Forest Hills Ledger

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Middle Village

Homeowner draws ire of residents in MidVill

On a well-maintained row of houses in Middle Village, there’s one residence that stands out — for all the wrong reasons. Comment.
Howard Beach

Cops need people’s help to ID boro bank robber

HOWARD BEACH — The NYPD was looking for the public’s help in identifying one man wanted in connection to a bank robbery within the 106th precinct. Comment.
I Sit and Look Out

Always take what political saviors say with a grain of salt

At some time in my education in city public schools, either at JHS 73 in Maspeth or Newtown High School, I heard the phrase “the Man on the White Horse.” Comment.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Howard Beach

Funeral held for Howard Beach subway victim

A young Howard Beach resident was laid to rest Thursday less than a week after he was struck and killed by a subway train, and a 33-year-old man has been charged with attempted assault in his death, police said. Comment.
Maspeth

St. Savior’s time is running out

A Maspeth church needs a prayer for salvation. Comment.
Ridgewood

Speedy Ridgewood students race toward healthy lifestyle

Youngsters from PS 305 in Ridgewood burned rubber and chased down their fitness dreams at the New York Road Runners Youth Jamboree — having fun and getting fit along the way. Comments (1).

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Howard Beach

Man from Howard Beach struck by train dies: Cops

HOWARD BEACH — A verbal dispute resulted in the death of a Howard Beach man, who was struck and killed by a northbound train at the Bedford Avenue station in Brooklyn, police said. Comment.
Rockaway Park

Glaz gives it her all in loss

ALBANY — Jessica Glaz was fouled and landed hard hip first on the ball in the fourth quarter. She was on the ground for a minute, writhing in pain. But the Scholars Academy sophomore refused to come out of the game. Never mind that her team was facing an insurmountable deficit. Comment.

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