Forest Hills Ledger

Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Turn Shops at Atlas Park into community center

The Shops at Atlas Park mall have not received an auspicious beginning. Almost from the time they opened their doors, the local media started adopting a bipolar attitude. Comments (2)

Sunday, July 28, 2013


Woman dies in Woodhaven crash: Police

WOODHAVEN — A North Massapequa, L.I., woman died after the vehicle she was driving struck a light pole in Woodhaven, police said. Comment

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Forest Hills Gardens

Two arrested in late-night Forest Hills robbery

Two women were arrested earlier this month in connection with a Forest Hills robbery, the Queens district attorney said. Comments (5)

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Friday, July 26, 2013

Forest Hills

Forest Hills moviehouse gets makeover

Business is heating up for the newest Buffalo Wild Wings in New York City. Comment

Pipeline plan stirs debate

Despite increasing opposition, energy companies National Grid and Williams Transco are moving forward to build a 3.2-mile-long pipeline that would increase the supply of natural gas in Brooklyn and Queens. A number of local groups and individuals are against the project, citing safety hazards and concerns for the environment. Comment

Q31, Q77 and M train to see increased service

Three years ago, the MTA was in such financial straits that it had to shut down or curtail dozens of bus and subway lines in Queens and other parts of the city. Comment
Breezy Point

Charities failed to disburse all Sandy aid: AG

Just 58 percent of the money raised for Hurricane Sandy victims has been spent, according to a report released by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Comment

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Ozone Park

Ozone Park livery driver found guilty of killing of drunk passenger: DA

An Ozone Park man faces a sentence of 25 years in prison after he was convicted of robbing and murdering a man in August of 2010, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said. Comment
Kew Gardens

Public paid to repair statue of Civic Virtue

Taxpayers shelled out $100,000 to clean the exiled Triumph of Civic Virtue statue and help move it from its perch outside Borough Hall to a private cemetery in Brooklyn late last year, city contracts show. Comments (1)
Forest Hills

Man assaulted woman near her home: Police

FOREST HILLS — Police were searching for a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault in Forest Hills. Comment

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