Jamaica Times

Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011

Jamaica

Queens needs job seekers: Biz leaders

Top business leaders from all five boroughs gathered at York College Tuesday morning to discuss ways to spur job growth in New York, and the consensus was that education will play a key role in getting the unemployed back on their feet. Comment.
Jamaica Times

Molloy, Regis tied - again

When Archbishop Molloy and Regis walked off the pitch at Alley Pond Park in Glen Oaks, a familiar disappointment was etched across each side’s faces. Comment.

Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011

Laurelton

Richards plans to replace Sanders

Over the last eight years, Donovan Richards has moved his way up the political ladder under the guidance of City Councilman James Sanders (D-Laurelton) and now he is aiming for City Hall. Comment.

Friday, Oct. 7, 2011

Richmond Hill

SE Queens cops honored

Several police officers who patrol the streets of southeast Queens helped to catch several burglary suspects charged with breaking into residents’ homes and received top accolades last week for their heroics. Comment.

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

St. Albans

Meeks denies SE Queens Dems will oust him

--U.S. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-St. Albans) dismissed a published report that southeast Queens elected officials and U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-East Elmhurst), chairman of the Queens Democratic Party, met in secret to discuss replacing the Jamaica congressman. Comment.
Springfield Gardens

Feds arrest 2 in Spring. Gdns.

No one was hurt during a standoff between an armed, fugitive ex-convict and federal agents Monday at a Springfield Gardens house, the authorities said. Comment.
Rosedale

Rosedale murder suspect in video sought by police

ROSEDALE — Police have released a video of an individual they would like to question in connection with the murder of a Rosedale teen in Brooklyn last month. Comment.
Jamaica

York starts new soccer team

A women’s soccer team at York College is something that has been talked about by the school’s athletic staff for quite some time. What was lacking was an interest from the student body. Comment.

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