Little Neck Ledger

Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009

Little Neck Ledger

Douglaston man chases thieves leaving home

Police said they arrested a 29−year−old Bronx woman Friday shortly after a Douglaston man allegedly witnessed her and two other burglars leaving his home on Douglas Road and chased after them. Comment.
Little Neck Ledger

Queens’ top chef signs books

Television chef and restaurant owner Lidia Bastianich dished up a few of her culinary creations and signed copies of her latest book Sunday at the Douglaston Club. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 2, 2009

Little Neck Ledger

North Shore Towers residents receive crash course on safe investing

In light of the $50 billion Ponzi scheme allegedly perpetrated by Queens native Bernard Madoff, the shareholders association at North Shore Towers hosted a presentation last Wednesday by a representative from state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s office to advise them on how to protect their investments. Comment.
Little Neck Ledger

Glen Oaks tenants look for answers to blackout

The president of Glen Oaks Village said Con Edison has inadequately addressed the co−op’s electricity issues after a blackout last week caused 16 boilers to fail and temperatures at most of the apartments fell to the upper 50s. Comment.

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