Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008

Holy Cross avoids Stanner stunner

Holy Cross may be playing nationally ranked Archbishop Mitty (Ca.) on national television in Springfield, Mass., on Monday night. But Friday, the Knights got all they could handle from CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens rival Archbishop Molloy. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 18, 2008

Three cheers: Torres’ three threes in third propel Lewis

Mike Eisenberg calls Julianne Torres his most aggressive player - and for a freshman, that's a rare trait. The 5-foot-5 guard certainly proved her coach right against Grand Street Campus on Friday afternoon. Comment.

Mail truck slams into fire engine, injuring seven

As it was trying to break to the loud sound of sirens, the mail truck traveling westbound on North Conduit Avenue slammed into the FDNY truck as it raced northbound on 225th Street to a fire, according to police and eyewitnesses. The postal truck, which had the green light, according to police, hit the rear of the firetruck and sent it spinning it into the backyard of a nearby house. Comment.

Suspect makes first New York court appearance in Forest Hills shooting

Mikhail Mallayev, 50, of Georgia, pled not guilty to charges of second-degree murder in the killing of Daniel Malakov. Malakov was shot twice in the chest by an unidentified gunman Oct. 28 as he took his daughter, Michelle, to Annadale Playground on Yellowstone Boulevard and 64th Road to visit his ex-wife, Dr. Mazoltuv Borukhova. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008

Sutton, Murphy lead St. Fidelis to overtime win

Mulroy’s three goals lead McClancy hockey over CK

Clutch Carman leads TMLA

Blau Weiss Gottschee: Rasizzi scores lone goal for Under-7 boys

College Round-Up: St. John’s Prep grads honored in CUNYAC

Dragons start fast, succumb to Heat

York workshop to aid businesses

SE Queens serial rapist strikes again: Report

Sen. Huntley sponsors annual winter coat drive

Driver flees crash of asbestos truck: Cops

Police ID suspects in Jamaica robbery

Police find man shot to death in basement

Black Nissan linked to Bayside phone thefts

Police seek suspect in Briarwood bank rob

Guv cites subprime crisis in speech

Lunar New Year may lack 7 train

Ed Jawin, Bronze Star recipient and Douglaston civic leader, dies

Cell towers removed from St. Mel’s school

Ex-New Hyde Park soldier killed by roadside bomb

Beep focuses on development

College Point aircraft parts maker lands $4 million in city aid

Queens Zoo is seeking volunteers to give tours, help with events

St. John’s Hospital seeks volunteers

StoryCorps seeks contributors for 9/11 memorial

Volunteers needed for nursing home outreach

New Consumer Debt Clinic to Open

Fidelis announces new network providers

Fundraisers

A bit of happiness formed in clay

P.S. 112 STUDENTS GIVE SEABROOK WARM RECEPTION

Students at P.S. 112 - The Bronxwood School - just got a whole lot cooler after a $500,000 allocation courtesy of Councilman Larry Seabrook. Comment.

PB YOUTH DISRUPT LIBRARY

Library staff, customers and local residents have had enough after a five-year struggle with crowds of unsupervised children who have been causing trouble in and around the Pelham Bay Library. Comment.

RAIDERS CRUSH RAVENS

REF’S CALL SAVES LEHMAN’S GAME

With 11.5 seconds left in a January 8 game at Monroe, Lehman picked up a 68-66 lead off of two successful Mohammed Ali free throws, but the Eagles were not about to let the game slip away. Comment.

POLICE SEEK ASSISTANCE IN BANK ROBERY SUSPECT’S ARREST

Police are turning to the public for help in nabbing a bank robbery suspect. Comment.

20 SCHOOLS MAKE THE GRADE

PARENTS, STAFF PROTEST DAY CARE CENTER CLOSING

On the last day of operation for the Lucille Murray Child Development Center, parents, staff and community officials held an all-day vigil on Friday, January 11, to protest a move they see as unnecessary and damaging to over 200 young children and their families. Comment.

BRONX ACTRESS SHINES

ANGELS BACK TO KEEP WATCH

After a slew of off-campus robberies, Fordham University students have contacted the familiar red beret crime patrolling Guardian Angels, not just for peace of mind but for an education on how to protect themselves from future crimes. Comment.

POLICE SEARCH FOR ASSAULT SUSPECTS

Police are looking for two suspects wanted in a violent attack of an unidentified man earlier this month in the 41st Precinct. Comment.

ADDAMS STREAK HITS 12

It was all on the line for Elsie Ndema. Comment.

BACKYARD MED FACILITY BLASTED

Dozens of Pelham Parkway residents have joined together in an attempt to stop a medical facility from rising in their backyards, literally. Comment.

BOYS’ HOOPS ROUNDUP

Gompers 102 Comment.

$100 BRIBE TO AVOID FINE MAY SEND LANDLORD TO JAIL

A Castle Hill landlord who attempted to bribe an undercover Department of Investigations official posing as a City Housing Preservation and Development code enforcement inspector now faces seven years behind bars. Comments (1).

TEEN CANCER SURVIVOR FEATURED IN VIDEO

After battling blood cancer for nearly three years, one University Heights teenager has teamed with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to help educate other kids about the disease and promote fundraising to aid research. Comment.

MSG TO CONTINUE HOSTING PSAL HOOPS TITLE GAMES

Despite a highly publicized brawl that took place during last year Comment.

FORDHAM STREET DEVELOPER UNVEILS CITY ISLAND ESTATES

The third time may be a charm for the development of a 5.4-acre site on Fordham Street on City Island. Comment.

PHOENIX WINS IN OT SCARE

Despite a band, cheerleaders, a step team and a raucous crowd at Columbus High School on January 9, South Bronx was able to come back from an 11-point deficit in the 3rd quarter to pick up an 86-81 thrilling overtime victory and remain tied with Gompers (9-2) atop the Bronx A East Division. Comment.

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS

MTA Metro-North Railroad and the New York City Department of Transportation have designed improvements at the Spuyten Duyvil Station to allow more space for bus queues and to improve the general traffic flow on Edsall Avenue. Comment.

STAR BOXING’S CARD TAKES SHAPE

The card for Punchin at the Paradise 8 on January 31, at the Paradise Theater is starting to take shape and according to Star Boxing promoter Joe DeGuardia, Bronx fight fans are in for a real treat to kick off a New Year of fights in the borough. Comment.

CUE LOUNGE RACKS UP FOR ALZHEIMER’S POETRY PROJECT

Managing partner of The New Cue Lounge, Joe Parzanese, vowed to use his establishment at 1107 Gun Hill Road as a venue for change. Now, after two years of extensive renovation he is. Comment.

HOME DEPOT TO OPEN IN LATE FEBRUARY

As the finishing touches of the Home Depot at Brush Avenue and Bruckner Boulevard are being applied, nearby homeowners are preparing themselves for what they expect to be a surge in traffic. Comment.

DOC’S LAST HOUSE CALL

In 1951, the average home cost $16,000, gas was $.20, the New York Yankees beat the New York Giants in the World Series and doctors made house visits. Comment.

GIRLS’ HOOPS ROUNDUP

Columbus 45 Comment.

SCHOOL TO HOST GOLDEN GLOVES

Archimedes Academy @ I.S. 174, at 456 White Plains Road, is the first New York City public school to host a Golden Gloves event in the event Comment.

MAYOR, COMPTROLLER SET FERRY PT. RFP

There is a light at the end of the tunnel giving Bronxites a glimmer of hope, as it anticipates the completion of the 222-acre Ferry Point Golf Course. Comment.

INTERNET CAFE GETS RE-FUNDED

Soundview and Castle Hill teens will now have more technology at their fingertips thanks to Congressman Joseph Crowley. Comment.

47 TAG NAMES POSTED

For the third consecutive year, the 45th Precinct has released the names and addresses of non-juveniles arrested for graffiti-related crimes over the last year. Comment.

PROPOSED ZULETTE TRAFFIC CHANGE DIVIDES COMMUNITY

Concerned community members showed a clear division of support during a public hearing Monday night that discussed options for a proposal, which would change Zulette Avenue, between Jarvis and Hobart avenues, from a 2-way to a 1-way street, going north toward the newly constructed Waterbury Estates. Comment.

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McGlynn resigns as Molloy girls’ basketball coach

John McGlynn, the second-year head coach of the Archbishop Molloy girls' basketball team, resigned Wednesday, the TimesLedger has learned. The players were informed yesterday and former head JV coach Dom Cecala will replace McGlynn starting at practice today, according to athletic director Mike McCleary. Comment.

Man accused of killing dentist to return to queens

Issuing a special extradition warrant, Gov. Eliot Spitzer requested that Mikhail Mallayev return to Queens Criminal Court to face charges of second-degree murder in the October shooting of Dr. Daniel Malkov, a Dekalb County DA spokeswoman said. A Georgia judge approved the warrant during a special hearing at the DeKalb County Court House Monday morning. Comment.

Spitzer’s education plan will be boon to CUNY

Feb. 5 is key for boro’s young Dems

Teachers deserve parking permits

Low-cost alternatives could fix congestion pricing

Spitzer should investigate new St. John’s dorm planning

Western Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Animal-rights groups oppose carriages

Gang Busters

Queens Sets the Pace

Beware of Simple Answers

Ackerman’s Dilemma

QStage: Queens Theater Calendar

Weiner praises congestion alternatives

Vallone bill makes grocers recycle bags

115th Precinct welcomes new Commanding Officer John Lavelle

Southeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Franny Lew aids foreign guests

Northeast Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008

Gil, McDonald help Lane tackle first-place Newtown

Argelix Gil and Ka Von McDonald didn't spend too much time on the hardwood this fall. They were too busy on the gridiron. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 14, 2008

MTA report cards to rate buses next

"We plan to begin distribution of our report cards to the bus system sometime in the spring," said Transit Authority President Howard Roberts, who spoke at a City Council hearing Thursday. Comment.

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