Forest Hills Ledger

Monday, Dec. 30, 2013


Group names Q58 slowest bus in county

If your trip aboard the Q58 seems overly long, you are not imagining: It is one of the slowest trips in New York City. Comment.
Rockaway Beach

Transit union workers want new contract and raise in pay

The MTA approved a $13.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2014 week in its monthly meeting, which included a long discussion of whether to set aside $25 million to increase transit service and loud appeals for raises from restive transit workers nearing two years without a union contract. Comments (1).

Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013

Middle Village

Fallen sgt.’s gun fights on

Although James McNaughton was the first NYPD officer killed in the Iraq war, the Middle Village resident’s gun continues to fight city crime. Comment.

Man burglarizes 99 cent store in Woodhaven [With Video]

WOODHAVEN — Police released surveillance footage of a man using a metal tool to pry open a cash register while burglarizing a 99 cent store Dec. 14. Comment.

Friday, Dec. 27, 2013

Kew Gardens

A look back at Helen Marshall’s 12 years in office

When Borough President Helen Marshall steps down at the end of the month, she will cap off a career in public service spanning decades. Comments (2).

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Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013


Glendale Shopping Center planned beside Atlas Park

Plans for a 350,000-square-foot shopping center next to The Shops at Atlas Park has Glendale abuzz. Comments (1).
LeFrak City

Lawsuit against LeFrak to move forward: Judge

A woman living with HIV/AIDS will be allowed to proceed with her discrimination lawsuit against the LeFrak Organization after a federal judge last week denied the landlord’s motion to dismiss the case. Comment.
Political Action

Conservative Party hopeful in next year’s elections

In a recent interview, Thomas Long, chairman of the Queens Conservative Party, gave his views of various current political topics. Comments (1).

Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2013

Kew Gardens

He draws on his experience to create

While many artists are inspired by the images they see, Kew Gardens resident Matthew McDonnell has created five works of art based upon what he has heard and researched. Comments (1).
Middle Village

Lifeless Christ the King manhandled by Cardinal Hayes

Poor execution without the starting point guard in the lineup was understandable and somewhat expected by Christ the King Coach Joe Arbitello. Seeing his team play without energy, aggressiveness or urgency against Cardinal Hayes was what came as a surprise. Comment.

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