Forest Hills Ledger

Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013

Forest Hills

Election Guide: City Council District 29

+Two candidates are competing in the election for the City Council District 29 seat, which represents Forest Hills, Rego Park and Kew Gardens. Comment

Election Guide: City Council District 30

Two candidates are competing in the election for the City Council District 30 seat, which represents Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, Richmond Hill and Ridgewood. Comment
Ozone Park

Election Guide: City Council District 32

Two candidates are competing in the election for the City Council District 32 seat, which represents Ozone Park, Howard Beach, Woodhaven and the Rockaways. Comment

Election Guide: City Council District 34

Two candidates are competing in the election for the City Council District 34 seat, which represents Ridgewood, Williamsburg and Bushwick. Comment

Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013

Rockaway Beach

Ulrich, Simon differ over Sandy recovery

The two candidates who are running to represent many of the neighborhoods battered last year by Hurricane Sandy have different perceptions of the recovery process during the last year. Comments (1)

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Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013

Belle Harbor

TimesLedger staffer has work showcased in Sandy exhibit

On the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the Museum of the City of New York has brought back vivid recollections of the incredible destruction wrought by the storm in a display of 200 photos, including one shot by TimesLedger Newspapers Photo Editor Christina Santucci. Comment
Rockaway Beach

Bagel shop celebrates recovery a year after storm

Two New York City firefighters have gotten a second chance at running their Rockaway Beach business after it was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy. Comment
Ozone Park

Off-duty bus driver drove drunk: Police

OZONE PARK — An off-duty bus driver was arrested Saturday at about 10:33 p.m., police said. Comment

Friday, Nov. 1, 2013

Ozone Park

Casinos, judges’ age will appear on ballot

On Nov. 5, New Yorkers will have several opportunities to amend the state Constitution when they vote on six proposed ballot measures. Comments (1)
Middle Village

Crowley, Caruana face off in heated debate

The only political debate between two Middle Village candidates for City Council was a fiery one, prompting a steady stream of cheers and jeers from the audience for nearly an hour and a half. Comments (1)
Forest Hills

Brooklynite charged in western Queens break-ins: DA

FOREST HILLS — A Brooklyn man has been charged with breaking into 11 homes in Queens and stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, cameras, computer equipment, sports memorabilia and ammunition, said Queens District Attorney Richard Brown. Comment
Rockaway Park

Man in custody after police find dead body

ROCKAWAY PARK — Police took a man into custody early Wednesday morning after they discovered a senior citizen dead inside a nursing home, according to cops. Comment

Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013


Forest Park Carousel spins its way onto Landmarks list

The century-old Forest Park carousel in Forest Park continues to spin, but it now bears a new plaque signifying its special landmark status. Comments (2)

Lhota visits with voters at O’Neill’s

One mayoral hopeful made his case to voters at a popular Maspeth hangout Friday. Comment
Kew Gardens

Three candidates vie for beep seat

None of the candidates for borough president disagree on which one among them has the backing of Queens’ political and business establishment, but they do differ on how that should sway voters in next week’s general election. Comment
Middle Village

Three Queens teams reach soccer semifinals

Christ the King saw history repeat itself. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013

LeFrak City

Police charge man in murder of LeFrak City neighbor

A 34-year-old man was arrested and charged with shooting a fellow LeFrak City resident to death early Sunday at the Corona complex where they both lived, police said. Comments (6)

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