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Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009


Crowley’s new Council post carries steep learning curve

At 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 4, Elizabeth Crowley (D−Middle Village) was at a crossroads. After three months of campaigning and a full day of watching the numbers from the polls, she made the call to her campaign manager that would reveal whether she had won or lost the election to the 30th City Council District seat in her third bid for the office. Comment
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Attorneys pick jury in Forest Hills slay trial

Before a long jury selection process began in the murder trial of two Bukharian Uzbek relatives accused of murdering a Forest Hills dentist in cold blood, prosecutors revealed another piece of evidence that further implicates one of the defendants. Comment
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City Planning OKs rezoning for Austin St.

The creation of a new Forest Hills Special District is one step closer to becoming a reality with a vote by the City Planning Commission last week to approve plans for new zoning regulations along portions of Queens Boulevard and Austin Street. Comment

Monday, Feb. 2, 2009


Crowley sworn in to City Council

The third time was the charm for City Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley (D−Middle Village). Comment

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Howard Beach, Ridgewood, Bayside schools get new role

Douglaston’s St. Anastasia School is one of three city Catholic schools chosen by the Brooklyn diocese under a proposed refiguration to become an academy this fall, the school’s assistant principal said. Comment
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Accused gunman confronted dentist day before murder: NYPD

The man accused of gunning down a Forest Hills dentist in front of his daughter attempted to assault the Uzbek immigrant a day before he was shot, according to a police report revealed Wednesday. Comment

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