Friday, Jan. 5, 2007

Get help meeting home heating costs

HeartShare does it again!

Music Together: Be a hit at home

Job well done at P.O.

LICH hails nursing at its very finest

$100K Lookout Hill makeover

Setting a good example

On the Ratner payroll?

The war on Christmas

Cheers to the champ

Secret of their success

Waiting for Wal-Mart

Please no MAS, folks

LICH pays special tribute to its nurses

Upcoming civic meetings

Fillmore Realty puts toys in the hands of tots

A nurse for all seasons

POLICE BLOTTER

Busted at ‘home’

Cop trio is busted

Polar bears embrrrace the new year!

Who needs Times Square?

Hey, Baby! Welcome to the world in 2007!

Brooklyn Nurses: Always a good Rx

HeartShare raises over $100k for children

LI man gets life sentence for robbery death of ex-boss

Jerome Fletcher, 30, of Farmingdale, L.I., was accused of plotting and serving as the getaway driver in the robbery and murder of Bruce Levy, the 52-year-old co-owner of the Red Cap Valet dry cleaning plant in Long Island City, prosecutors said. Comment.

Astoria man sent to jail for raping ex-girlfriend

Joseph Gentile, of 21-60 46th St. in Astoria, was convicted of taking a livery cab to the home of his ex-girlfriend in the Bronx, displaying a .45 caliber pistol and forcibly dragging her into the livery cab, where a friend waited with a shotgun, the DA said. Comment.

Meeks invites constituents to conference call on immigration

Residents of the sixth Congressional District in southeast Queens are invited to call in and listen to the discussion. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 4, 2007

MS 74 Hawks win District 26 championship

The Butler Did It: Fladell makes history with RU

2006 All-Queens volleyball teams

Bell shooting rocked borough

Laptop chargers installed at JFK

Police seek 2 suspects in 6 SE Queens robberies

Woman hurt in LIE crash in Maspeth

Woman ejected from car in LIE crash in Maspeth

Pants with wallet stolen from Little Neck locker

72-year-old Laurelton man missing: Detectives

Cars, fuel truck collide, spilling oil on parkway

‘Wonder Rad’ sought for misuse of cell phone

Man busted for stealing potato chips in Astoria

Couple robbed, wife struck in Bayside: Cops

Police seek 3 suspects in Bayside home burglary

Cop dies in Cross Bay collision

Patient called Fresh Mdws. home

NE Jewish community center organizes winter coat drive

Hospital closings

Mulch holiday trees in January

You want to eat that?

Night before Christmas

An ace on the job

Christmas not Xmas!

An outrageous tragedy

An unsafe ice-cream

Brooklyn Nurses Garner Accolades

Have an extra slice on the senator

Hadassah’s festival of lights

CB11 helps fight flu bug

HeartShare raises over $100k for children

He delivered the goods for over 40 years

An Extra Special Visit From St. Nick

Season’s Cheer Around the Tree of Life

Polar Bears Embrrrace the New Year!

Who Needs Times Square?

Merry, Merry, Mayhem with the Beep

Hey, Santa Claus, Don’t You Work in Albany?

Get some help meeting high heating costs

Paerdegat Pk Overflows with Cheer

Top of the giant Menorah

Blaze covered murder

Seaport Manor ruling

Co-op marks 30 years

Civic meetings

A VIP Hanukkah with Mike

Tirade over Tilden

Shirley Chisholm day in Brooklyn

Three stars: State Assembly kudos for merchants

Centenarian Toasts Landmark Birthday

Bingham joins Sterling Glen staff

Giving is contagious among Brooklyn Friends

William McKinley School 259 Salutes Wintertime

Toys are the Best Medicine at Maimonides

New Utrecht concert

An extra special visit from St. Nick

Hey, Baby! Welcome to the World in 2007!

Dyker Heights Civic rejoices in the Season

On top of Brooklyn’s giant menorah

Upcoming meetings

Postal pro delivered the goods for over 40 years

Carrozza sponsors holiday drives

Brownstone Clinic

I.S. 234 strikes a winter chord

Your guide to upcoming meetings

CABLE BIG FIZZLES OUT: ILLEGAL DISPATHCES TO END AMID POOR RECEPTION

Quincy Avenue residents strung out over the fleet of cable trucks lining up in front of their homes for the past two months might have reason to celebrate in the New Year. Comment.

MP MERCHANTS TO MULL NEW ASSOCIATION AT JANUARY 9 MEETING

Citing empty storefronts and a general lack of organization, leaders of the Morris Park Community Association are inviting local shop owners to their clubhouse on Tuesday, January 9, to discuss creating a new merchants association. Comment.

GRACE DODGE DOMINATES BRONX A WEST

Every once in a while, you run across a team where everything comes together at the right time. In Bronx A West, that team would be Samuel Gompers. Comment.

FDNY OFFERS ‘WOUNDED WARRIORS’ FUN-FILLED TOUR

The Fire Department of New York has once again proved itself to be a unified force endlessly giving back to people and families locally and abroad. Comment.

DOMINANT BRONX TEAM SETS SIGHTS ON PSAL ALT. HS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS

With league play almost concluded, the PSAL Alternative High School League is preparing for the upcoming 2007 playoff and championship round with one Bronx school appearing to be the favorites to walk away with the crown. Comment.

S. BRONX, GOMPERS FIGHT FOR BRONX A EAST TITLE

With just a little over a month left to play before the playoffs, the Bronx A East division is shaping up to be a hotly contested battle between three solid high school teams. Comment.

KNOWING THE SCORE: A NEW YEAR - A NEW START

Another year has gone by and what a year it has been. Comment.

WINGS DOMINATE BRONX AA, BUT WILL LEHMAN SPOIL THEIR EFFORT?

When they met during the first week of the season, Wings Academy defeated Lehman High School 87 to 65, but when they meet again on Wednesday, January 3, it could be an entirely different story. Comment.

NEW BOOK CAPTURES MEMORIES OF IRISH IMMIGRATION TO THE BRONX

As a borough recognized for everything from baseball to art, restaurants to theater, one cultural aspect that has remained steady through the decades is the melting pot of immigrants the Bronx has attracted from countries around the globe. Comment.

LINCOLN HOSPITAL UNVEILS $3.5M MODERNIZATION OF MATERNITY UNIT

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center celebrated the opening of its expanded and modernized maternity and nursing unit with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, November 29. Comment.

VIP OPENS WOMEN’S RESIDENCE

VIP Community Services cut the ribbon on a residential treatment center designed specifically for women struggling with substance abuse on Wednesday, December 13. Comment.

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS

Congressman Joseph Crowley officially commended Morris Park resident Antoinette Pagnotta as a recipient of the Bronx Zoo Comment.

St. Finbar’s is in Fine Voice

Santa Rides a Horse and Buggy

An Extra Special Visit from St. Nick

Pataki announces trail money

CB11 Helps Fight the Flu

He delivered for over 40 years...

Special Permits Backlash

Lighting the Chanukah menorah

The joy of giving benefits all...

P.S. 153 welcomes St. Nick

An Opera Talent

FIAO says thanks

P.S. 255 youngsters achieve excellence

Covered in holiday cheer

Outgoing postal pro delivered the goods for over 40 years

Pandas’ paddle too much for Fontbonne

Western Queens Community Calendar

Hey, Baby! Welcome to the world in 2007!

An extra special visit from st. nick

Season’s Cheer around the tree of life

Holidays strike a chord with P.S. 207

Have an extra slice on the Senator

Santa makes a special delivery to family

Hey, Santa...what did you bring us?

Southeast Queens Community Calendar

Joy to the world, celebrate in the nabe

On the health WATCH

CB11 helps Fight Flu Bug

St. Finbar rejoices in the season

A VIP Hanukkah with Bloomy

POLICE BLOTTER

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Upcoming Civic Meetings

Upcoming civic meetings

Contact The Editor

Western Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Weprin not interested in little guy from Queens

New defense chief no better than last

All Asian immigrants should learn English

Include homeless in vision for the city

NAFTA Superhighway threatens U.S.

Padavan helps at fund-raiser

Civics support creation of new parks

Pit bull dangers

Improving buses

Heroes

Southeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Business Smarts: Nine great Web sites keep you buzz-worthy

Northeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Man murdered near market

Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007

Pow! The power of comics

Read all about it in ‘Big Print’

Dance illuminates the ‘ugly beauty of living’

The crucible of creativity

Brooklyn Songwriters Exchange: Always in tune

Kids kick up their heels

Sunny views in the dark days of winter

Grab a seat for Spike’s ‘Man’

Dreamgirls

Come & hop aboard: The best way to see all of Prospect Park is by trolley!

Spend winter in the garden

The drum beat of Bklyn’s Heart

The wonderful, wonderful world of animals exposed

Chamber music friends pull all the right strings

BAMcafe Live: All-new, all-exciting for ‘07

Eat, drink & be literary - with Francine Prose & Pete Hamill

Basically Bach

Metropolitan Muppet-mania

Music! Dance! Theater! The BCBC’s got you covered in ‘07

Meet the 2007 Brooklyn Calendar Girls

Love, politics and a lot of drama

Hear Godot, Uncle Vanya and more as never before

In celebration of vivid verse from Walt Whitman to Hart Crane

Music’s healing power

Chiara String Quartet plays for youngsters

Sign up for daily news emails!

TimesLedger archive

CNG: Community Newspaper Group