Thursday, May 5, 2005

Getting inspected

If you are planning to sell your home, an inspection prior to placing your house on the market provides a better understanding of conditions that may be discovered by the buyer's inspector and gives you an opportunity to make repairs, rendering your home a more desirable purchase. If you are placing a bid on a house, a home inspection can provide a better understanding of what you are about to purchase. Comment

Mayor too disconnected with education system

Bayside High School not a place of excellence

People must have health care proxies

Setting record straight on JHS 168

Diocese strung schools along

Bayside High still offers excellent education

Forest Hills residents need Parkway

Give children who want to learn a space to be educated

A winnable war

Business Calendar

A goal line stand

The new law will make it far more difficult

Closing the flood gates

Vallone Sr. endorses Gifford Miller

Roosevelt Avenue shooting injures two

Our Lady of Snows wins volleyball title

Snows softball improves to 6-0

TimesLedger CHSAA Hockey Player of the Year: Matt Cammarata

On the Mound with Jonathan Lewis: Stony Brook wins series, but Lewis loses another tight game

Glen Oaks Little League: Blue Jays beat Angels

Ed Flood, Athletic Director of St. John’s Preparatory School in Astoria was inducted into the Girls Catholic High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame April 17 at The Roma View Restaurant in Queens.

Dwarf Giraffe Athletic League: General Fitness skates past Mattone Group

TimesLedger Coach of the Year: Mike Mitchell

Bayside Little League: V.I. Pizza cooks up dramatic win over Prava Construction

The Athletes of the Week

Driver cited in L.I. school bus crash in Laurelton

South Jamaica man gets 40 to life

Former Lane teacher investigated

Cerebral palsy man death ruled homicide

Police seek suspect in Bellerose, Forest Hills bank rob

He was caught on surveillance cameras during the robberies wearing a black sweatshirt, sunglasses and a black Harley Davidson hat. Anyone with information can contact crimestoppers at 1-800-566-TIPS. Comment

Bearak protests boro water hike

City gives out nicotine patch

State gets delay in CFE lawsuit

CB11 extends Shaffer permit

How’s Business? Early start


La Motta’s Waterside: A taste of marina life in Port Washington

Unless you know your way around Port Washington, expect to gain a sense of accomplishment just from finding La Motta's Waterside Restaurant. It is tucked away on Manhasset Bay in the marina. It can be accessed as easily by boat as by car. Comment

Watch out when you remodel!

Dust, dust, noise and more dust. Comment

Kid’s stuff

Depending on the activity level of the child, it may be mutually beneficial, for the parent and the child, to afford them lots of room. Even if that is possible, and especially if it is not, designating and organizing spaces for kids is a helpful way for them to work and play comfortably and efficiently. Fortunately, there are ways to create spaces that satisfy your kid's needs while pleasing your own aesthetic and budgetary concerns. Comment


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