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Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013

Ozone Park

Ozone Park HS gets $5K for engineering

An influx of money will help an Ozone Park school engineer some higher learning. Comment

Monday, Jan. 28, 2013

Howard Beach

Addabbo bill would give Sandy victims tax relief

A newly formed bipartisan task force is taking aim at Hurricane Sandy’s collateral damage as it looks to give property owners a tax break. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013

Editorial

Bus Drivers Are Not Selfish Thugs

Since they went on strike just over a week ago, the city’s school bus drivers have been vilified by the media and political leaders who said the “selfish drivers” were “holding the children hostage.” Comment

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Letters

Nix plan for FMCP soccer stadium

In terms of taking parkland for private interests, I remember helping to get citizens to sign petitions against Donald Mannes’ project for putting a racetrack in Flushing Meadow Corona Park. Comment

Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013

Rockaway Beach

LIPA needs change: Panel

Almost three months after the Rockaways were plunged into darkness for weeks following the wrath of Hurricane Sandy, a commission investigating the ability of the Long Island Power Authority, the peninsula’s main supplier of power, to deal with devastating storms found the utility is severely dysfunctional with little oversight and in desperate need of change. Comment
Howard Beach

Far Rock man dies when car slams into tree

HOWARD BEACH — A Far Rockaway man died Saturday after striking a tree near South Conduit and Linden boulevards in Howard Beach, police said. Comment

Friday, Jan. 25, 2013

Howard Beach

Some Cross Bay shops gone for good

Although many businesses on Cross Bay Boulevard in Howard Beach have reopened after sustaining extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy, at least one national chain has permanently left the strip with others weighing whether to follow suit and some smaller shops saying they still have hurdles to clear. Comment
Rego Park

Jewish population grows in Queens

The Jewish population in the Forest Hills, Rego Park and Kew Gardens areas has grown by 37 percent since 2002, making it home to one of the fastest-growing Jewish communities in the New York metropolitan region, according to a new report from a prominent Jewish nonprofit group. Comment
Ridgewood

Union walks the line as bus strike persists

City bus drivers who feel the mayor left them out in the cold took to the picket line in Ridgewood Friday. Comments (2)
Ridgewood

Police identify boy killed in Ridgewood accident

RIDGEWOOD — A 7-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car in Ridgewood last week, police said. Comment
Middle Village

Metro HS blazes new trail

Sam Zampelli’s attempt to lose weight through triathlons has become a life-changing experience. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013

Kew Gardens

Real estate industry gets into beep race

One of the powers entrusted to a borough president is to review and make recommendations on land use applications for development projects in Queens. Comment
Maspeth

DOE rejects armed guards in District 24

City officials said they do not intend to recognize a Community Education Council resolution seeking to place armed, retired police officers in schools across the city. Comment
Rockaway Beach

Musicians set to rock out for storm benefit concert

Guitarist Ricky Byrd will collaborate with Rockers In Recovery, a Florida-based non-profit organization that gives support to musicians suffering from addiction this Friday at 8 p.m. They will be hosting a concert at The Cutting Room, a Manhattan nightclub, to raise money for those affected by Superstorm Sandy. Comment
Middle Village

Christ the King starts tough stretch by topping Mount

Christ the King’s Jon Severe entered Mount St. Michael looking to make up for previous disappointments. Comment

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