanitation Department budget hearing saw an administration living in an alternate reality.  More...
March 24  Performance: from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. Admission is free before 11:30 p.m., $5 after 11:30 and $10 after midnight.  Entertainment: Comedians from the New York metropolitan area Ave.,Glendale.   More...