Friday, May 13, 2005

Next BWECC Meeting

Political Rivals On Hand For Maimonides Cancer Ctr. Opening

You Can Help Stamp Out Hunger

Here’s Your Chance to Learn Infant & Child CPR

Slain Cop’s Family Is Honored In Bay Ridge

B’hurst Hopes New Sewers Will Flush Woes Away

Priceless Warehouse: Fashion Sense That Saves Cents

New Era Dawns For Kaiser Park

Kings Bay Y Celebrates Anniversary of Israeli Independence

Arts Commission Backs Beautification Project; Questions Remain

Alleva Street Dedication

Buckley’s to Kennedy’s Run Cyclones Help Beat Cancer

Community Health Fair

Clergy Salutes Scouts For Religious Dedication

Joint Community Council Meeting You’re Invited to the Fabulous 5th Avenue Fair

Tips On Growing a Profitable Business

Poly Pl. VA Hospital In Jeopardy Challengers Attack Hynes’ Record As District Attorney

Fight to Rein In Condo Development Intensifies

Thursday, May 12, 2005

Editorial was ‘right on target’

TimesLedger’s PS 534 story accused of being incendiary

Justice for vandals

No more zoom room

A law for a cause

The mother of all sweeps

On the Mound: Another frustrating loss for Lewis, as senior year winds down

Met Oval U-14s win again

Lally lifts Storm in game 2

Queens Half-Marathon kicks off Saturday

Glen Oaks Little League: Angels take two straight

St. John’s Prep’s Flood named to Girls CHSAA Hall of Fame

Dwarf Giraffe Athletic League

DePhillips Athletic Club: DAC Yankees win in extra innings

The Butler Did It:

Bayside Little League: Formato, Eberly lead Douglaston Development

Athlete of the Week

DA charges Hollis mother in $180K illegal benefits case

Unidentified man shot dead on Cambria Heights street

Maspeth man gets 9 years in wife shooting

Drugs, alcohol cause death after  JFK flight

Man arrested on public lewdness charge

Mom tosses son from window in fire

Four passengers hurt in Forest Hills car crash

Hispanic man sought in Astoria bank rob

Hevesi wins special race

Fundraisers

This Crew Is Ready For the the Queen Mary 2 And Co.

Boardwalk Inspectors Catalogue Loose Slats And More

Business Calendar

A Knight’s Tale: Kids Get Medieval On Audience

JASA Senior Center Enjoy Passover Seder

St. Mark School Celebrates 80 Years of Learning

The Cream of D21 Educators Came to Honor Ethel Tucker

Everyone’s a Winner At Sports Day Bash

Holocaust Memorial Service

‘Citizen Canine’ Contest

Summer Youth Employment

He’s the King of Ragtime

Look Good, Feel Better Program

Mookie Welcomes Brooklyn to Cyclones ‘05 Season

Law And Order Night At the American Legion

Meet City Tech’s 2005 Valedictorian

Free Hearing Screenings BPL to Host 2-Day Health Fair

Imagine Award Goes to SUNY Downstate President

Memorial Day

Fabulous 5th Ave. Fair

Pythian Membership Drive

City Tech ‘Grand Master’

13th Annual Bayfest Celebration

The Vikings Are Invading Brooklyn!

Tall Salute to Outstanding Neighborhood Policing

Learn About Turn-of-the-Century Brooklyn

6th Annual Evening of Mercy Cocktail Reception ‘It’s My Park Day In Bklyn’

Are you Aspirin resistant?

"Patients think an Aspirin a day will keep the doctor away," said Dr. Guy Mintz, Medical Director of the New York Preventive Cardiology Institute at 78-01 Myrtle Ave. in Glendale. "But that's not always true because some people do have heart attacks and strokes despite being on aspirin." Comment.

Being fruitful

Visit the small stands that sell locally grown produce on the fringes of your community parks. Fresh fruit is everywhere and it would be nearly impossible to resist the ripe berries, bright oranges, tart apples, sweet peaches and juicy mangoes. So why try? Indulge. Fruits are great tasting and extremely good for your health. Comment.

Deconstructing Richard’s column, citing contradictions

Meng is doing his job in Albany

DA will do justice in Paige case

Stop Walgreens

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