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November 3, 2016  RSS feed
Queens voters will get their say on Election Day
Everyone’s talking about the presidential race as Election Day nears, but Queens voters will have to also decide this Tuesday, Nov. 8, who they want to represent them on Capitol Hill and in the state Legislature.  More...

An apparent argument between three men on a Ridgewood street ended in gunfire on the afternoon of Oct. 31 when one of those involved pulled out a gun and shot his two foes, police said. According to authorities, the shooting occurred at about 5:43 p.m. on Oct. 31 in front of a home on Norman Street between Seneca and Cypress avenues. More...

New street signs will soon point the way to Ridgewood‘s latest historic district.  The city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), which had unanimously approved landmark designation of central Ridgewood in December 2014, will officially unveil the signs marking the area as a historic district on Friday, Nov. 4, at 11 a.m.  More...
This beef came with a side of bullets. A New Jersey man was arrested early Saturday morning for shooting a man during an apparent argument outside of a Maspeth barbecue joint over the weekend, authorities said.  More...
Don’t listen to a particular presidential candidate’s claims about the election being “rigged.” Queens voters have the right to vote free of intimidation, and they can be assured that their votes will indeed count. More...
The Maspeth High School Lady Argos are ready for the playoffs after defeating Newtown High School 3-0 in the final game of the regular season on Wednesday, Oct. 26.   More...
CARMELA ADAGIO of Ormond Beach, Florida, died on Monday, October 31, at the age of 96. She was the wife of the late Nicholas Adagio, loving mother of Rosemarie and Larry Kirk and Bill and Cathy Ann Adagio, cherished grandmother of Billy and Erica, John and Jessica, and Nicolette, and great-grandmother of Taylor, Nicholas, Isabella and Charlotte. More...
We’re less than a week away from an election most people want to forget-- but the one thing you shouldn’t forget to do is to vote this Tuesday, Nov. 8.  More...
It is ironic that with hard-won inclusiveness of the American dream Queens County has trumped Donald Trump in making the dream come true for a participatory sharing. More...
Our Schools, Our Voices
As parents, we should have a say in every aspect of our child’s life, especially the ones that will be most consequential. But far too often, I’ve found parents to be shut out of the decision-making process in their child’s school. More...
THURSDAY, NOV. 3   First Thursday: Glendale  Property Owners @ St. Pancras.  This meeting offers answers to questions about current Sanitation  Rules and Regulations. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m. at 68-20  Myrtle Ave.  More...
Presented By The Woodhaven Cultural And Historical Society
The residents of Woodhaven are very fortunate to have so much of its history still preserved and visible. To walk through the streets of Woodhaven is to walk through history, if you know where to look.  More...