Thursday, April 7, 2005

St. John’s sweeps PITT

On the Mound: Lewis’ final chance at college baseball glory

Munro signs with Yankees

FHM Mortgage wins title

DePhillips Sports Suns edge McDonald’s of Bayside

Athlete of the Week

Fake transit worker sentenced for Jamaica train theft try

South Jamaica man stabbed in his home: Cops

Jamaica churches battle AIDS with needle exchange

Unidentified man found dead in St. Albans

Far Rockaway woman indicted on money laundering

RH student arrested with gun, mace

Manhattan woman pleads guilty to ID theft, grand larceny

S. Ozone Park man fatally shot at home

Alleged JFK coke smuggling ring nabbed

Jamaica man critically injured in shooting

Swastika symbols scrawled in Flushing

Flushing store employee arrested in ID theft

Dead body found  in Flushing

Man arrested for deli masturbation

Bank robber holds up HSBC Briarwood branch

Florida man arrested with gun at La Guardia

Astoria cop indicted on molestation charge

Queens mourns death of pope

City sales tax cut, state keeps tariffs on clothing purchases

Medicaid reforms not included in $693M state health budget

Queens education funds get $322 million boost

Report picks JetBlue as best airline in country

Flushing woman charged with murder in 2003 slashing

City Council committee okays Bayside rezoning

By Sophia Chang Comment.

How’s Business? Good return

Fundraisers

Puppy love big in Bellerose biz

Taste of the world

Astoria man dances on Broadway

Southeast Queens Community Calendar

Nutrition Workshop - Take Charge of Your Health with Nutrition, a free community lecture with noted nutritionist Dr. Rene David Alkalay, is held the first Sunday of every month at 102-19 Metropolitan Ave. Call 718-544-5997 to register. Comment.

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Partner Abuse Trauma Group - Tuesdays from 7:20 - 8:50 p.m. At Pride of Judea Community Services, 243-02 Northern Blvd., (718) 423-6200. Comment.

Arts and Entertainment Calendar

Dee’s: More tables and more diners at Dee’s in Forest Hills

Dee's has been a deservedly popular spot for brick oven pizza and casual dining in Forest Hills since opening in 1993. Its food was always tasty and affordable, the ambiance cheery and staff friendly and efficient. Comment.

Minarik should quit as state GOP chair

Strong legislation needed to tackle graffiti

Your editorial of March 31, “Oh no, It’s a school!” is wrong to attribute the vigorous opposition to a new school in Bayside Hills to an attitude of NIMBY. The Department of Education is proposing to build upon the site of a synagogue i

Weiner not representing his constituents

What is Meng doing with his time in Albany?

Where is neighborhood integrity going?

Editorial failed to back up opinion on stadium

The bully battle

Pot bust war

Nightmare at Jamaica H.S.

Call for Mr. Klein

By Paul S. Goldstein

S. Ozone Park blaze leaves four tenants homeless

By Scott Sieber Comment.

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