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Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015

Glen Oaks

Avella secures money for new running track in Glen Oaks Oval Park

State Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) presented $150,000 in state grant money to the city Department of Parks and Recreation last Friday for the construction of an asphalt running track around Glen Oaks Oval Park. Comment.
Letters

U.S. heroes deserve our thanks

Three Americans prevented a massacre aboard a European train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris Aug. 21. A suspected terrorist named Ayoub El Khazani’s goal apparently was to kill. National Guardsman Alex Skarlatos with Air Force Airman Spencer Stone and friend Anthony Sadler jumped into action to save the day when death of the innocent was imminent. These brave Americans went above and beyond the call of duty to save lives from a most depraved individual who had no regard for human life. Comment.

Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Glen Oaks

Friedrich says strong voices fix issues

Bob Friedrich, a Democratic City Council candidate running for Mark Weprin’s former seat, won a major fight. Comments (9).
Bellerose

Dosamantes, City Council candidate, wants to reform education

Bellerose native Celia Dosamantes—at 24, the youngest of the seven candidates pursuing the City Council seat vacated by Mark Weprin—has ambitious goals for District 23. Comments (4).

Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015

Letters

A most prolific writer

I have just read in the TimesLedger, with much sadness, about the passing of Kenneth Kowald. I have found him to be a most prolific writer and most interesting to read. He drew on his experiences and put them into his column based on his knowledge and his special interests. Comments (4).

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Friday, Aug. 14, 2015

Glen Oaks

One dead in Glen Oaks ‘Collyers’ Mansion’ house fire

A 58-year-old man died in a fire at a Glen Oaks home early Thursday morning where he was discovered by fire personnel in the basement, according to the NYPD. Comment.

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