Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005

Glen Oaks Little League to hold spring tryouts

Garden School routed the United Nations International School 49-32 last Thursday in its final regular season game. In the first half, the Lady Griffins utilized a swarming team defense to create many fast-break scoring opportunities, which generated 

Falci & Daughters win again

Utopia Family Chiropractor clinches first place

The Butler Did It

Dunston is Ram tough

Athlete of the Week

Driver charged with DUI in car crash

Man found dead in Ozone Park with gunshot wound to head

Conn. woman found dead in Maspeth

Truck rolls off ramp at Bayside Marina

Two men arrested in Jamaica store robbery

Woman found in car trunk in Jamaica

Unconscious man in Jamaica station dies

Jury to be chosen in case of Rochdale deliveryman slay

Application process begins for Education Council seats

Mayor slams Shea for Olympics

How’s Business: Real estate investments

"I could do that. I have some money set aside for the right investment," you thought. You envisioned getting rid of your job because of the overtime to bring more money home. But before you call that toll free number, take a step back for a moment. Comment.

Fundraisers

Southern style fish in Queens

Business Calendar

Culture Club

Camping in Queens

When I was a kid, my summer recess consisted of finding other children on the block who wanted to play kickball, ride bikes or go to the town pool. There may have been other options, but I doubt there were as many as there are today. Comment.

Members demand more active role in governing Corona’s CB4

During the meeting at the 111th Street Senior Center in Corona, about eight members of the board outlined a series of concerns that ranged from the lack of elections for the executive committee, confusion and secretiveness surrounding the by-laws that govern the board's daily operations and what they called an opaque selection process for the district manger position left vacant when Rose Renda-Rothschild died last month. Comment.

Boro greets Olympic committee

Dressed in matching black windbreakers, they smiled and waved to a gaggle of domestic and international reporters and followed their tour guides, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall and Deputy Mayor Dan Doctoroff, into the USTA National Tennis Center. Comment.

Developer drops Wal-Mart from Rego Park project

Ever since word began to circulate in December that Wal-Mart was considering a 132,000-square-foot store off Queens Boulevard, the discount retailer faced intense opposition from labor and civic leaders who cited its anti-union practices and the negative impact it would have on small businesses in the borough. Comment.

Grand jury indicts two in attack on Middle Village  Satanist

Homeless man charged in South Jamaica fires

A Jamaica man was sentenced to more than 29 years in prison last week for beating a 69-year-old grandmother to death during a burglary two years ago, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.

Boro home abandoned unfinished

By Zach Patberg

Stray dogs caught in nabe

Public hearing held on Bayside rezone proposal

Astoria rapper shot dead

Meng has responsibility to ethnic community

Economic and Legal Outlook for Rezoning

Why are Queens’ students neglected?

An open apology to Jerry Iannece

Requesting clarifications from CB 4

“Inquiry” school would have been bad for community

Arrests of day laborers inappropriate

Should felons vote?

Bad dogs

The end of an era

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