Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005

St. Robert’s Bellarmin bantams advance in CYO playoffs

Our Lady of Snows bantam boys advance in hoops playoffs

Dozo, Lewis seeded high in PSAL playoffs

Cervino’s bucket lifts Cascarino’s to overtime win

The Butler Did It

Athlete of the Week

3 SJU students arrested after car vandalized

32-year-old killed in Laurelton Pkwy crash

Jamaica baby dies of unknown causes

Teens plead guilty to setting fire at Far Rockaway complex

74-year-old bicyclist hit by tractor trailer

Laurelton man arrested on weapons charges

Four Queens judges sworn in to city court

7 train riders may reach the Far West Side

Boro’s median income below cost of living, report says

Fundraisers

Friday, March 18 - Queensboro Council for Social Welfare announces the 14th Annual Reception honoring Queens social workers at Queensborough Hall, Room 213, from 1:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. For registration and nomination forms call Deborah Snype at 718-468-8025. Comment.

Southeast Queens Community Calendar

Northeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

Arts and Entertainment Listings

Olympic dream fades

The city's Olympic proposal is contingent upon building a stadium for the Jets on the site of the MTA rail yards on the west side of Manhattan. In the 11th hour Cablevision offered $600 million for the property, by far outbidding the Jets. Comment.

Keep the schools open

The news that nine borough schools will close sent shock waves from Astoria to Rosedale. The impact will be felt most deeply by the hundreds of families whose children are enrolled in these schools. This includes not only Catholic families but many others of varying faiths or no faith at all who preferred the discipline and standards of these schools to those in the public school system. For many of these families the average $3,000-a-year tuition was a tremendous burden, but it was a sacrifice they were willing to make for the sake of their children. Comment.

Wildlife in my backyard

Richmond Hill fire kills unidentified person: FDNY

Meeks out of Dem party vice chair race

Boro GOP split over Bloomberg

Teen killed in Richmond Hill crash

CB 7 votes yes to Kissena Park rezoning plan to safeguard nabe

Social Security privatization not safe for younger generation

Rodent infestation in schools must be dealt with soon

PS 130 problem not zero sum

Weprin has conflict of interest in Jets stadium

Is illegal immigration putting our firefighters at risk?

Zoning legislation needs early legislation, enactment

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