Saturday, April 5, 2008

Your guide to April civic meetings

105-year-old ‘doughboy’ - Artist immortalizes one of the last veterans of WWI

Garrison salutes Monsignor Nagle

A chaplain’s mission in Afghanistan - Balancing the call of duty with the challenges of leaving family at home

Airman to countrymen: ‘We’re just normal people’

Medics teach Afghans first aid

Medal of honor for Korean war vet

A basketful of good times - Hippity-hoppity holiday fun delights children

Free business workshops coming - Learn the secret of your success right here

HeartShare Human Services NY annual gala

Two hurt, trapped in ugly crack-up

Gala Celtic celebrations in Bay Ridge

Spotlight put on Brooklyn fashion designers

Youngsters renew Baptism promises

McKinley Pk hosts holiday fun & games

Talented seniors vie for a shot at ‘Idol’ competition

Teens call for cash

History lecture

Wall of distinction

Conference on hate crimes

10 years at Bay Ridge Prep - School celebrates a decade of educational excellence

Honor of the pledge for Capt.

Civic meets

New high note for ‘McKinley Choir’ - Neighborhood school raises more than $2,000 for Lutheran Medical Center

Timber! That last parcel was probably a mistake

Pedestrian safeguard

Dom Recchia promises new ferry service

Free SEED events coming this month

Your cut of the ‘stimulus’ pie

Students don thinking caps and lock horns - Kearney, Lincoln high schools clash on cable TV’s ‘Challenge’ quiz show

Workshops could be the secret of your success

B’walk planks replaced

Bishop Kearney H.S. hails the Class of 2011

A better way to be green - Project focuses on future sustainability and more

Crime dog inspires local youths

Oprah’s ‘ambassadors’ come to town

Tall salute to Bklyn’s Irish heritage

Restoration of B&B Carousell begins

Bay Academy enjoys laptop donation

Who’s afraid of Haman? Not these happy kids

Manhattan Beach still simmers

‘The Holocaust Deniers’

Tips on healthy aging

‘Total Woman’ confab

Community conference

Gala and auction - Special benefit for HeartShare services

Walk for Autism

Readers are leaders challenge - Children are inspired to read more, ‘veg out’ less

Baby ‘Riley’ hops to it - Zoo names new kangaroo

New Dynamite youth center debuts

African-American heroes inspire kids

Public School 255 makes a science out of winning

Women urged to get screened for colon cancer

Cops prevent suicide leap

Ancient Book of Esther inspires costumed merriment

Guide to local meetings

Pulled back from the brink

Policewoman stands tall

Green teens aims for sustainability

SEED program starts in DUMBO

Midwood hebrew school celebrates joys of Purim

Temple Beth Emeth Purim celebrations

Youngsters explore the natural world

P.S. 208 tackles the mechanics of science

Your guide to civic meetings

Felony crime ‘flat’, say police

Hynes raps MLB

Travel teams swing into action

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - Second  Team Center

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - Second Team Forward

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - Second Team Forward

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - Second Team Guard

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - First Team Center

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - First Team Forward

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - First Team Guard

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - COACH OF THE YEAR

PSAL All-Brooklyn boys’ basketball teams - PLAYER OF THE YEAR

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - Second Team Center

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - Second Team Forward

GAVEL TO GAVEL

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - Second Team Guard

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - First Team Center

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - First Team Forward

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - First Team Guard

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - COACH OF THE YEAR

PSAL All-Brooklyn girls’ basketball teams - PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Project Green launched

Sow some entertaining SEEDs this month

HeartShare Human Services annual gala and auction

Free business workshops this spring

‘Riley’ the newest ‘roo - Kids celebrate naming of zoo’s baby kangaroo

Crime-busters earn thanks and medals

POLICE BLOTTER

Canarsie Pk update

Guide to civic meetings

Timber! Just one parcel too many

Dewey demands end to cell ban

Friday, April 4, 2008

‘Gritty’ Bayside girls’ soccer pulls out win against rival Cardozo

It didn't look like the third game of the season. It didn't feel like the playoffs were still more than a month away. There were psyched players before, bodies hitting the floor during and tears afterward. Comment.

Queens salary growth second in nation

Queens workers saw their paychecks grow by an average of 12.7 percent from $783 to $883, outpaced only by Clayton County in Georgia, which saw a staggering 87 percent wage increase from $725 to $1,358, according to the report. Comment.

Student made bomb threat at St. John’s: DA

Police said a student who had previously been disciplined was arrested on a list of charges. Comment.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

CHSAA All-Queens boys’ basketball First Team

CHSAA All-Queens boys’ basketball Coach of the Year

Auburndale Soccer: Dragons fall to Farmingdale in LIJSL opener

VA upgrade plan angers vets

Man wounded in Woodhaven shooting

Powder causes brief scare at Bayside HS

37-year-old man shot to death in St. Albans

Cash stolen from shop in 32nd Ave. burglary

Man threw Molotov cocktails: Police

Ozone Park gunman shot, arrested by cops

Francis Lewis student started fire: Police

Police seek two men in Forest Hills robbery

Woman killed crossing LIC intersection

Police chase ends in East Elmhurst crash

Unidentified man found dead in Corona

Father arrested after beating son: Police

Kidnapped child returned

3 in Halloween assault go free

Armenians recall genocide

Velazquez offers free tax help

Nursery school registration open at Temple Emanuel and Israel

Franklin Hospital plans blood drive

Forum on No. 7 train planned

New Jamaica Hospital program needs volunteer caregivers

Green Urbanism symposium planned at LaGuardia CC

Cultural celebration raises funds

AG Cuomo sponsors vigil for victims of crime in New York

Fundraisers

Web drives Briarwood music label

Business Calendar

Crappy consultants

‘God damn Zimbabwe’

Repent, Shav, repent!

SEED season starts in DUMBO

Project Green revs up Earth Month

McGruff the crime dog is a howl in Brighton

Special Oprah ‘ambassadors’ come to town

GUEST OP-ED - Take action on the Teen Health Agenda

POLICE BLOTTER

Readers are leaders literacy challenge - Kids inspired to read more, ‘veg out’ less

McKinley Choir stays in harmony

Western Queens Community Calendar

Uh-oh...Guess that’s one package too many

Dewey: Lift the cell ban

Willets Point opportunity too big to pass up

TimesLedger unfair to Lewis coach

Southeast Queens Community Calendar

St. John’s dorm critics have self-serving motives

Eminent domain wrong for Willets Pt.

Peralta’s War on Pimps

Who’s a Rat?

Murder on the Rise

They Just Said ‘No’

A Big Yes for Congestion Pricing

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Duo busted in boro mail fraud

No charges in fire threat

Western Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Elmhurst Hospital gets grant for disabled

Bloomberg would endorse Monserrate against Sabini

QStage: Queens Theater Calendar

Sacred Heart rallies past St. Luke’s

Southeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

The St. John’s softball team fell to Louisville this Sunday at Ulmer Stadium on the campus of Louisville. St. John’s got off to a fast start. Kacee Cox blasted a shot over the left field fence for her fifth home run of the year and gave St. Jo

CHSAA All-Queens girls’ basketball Second Team

CHSAA All-Queens girl’s basketball Player of the Year

CHSAA All-Queens girls’ basketball First Team

CHSAA All-Queens girls’ basketball Coach of the Year

CHSAA All-Queens boys’ basketball Second Team

CHSAA All-Queens boys’ basketball Player of the Year

Northeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Marra, bats lead Bayside softball over Townsend Harris

Nicole Marra pitched a complete-game, two-hit shutout against Townsend Harris in the Bayside softball team's 7-0 win Wednesday afternoon in a Queens I-A game at home. The Commodores senior right-hander struck out 14 Hawks batters and walked only one. Comment.

Monday, March 31, 2008

Benefield testifies Sean Bell didn’t get into fight before shooting

Benefield, 24, took the stand Monday in the criminal trial of the three undercover officers who fired the most shots at him, Joseph Guzman, 32, and Bell hours before he was set to get married. Comment.

City Council likely to approve congestion pricing plan: Avella

According to Council Speaker Christine Quinn (D-Manhattan), the New York City Council's State and Federal Legislation Committee will vote on a home rule request to the state Legislature supporting a plan for congestion pricing, which will be immediately followed by a vote by the full council on the same home rule request. Comment.

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