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Monday, Aug. 6, 2012

Douglaston

St. Anastasia parish mourns death of its senior priest, 81

If there was one thing Frederick Bedell said he would remember about the late Rev. George Lutjen, it would be his willingness to reach out to people in need. Comment
Douglaston

Douglaston student receives top honors from L.I. school

A Douglaston eighth-grader clocked in two of his school’s highest student honors, his school announced last week. Comment

Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012

Douglaston

Douglaston civic wants to create park

The Doug Bay Manor Civic Association gathered last Thursday to discuss several issues, including turning a nearby piece of land into a park, making the local Long Island Rail Road station more accessible and preserving the community’s character. Comment

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Saturday, Aug. 4, 2012

On Point

Queens civic groups fought hard for return of Q79

Citizens uniting and fighting for a common cause is what civic associations are about. In Queens, there is no shortage of these neighborhood stalwarts and community watchdogs. Eastern Queens contains an unprecedented number of active civics that historically have worked well together to achieve great successes. Comments (1)

Friday, Aug. 3, 2012

Floral Park

Queens Farm hosts colorful Pow-Wow

A spectacle of bright colors, feathers and dancing returned to the borough as the Queens Farm Museum hosted the 34th annual Thunderbird Grand Mid-Summer Pow-Wow this weekend. Comment

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