Forest Hills Ledger

Monday, Aug. 6, 2012

Woodhaven

Woodhaven couple gets summer surprise from ’90s rapper

A young couple’s backyard is getting iced this summer — and they are thrilled. Comments (1).
Breezy Point

Work to close one lane in both directions on Cross Bay

For the rest of the summer, one lane will be closed in each direction most Saturdays on the Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge for work related to the $17 million project to rehabilitate the concrete piers beneath the bridge. Comments (1).

Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012

Broad Channel

Turner gets out Buckley vote

Legislation to change the name of a Queens wildlife center in honor of a former U.S. senator from New York passed the House of Representatives, but it is still a long way from being a wildly popular idea. Comments (1).
Middle Village

Christ the King’s Severe filling Calhoun’s shoes

Jon Severe hears it all the time. Everyone, from friends to classmates and even opponents, ask him how it feels to be the one who will be taking the bulk of shots next year for Christ the King. Comment.

Friday, Aug. 3, 2012

Howard Beach

Koch backs Joe Addabbo in Senate race

An incumbent state senator running for re-election in his seat representing Queens gained a vocal ally in a surprise endorsement earlier this month. Comment.

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012

Middle Village

Queens Dems kick Elizabeth Crowley off district leader ballot

The Queens Democratic Party settled some family business last week. Comment.
Maspeth

Eatery owner rebuilds after fire

Sitting under a tent in a makeshift office outside his restaurant, George O’Neill still hears the sirens and alarms that awakened him on the morning of the fire. Comment.
Ridgewood

Ridgewood group sees state funds fade

With its state member item funds gone and city cash quickly fading away, the Greater Ridgewood Restoration Corp. is cutting staff hours and shrinking services, but the nonprofit remains hopeful that it can remain a viable resource to the community. Comment.
Middle Village

CK junior helps secure title

Kollyns Scarbrough gave everyone a glimpse in March of what may come in the near future — including herself. Comment.

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