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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Flushing

Teen in fight, receives broken jaw: Police

FLUSHING — Police want to question six men in connection with the assault of three teenagers in Flushing. Comment
Letters

City must show respect for the dead at Old Towne

As the co-chairman of the Olde Towne of Flushing Burial Ground Conservancy, I am writing to you to ask for your assistance with a crucial issue facing the 19th-century cemetery. Comment

Monday, April 16, 2012

Flushing

New guidebook helps boro Koreans find help

Korean-speaking immigrants will have an easier time understanding what services they are entitled to after a new guide was jointly released by the city and a nonprofit group. Comment

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Letters

Work to make America better

As 2012 continues and the presidential election campaign begins to really ratchet up, is our nation’s economy really beginning to improve? Comment

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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Jamaica Estates

Red Storm recruits Bedova

Humble as he is talented, Danny Bedoya was reluctant to accept that a single signature put him in a class by himself. Comment

Friday, April 13, 2012

Jamaica Estates

Blaze ends Cooking with Jazz for Queens chef

A unique eatery pairing music and food will play its last chord and boil its last crawfish April 22 after the owner decided the stress was not worth the cost. Comment
Flushing

City mediates grave damage

Members of a Flushing house of worship met with a developer and the city Monday morning to answer lingering questions about how much of a historically marked cemetery was disturbed by construction crews last month. Comment
Kew Gardens Hills

Kew Gardens Hills woman reported missing

KEW GARDENS HILLS — Police were asking for the public’s assistance in locating an elderly woman, who was reported missing from Kew Gardens Hills. Feng Huang, 82, was last seen leaving her home at about 7:30 a.m. Monday, according to police. Comment
The Civic Scene

Civics fight Mormon church variance for 33rd Ave. chapel

A member of the Jamaica Estates Safety and Security Task Force, Bill Murray, has reached out to neighborhood civic associations to ascertain techniques which can be used to better protect the community from criminal activities. Comment

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Fresh Meadows

Police search for man who groped 11-year-old girl in Fresh Meadows

Police in the 107th Precinct were looking for a man who sexually assaulted a little girl in Fresh Meadows, the NYPD said. Comment
Flushing

Delta breaks ground on new LaGuardia project

One of the country’s busiest airports is about to get even busier. Comment
Flushing

Flushing Commons talks revealed in e-mails

On the heels of what appeared to be a fund-raising trip to Asia, the developers of Flushing Commons are back in Queens and in the process of inking contract deals for the $850 million downtown project. Comment
Fresh Meadows

Muni-Meter reform should help business

The rush to the Muni-Meter is over. Comment
Flushing

Francis Lewis graduate shines on ‘American Idol’ stage

As the first Korean-American to make the finals for Season 11 of Fox’s “American Idol,” 22-year-old Flushing resident Heejun Han’s journey to fame began with an audition in Pittsburgh back in January, when he belted out Michael Bolton’s version of “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You?” Comment
Flushing

Lancman outlines platform

State Assemblyman Rory Lancman (D-Fresh Meadows) recently sat down with TimesLedger Newspapers to discuss his campaign for Congress and outline some of the issues he would tackle in Washington, D.C., if he should win a four-way primary in June and then defeat a Republican challenger in November. Comment

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Flushing

Mets’ Opening Day brings eclectic crowd to Citi Field

Several Queens politicians attended Opening Day last week, but not everyone got a front-row seat for the Amazin’s’ win. Comment

Monday, April 9, 2012

Flushing

Lancman blasts new candidate as ‘party hack’

State Assemblyman Rory Lancman not only called Jeff Gottlieb’s entrance into the Democratic race for the Queens congressional seat “a sham,” but said the Queens Democratic Party and its chosen candidate were both responsible for trying to siphon votes away from him. Comment

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