Jamaica Times

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Queens Village

Queens Village man charged with murder

A Queens Village sex offender was charged with murder after he allegedly beat his girlfriend to death in their 214th Street home, police said. Comment.
Laurelton

146th St. named for Gadsden

Springfield Gardens residents paid homage last weekend to their former “mayor” who led a fight to prevent the neighborhood from becoming a commercial zone in the 1960s and dedicated years of service to his community. Comment.
Laurelton

Nunes to challenge Huntley for Senate

Nearly a year after he came close to knocking out City Councilman Thomas White (D-South Ozone Park) from his seat in the 2009 Democratic primary, Lynn Nunes announced he will be throwing his hat into the political ring again this year. Comment.
Laurelton

New pharmacy opens its doors in Laurelton

A new pharmacy in Laurelton promises to not only fill out prescriptions and sell soda but also help out southeast Queens’s growing commercial area and neighborhood leaders said they are happy for the new community member. Comment.
Laurelton

Queens gardeners offered tips at Jamaica workshop

Queens amateur gardeners got a chance to make their thumbs greener this week with a special course aimed at improving their crops. Comment.

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