Friday, Jan. 14, 2005

Pathmark to pull out from Fresh Meadows

Pathmark's lawyer notified Weprin's office late Tuesday night of the company's plans to end its pursuit to build on the location. Weprin's chief aide, Jack Friedman, said he knew it was unlikely that the store was going to be built, but he was surprised to hear from the store that it was pulling out. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2005

McDonald’s Bayside Bombers super-size win

The Butler Did It

Athlete of the Week

Suspects still sought in Ozone Park P.O. rob

Man shot in head in LIC in stable condition

Man pronounced dead in Merrick Blvd. shooting

Springfield Gds. man gets 25 years in jail for ‘01 stabbing of girlfriend

Two teenagers arrested in Little Neck graffiti case

3 arrested in rob cases outside Francis Lewis High

Flushing massage parlor women sexually assaulted

NJ man pleads guilty to rape of Astoria woman

Corona man sentenced to 15 years for rape of girlfriend’s sister


Thursday, March 3 - New York Families for Autistic Children is holding its Annual Dinner Dance and Awards Celebration at Russo's on the Bay, Cross Bay Boulevard and 163rd Avenue, Howard Beach, from 6:30 p.m. Honorees are state Sen. Serphin Maltese, Jerrold Parker and Herbert Waichman of Parker and Waichman LLP, Nick Mascia and Semantics Organization. Rafles and silent auction, cocktail party at 6:30 p.m. Dinner to follow. Donation $100 per person. Friday, March 18 - Queensboro Council for Social Welfare announces the 14th Annual Reception honoring Queens social workers at Queens Comment

Business Calendar

Wednesday, jan. 19 - Business Breakfast with Fred Weber, Regional VP, DeVry Institute 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. DeVry Institute of Technology, 30-20 Thomson Ave., LIC. Mr. Weber, who oversees activities at DeVry University campuses in New York, Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, has over 20 years of senior management positions in marketing and strategic planning, and holds both a Ph.D. in philosophy and an MBA degree. $30 for members, $35 for non-members. Please RSVP to 718-786-5300 ext. 21 or Thursday, Comment

Beyond artwork

Southeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Arts and Entertainment Listings

Man nabbed in 4th rob of store: Police

Wal-Mart is anti-labor

Tougher sports fan laws are required

Another all-Korean billboard on Northern

Great injustice to P.S. 130 residents

City administration’s plans on bus strike inadequate

Sports betting editorial presents fallacious argument

Tilting at Windmills


Fair pay

The challenge



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