Little Neck Ledger

Monday, Oct. 22, 2012

Douglas Manor

Modern legal decision at heart of Douglaston house tour

The most significant moment in history discussed Saturday on a guided tour of early 20th-century homes in Douglaston Manor was June 24, 1997 — about half a century after the last residences were built on the verdant northeast Queens peninsula. Comment
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Green group seeks end to Little Bay dumping

A Long Island-based advocacy group has appealed a state consent order that would allow more nitrogen dumping into the Long Island Sound, which connects to Little Bay in Little Neck, with potential to kill underwater wildlife and affect the surrounding ecosystem. Comment

Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012

Little Neck

Queens synagogues merge

If you look closely at the ark inside the new Congregation L’Dor V’Dor in Little Neck, you will see double the Torahs. Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012


Strawberry’s closes after two-year run in Doug

Strawberry’s Sports Grill in Douglaston opened its doors for the last time Sunday, when a group of loyal customers gathered to watch the New York Jets and New York Yankees games, ordered pizza to compensate for the empty kitchen and did their part to deplete the eatery’s remaining stockpiles of alcohol. Comment

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Queens HS for Teaching dominates in B after demotion

Queens High School of Teaching took its fair share of lumps playing in PSAL Class A division. However, things have changed this season. The Tigers are unbeaten after being moved down to the “B” and have racked up wins, including a 5-1 victory over Robert Wagner last Friday afternoon at Queens Farm Park. The last season QHST was in the “B,” it won the city title in 2008. Comment

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