Thursday, June 30, 2005

U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley

Bloomberg and Miller agree to $50B budget

Villanueva picked by Toronto

The Bayside United Blazing Starz, a soccer team made up of girls from Whitestone, Bayside, College Point, and surrounding areas, earned not one title, but three major titles this season, The Starz are the only team out of 1,522 to do that in the Long

St. Anastasia’s wins CYO Bantam softball title

No more first downs for Ryan

TimesLedger PSAL Coach Of The Year: Glenn Beyer, John Adams

On the Mound: Learning the perks of pro baseball

14th ANNUAL NICK KATSOUNIS 10K RACE

Little Neck Demons end season with 3-0 win

On Saturday, The Kidz Inc. Blue Jays defeated the Greg’s Tire & Auto Angels 9-4, winning the International League Championship two games to one.

After a long, 18-game season the DiBiase Mason Contractors sponsored team held its trophy day Sunday.

DePhillips Athletic League: Raindew Family Center Blue Tigers win softball title

TimesLedger CHSAA Player of the Year: Richie Armento, St. Francis Prep

TimesLedger CHSAA Coach of the Year: Bro. Robert Kent, St. Francis Prep

Cards finish 2nd in tourney

The Butler Did It: Jimmy Ryan calls it a day

Bayside Little League: Stars shine in Bayside Little League’s early summer classic

Man, 45, found dead at Richmond Hill residence

Fresh Meadows man arrested in Woodside

Teens arrested in Kew Gardens Hills assault

LIRR brake problems delay NE Queens riders

Police looking for suspect in teen’s murder

Jackson Hgts. man charged with sexual abuse of patient

Faithful flock to Graham’s last crusade

Whitestone man imprisoned for stabbing wife’s ex-boyfriend

Fresh Meadows worker hurt in construction fall

Making do

Local Violin Virtuoso Begins Whirlwind Summer of Performances

Reading like queens

HEALTH & HELP

Astoria Park Waterfront concert series 2005

Those who worked for Totten neglected at ceremony

Help stop overcrowding in neighborhoods

Tests only make it appear that progress is made

City EMTs need protective gear

Help fund sexual assault forensics

A balancing act

A Bayside treasure

The Twilight Zone

Aiding and abetting

ON STAGE

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Hello, Is Anybody There? Swimming In Debris How ‘bout a 7-Up? Lame Concessions of Impotency Make Abbas a Weak Leader

Sunshine State Rounds Up the Usual Suspects

Hall of Famer Helps Dedicate New Dewey Athletic Field

Annual Midwood Mardi Gras

Rally For U.S. Soldiers

BWECC Meets to Resume In Sept.

St. James Lutheran Church to Hold Community Health Fair

Brooklyn South Youth Unity Day

Women’s Basketball Star Inspires Local Kids to Great Things

P.S. 195 Student Science Fair

City Council Hails Grime-Busting Kids

Remembering Those Who Never Came Home

High-Way Dems Hit the Road, Find New Home

Summer Signals the End of St. Thomas Aquinas

East 34th Street Block Association Hails Its Finest

Kids Flip For P.S. 230 Fundraiser

Safety-Conscious Kids Warn of the Dangers of Lead Poisoning

P.S. 315 Takes Sports Challenge

Crime-Busters Gear Up For National Night Out Against Crime

Area Graffiti Vandals Feel the Pinch

Rally For U.S. Troops

Your Guide to Neighborhood Civic Meetings

Mom, Dad And the Kids Revel with the Cops

Thanks, Kids: CNR Adult Day Health Care Center Hails Students

Residents Ask:What Are These, Roadways Or Raceways? Exclusive Interview With City Economic Chief

High-Way Dems Hit the Road, And Find New Home

Seaview Jewish Center Events And Programs

Area Youngsters Spin Tall Tales

Man, That’s a Lot of Weed!

Suspect Nabbed In Anti-Gay Attack

Dist.18 CEC Meet

Jazz Plus Concerts

Car Insurance And Recycling Complaints Mount

Gadzooks! Shakespearean Days At McKinley Ctr.

More Than An Apple For These Top Teachers

‘Locks’ of Love For Tony the Barber

Xaverian Varsity Basketball Squad Enjoys Limelight

Bloomberg Launches New Campaign HQ

McKinley School Spotlights Student Talent

Desperate Search For Missing Man

Youngsters Make Heights the Tops

Monday, June 27, 2005

Cyclones Opener: ‘A Coney Island of the Baseball Mind’

Prognosis Excellent As CIH Opens New Pavilion

New Home For High-Way Dems

Literacy Is the Crowned King of Public School 52

8th Annual Michael Hanly Memorial Run Is a Hit

S’head Bay Seawall: Sound Or Sinking Fast?

Rally for U.S. Troops

St. James to Hold Neighborhood Health Fair

Friends, Family Gather Around Abbate

The Art of Learning - Public School 52 Style!

Community Dedicates ‘Rita Blau Way’ to 9/11 Victim

Outstanding New Class of Nurses Ready to Offer Care

BWECC Reschedules June Meet

Pro Hoopster Inspires Kids

Desperate Search For  Missing Man

Parades And Pageantry Mark Brooklyn Day 2005

Bklyn Children’s Museum Closes For Repairs

Bklyn’s ASA Institute Debuts New Learning Center

Spring Makes Moody Kids Beam

Whiz Kids Tackle Scientific Quandaries

Seniors Connect With Pols For Life-Saving Connections

Cavallaro Kids ‘Present Pennies For Patients’

Seth Low High Steppers Put On a Show-Stopper

Read All About It: Kids Offer Hope For Journalism’s Future

Hall of Famer Helps Dedicate Dewey’s New Field

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