Forest Hills Ledger

Friday, June 19, 2009

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Ozone Pk. day care operator arrested

An Ozone Park woman who operated a day care center out of her home was arrested after an infant boy under her supervision died after falling into a bucket of water Monday, police said. Comment.
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Fallen Far Rockaway soldier mourned as a hero

Far Rockaway soldier Roberto Hernandez, killed two weeks ago in Afghanistan, was a man who his relatives and friends say lived by the values of courage, honor and service. Comment.
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Kew Gardens baker admits sex abuse: DA

The owner of a Kew Gardens Hills bakery pleaded guilty to molesting a 10-year-old boy who came into his store for cookies, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said last week. Comment.
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Forest Hills Hospital to investigate bias charges

Following complaints that Forest Hills Hospital has allegedly discriminated against its Russian-speaking Jewish patients and employees, the hospital has begun to investigate the matter, a hospital spokesman told Community Board 6 meeting last week. Comment.
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LIRR tone deaf: Residents

After more than a year of loud noise from passing trains made Forest Hills resident Anna Guasto feel like her sanity was slowly slipping away, the Long Island Rail Road has become more receptive to individuals’ concerns about the decreased quality of life, Guasto reported at last week’s Community Board 6 meeting. Comment.

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