Little Neck Ledger

Monday, July 9, 2012

Letters

Prez right on young immigrants

The Obama administration has announced the halting of the deportations of young undocumented immigrants and allowing some to be granted work permits. While this is far from a complete amnesty, it is a step in the right direction toward fixing a dysfunctional and broken immigration system. Comments (2).

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Little Neck

Little Neck Titans celebrate almost perfect soccer season

The girls of the U16 Little Neck Titans celebrated an almost perfect season, kicking their way through a 4-0 victory over the Northport Cow Harbor team last month to earn their second Long Island Junior Soccer League division title. Comment.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

On Point

Co-op, condo owners will suffer due to legislators’ failure

Co-op and condominium owners were abandoned and dealt a blow by politicians when the state Legislature adjourned before midnight June 21 without enacting vitally needed legislation for these working-class communities. Comment.

Friday, July 6, 2012

Douglaston

Douglaston farmers market brings fresh back

Don’t be fooled by its size. Comments (1).

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Douglas Manor

Bayside boy drowns in Douglas Manor pool

A 4-year-old Queens boy drowned in a relative’s pool early Wednesday evening during a Fourth of July gathering, police said. Comments (8).
Bellerose

Dunkin’ Donuts robber hit 2 other biz: Police

BELLEROSE — A suspect wanted in connection with a robbery at a Dunkin’ Donuts on Hillside Avenue struck again in two more robberies, according to police. Comment.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Glen Oaks

Special needs Little League to continue next year

The Glen Oaks Little League Challenger Division for Special Needs Children is gearing up for another spring season next year for children with physical and mental challenges. Comment.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Douglas Manor

Douglas Manor tops state’s dirtiest waters

Last year was a bad one for city beaches, but none were ranked higher than Douglas Manor in health standard violations, according to a recent report by the National Resources Defense Council. Comment.
Bellerose

Neighbors blast Creedmoor for area problems

Residents near the Creedmoor Psychiatric Campus in Bellerose say the state-owned property is a magnet for all sorts of unwanted visitors and unscrupulous activities, and neither the police nor campus security can seem to get the situation under control. Comments (3).

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