Mr. Jerrold Schreibersdorf has made it abundantly clear that he is very upset with Muriel Lilker, a home owner in Bayside. What Ms. Lilker is doing with her cars or not doing doesn’t require statements of violence such as slashing tires.
Relating that past elections suffered the same inadequacies provides neither comfort nor forbearance. Sloppy performance by boards of elections remains unacceptable even when the outcome is made clear by a large majority supporting a candidate.
Family values means providing jobs and health care for all Americans. It means supporting education, and sending our kids to college. It means real prescription drug benefits for our seniors, not benefits for drug companies. And it means not cutting pay a
Last week a Bengal tiger escaped from the Cole Bros. Circus, which was being held under the big top in Forest Park. The tiger broke free while being transferred from a smaller cage to a larger cage. The felonious feline then found its way to the Jackie Ro
The Saratoga Interfaith Family Inn, located at 175-15 Rockaway Blvd., has won the right to expand despite the vigorous objections of the South Jamaica community. The judge ruled that the BSA had treated Homes for the Homeless, the non-profit that operates
A battle between these greedy giants has left the city’s Mets fans in the dark. On Tuesday night of last week, Cablevision pulled the plug on the game between the Amazin’s and the Milwaukee Brewers, which was scheduled to be broadcast on the M
Vincent Florido was the hitting star of the game, going 3-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs. Mike Lowrey had two hits, and Mike Dinoto, Johnny Liquori, Anthony Polito and Brandon Rosenthal had a hit apiece. Dinoto pitched a scoreless sixth inning to cl
Brandon Smart, 19, of 177th Street, was at the corner of Guy R. Brewer and Foch boulevards at 11:56 p.m. Monday when an unknown gunman shot him once in the neck, police said. Smart was pronounced dead at the scene.
Alana Berenson, 19, made a fatal mistake by leaving her car, stepping into what witnesses called “a river of water” that contained a power line cable, which was apparently struck down by yesterday’s lightning storm at around 3 p.m.
Gioia was able to secure city funding to purchase the new piano for Jacob Riis when he learned that the Settlement House’s old piano had fallen into poor condition. The new piano arrived recently and will be used by Gottlieb and by students from the
Zverina, who lived in Flushing and retired in May 1990 after a distinguished journalistic career with UPI that began in Prague 45 years earlier, served as an editor and reporter on the International Desk in New York as well as 25 years as a UPI diplomatic
As a public school administrator and taxpayer, I wrestle daily with the fiscal and ethical impact of their failure to perform their duties and responsibilities towards the millions of students in our state and their failed promise to voters.