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Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011

Editorial

Ten Years Later

As the city prepares for the 10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, a thousand pundits will ask the question: How far have we come since that terrible day? Comment.
Queens Village

Rockaway accountants moonlight as bakers

Jacqueline Binder-Lopez and her husband Edgar Lopez work as accountants at CUNY colleges, but their new business, Dolly’s Sweet Shop, showcases a talent once only known to Binder-Lopez’s family. Comment.
Astoria Times

Cops search for teen girl missing over three months

ELMHURST — Police have asked for the public’s help in finding a teenage girl who went missing more than three months ago in Elmhurst. Comment.
Flushing Times

Rikers inmate sues over pain from spider bite

RIKERS ISLAND — A drug dealer is suing Rikers Island after its medical staff allegedly misdiagnosed a debilitating spider bite he suffered while incarcerated at the prison, according to the New York Post. Comment.
Bayside Times

Cops on the hunt for boroughwide burglar

KEW GARDENS — Detectives from the Queens Robbery Squad have asked for help from the public in identifying the man wanted in connection with a string of 11 robberies throughout Queens. Comment.
Ridgewood

Woman sought by cops in Kew Gdns. burglary

KEW GARDENS — Police have sought the public’s assistance in finding and identifying the woman behind a burglary in Kew Gardens. Comment.
Laurelton

Elderly man, 76, robbed of $20 and check: Post

ST. ALBANS — Police were searching for a young man who robbed a 76-year-old man on a St. Albans street. Comment.

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