Sunday, Jan. 13, 2008

Still the King: CK girls stifle upstart Molloy

It was supposed to be a game between two teams going in opposite directions. The Archbishop Molloy girls' basketball team, with its smattering of solid youngsters and senior leaders, was the vogue pick to make noise in CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens this season. Christ the King was billed as the teetering giant, coming off its first loss in the Catholic state tournament in almost two decades. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

No. 7 line moves up service interruptions

Additionally, all No. 7 service will be suspended between the Main Street and Woodside-61 Street stations for at least five weekends, Jan. 12 - 14, Jan. 19 - 21, Jan. 26 - 28, Feb. 2 - 4, and Feb. 9 - 11. The service will suspended at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday and resume at 5 a.m. on Monday, the MTA said. Comment.

Jamaica man killed near Chelsea club

Brione Schneider, 32, of Inwood Street, was shot in the back a block away from the club Stereo, located at 512 W. 29th St., after getting into a fight with an unidentified patron on Jan 9. shortly before 4 a.m., according to police. Schneider, who was at the club with his brother, according to investigators, was rushed to St. Vincent's Medical Center and pronounced dead nearly an hour later. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008

Snows gets revenge on Lourdes with 33-22 victory at PS 191

Four-goal effort lifts Gottschee Under-7 boys

Pena leads CK over Ford

Dragons rout Merrick at new Cunningham facility

Historic Jamaica grave site gets grant

Far Rock man raped woman: Cops

N. Shore Playwrights mark 5 years, welcome members

A City in Flux

Western Queens Community Calendar

Southeast Queens Community Calendar

Western Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

QStage: Queens Theater Calendar

Southeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Northeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

224th St. home invasion burglars sought: Cops

Two-alarm Jamaica fire injures 8 firefighters

Police seeking suspect in vehicle break-in

Teenager shot to death outside apartments

Goods stolen, watchman attacked on Astoria Blvd.

Two women arrested in armed robbery: Police

Men arrested for fight after car accident: Cops

Four busted in sneaker counterfeit case: Cops

Man blocked police car, attacked officer: Cops

No. 7 to be shut 3 weekends

Queens moms give birth to 2008’s first babies

City to punish water bill delinquents

Silver wants $180M in subprime aid

CB 11 nixes day care center

Daring Kew Gdns. rescue

MAYOR COMMITS TO FP GOLF COURSE

By the time it is open to Bronxites, the 222-acre Ferry Point Golf Course would have taken over a decade to complete and have struggled through serious financial over runs. Comment.

WEST INDIAN RESTAURANT EXPANDS DINING ROOM

Got a craving for something exotic? Ox tail, Fried Snapper and Bungie Duck are coming up. Comment.

KENNEDY KEEPS EYES ON THE PRIZE

The Lady Knights of John F. Kennedy High School showed they mean business this year when they beat the Midwood Hornets, 42-32, at York College on January 6 during the PSAL Mid-Winter Basketball Classic. Comment.

LEDER TO RETIRE IN JUNE

Despite an outpouring of support from his students, colleagues, parents and community, beloved Lehman High School principal Robert Leder has signed papers for his retirement as the Department of Education remains unconvinced of his innocence in a recent overtime-pay scandal. Comment.

PEPSI WORKSITE RUNNING SMOOTHLY

BUILDER BUYS ASTOR AVE. LOT

FIRST BRONX BABY OF 2008

As millions of people crammed close together in Times Square to join in celebration of a new year, a much smaller crowd shared an intimate celebration of new life at Lincoln Hospital. Comment.

S. BLVD BID IS BX

The Bronx started off its new year with the addition of its fifth Business Improvement District at Southern Boulevard. Comment.

BOYS’ B-BALL ROUNDUP

But the second half would be an entirely different story, as South Bronx Comment.

49TH CLOTHES NY, CA WITH RECORD-BREAKING COLLECTIONS

The holiday season may have ended but the good cheer brought by community members of the 49th Precinct will ring much longer, local cops say. Comment.

A RIVALRY IS BORN: LADY JAGS STRUGGLE IN CCHS WIN

A look of sadness overcame the Lady Jaguars despite winning an away game against Columbus, 51-46, on Thursday, January 3. Comment.

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS

The Castle Hill Library, 947 Castle Hill Avenue, will hold hands-on computer classes on Mondays from 10 a.m. to noon. Pre-registration is required. Class size is limited to eight. Call (718) 824-3838 to register. Comment.

TNLL SWINGS FOR CHILDREN

CYCLING RESURGENCE POSSIBLE AS GAS NEARS $4 PER GALLON

Tito Santiago leaned over the checkout counter on a recent Saturday afternoon and stared out at East Tremont Avenue, visible through the front windows at the other end of his narrow store, the Castle Hill Bike Shop. Comment.

CONSTRUCTION-DAMAGE DISPUTE ON BRUSH AVENUE

A Home Depot construction project has left one neighbor feeling a bit shaken. Comment.

BSA APPROVES DAYTOP PLAN

Months after initial news of a Daytop Village facility expansion on Halperin Avenue broke, work at the site has remained at a standstill. Comment.

DEP REPAIRS OVERFLOWING SEWERS ON FILLMORE ST.

After recent inclement weather, Morris Park Avenue merchants stretching from White Plains Road to Fillmore Street were in for a wet commute to work as three sewers and manholes overflowed, froze and caused quite a chill for one business owner in particular. Comment.

FIRE DESTROYS 4 BUSINESSES

A bustling part of the Pelham Bay commercial shopping district was brought to a standstill on Thursday, January 3, just after midday, by a 3-alarm fire in a two-story commercial property. Comment.

MATTHEWS AVE. APARTMENT FIRE INJURES THREE

Local firefighters rushed to the scene of an Allerton six-story apartment building last week after a fire broke out in a fourth floor apartment and left three people injured. Comment.

49TH PCT. FOOD DRIVE COLLECTS 3,000 DONATIONS

Members of the 49th Precinct were touched by the generous donations received for their annual food drive this year, which tallied up record-breaking numbers. Comment.

MYSTERY FUMES FUME TEACHERS

Several teachers at a school in Longwood have been left with what they say are debilitating health concerns after a mystery gas infiltrated the school this past fall. Comment.

GIRLS’ B-BALL ROUNDUP

Truman 48 Comment.

FORDHAM PREP WINS HAYES

Fordham Prep would go on to win both the varsity and freshman divisions at the annual track meet. Comment.

ZULETTE AVENUE TRAFFIC PROPOSAL RAISES CONCERNS

A lack of specifics in a proposal, which would change Zulette Avenue, between Jarvis and Hobart avenues, from a 2-way to a 1-way street, going north toward Waterbury Estates, has left residents with a lot of questions and concerns. Comment.

New Consumer Debt Clinic to Open

Three for all: Walsh’s barrage leads Francis Lewis to revenge

Jane Walsh is a dead-eye shooter. But usually her long-range marksmanship is isolated to practice and practice alone. Comment.

Don’t make me pay for the Yankees

Gary Ackerman is anti-Christian

Doing the right thing during Glen Oaks lockdown

Coverage highlighted flooding problem

Cool cell phone gabbing, in restaurants

‘They’re Human Beings’

Worth Rebuilding

Another gun nightmare

Stop the Madness

Get the Guns

Business Calendar

Baby Christina and rescuers get college fund from Monserrate

Hip coffee joint opens in Astoria

Cops seek busy Astoria bank robber

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