Thursday, June 23, 2005

Forest Hills High School is community’s jewel

PS 268 PTA demands K’Tori’s return

Where was Sanders before election time?

Good work accomplished on Bayside rezone

Is Totten park for public or Fire Dept.?

Mayor keeps hopes alive with stadium plan

Help city parks become No. 1 in country

Where is Douglaston Legion Post scroll honoring soldiers?

Hit-and-run drivers

Fort Totten Park

Bring on the games

The parking dilemma

Sinkhole on Roosevelt Ave. gets its fill by DEP crew

Our Lady of Snows wins CYO softball title

On the Mound with Jonathan Lewis: Fresh Meadows native enjoys first week on the job

Glen Oaks Little League: Angels, Blue Jays battle for title

Dwarf-Giraffe Athletic League: Agosto lifts TM&T Tires

DePhillips Athletic League: Mets win DAC Minor title

Yankees bounce back to beat Cards

Bayside Little League: Bell’s Prime Cuts primed for late-season run

Bayside edges Midville, 5-4

Far Rockaway man convicted in rape of cell phone girl, 12

Four in College Point indicted on loansharking

Fire burns for several hours outside Keyspan

DeNiro nanny arrested on theft in Maspeth

Man charged with drug possession

Sketch released of wanted man

Man accused of assaulting officer

Man convicted of killing cashier

LIRR plan hits 3rd rail

The future is now

Come hear the rumba

Mary Immaculate Hospital holds free prostate cancer screenings

"In the past five years Mary Immaculate Hospital has been offering free screening, we have alerted some men to abnormalities and they were then able to follow up with their private physicians or the hospital," said Juliet Lewis, a spokeswoman for the hospital. "That's positive because show this service can raise cancer awareness in men who would not otherwise get tested." Comment

Meng urges parents to read with children

Elementary school students who participate in the Challenge by reading with a parent for 15 minutes a day for at least 40 days during July and August will receive a New York State Assembly Excellence in Reading Certificate. By recognizing students' initiatives in reading, the Assembly hopes to encourage their continuation of that worthwhile activity. Comment

Young Queens scientists win prizes at 11 schools

The annual NYCSEF is comprised of the New York Academy of Sciences' Expo and the Polytechnic University Semi-Finals Competition. Comment

How’s Business? Buying land

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Relief! ‘Potty Parity’ Becomes Law Carnival Replaces Studies For a Day

All Brooklyn, All the Time On Debut News Channel

Slain Police Officers Awarded Posthumous Brennan Award

GOPer At Odds With Dubya Over Social Security

District 22 CEC Squares Off With Schools Chancellor

Will Brooklyn Be the Loser In City’s Trash War?

Inspirational Valedictorian Leads KCC Class of ‘05

Special Ed Students Go For the Gold

Realtors Help Students Achieve Academic Success

Fugitive At Large After CIH Escape

Now There’s Even More to Fathom At the Aquarium

Neighborhood Students Take Center Stage

Critics Charge Volleyball Players With Spiking B’hurst’s Fun

New Prez At Helm of the Brooklyn Bar Association

Auxiliary Cops Enjoy MADD Luncheon

Parishioners Hail Pastor’s Half Century of Leadership

Special Teachers Make After-School Program a Hit

Kids Ace Mayor’s Cup Advocates For Visually Impaired Mark 1st Anniversary

Bay Academy In the Winner’s Circle

Brooklyn’s One, Two Punch Is a Knockout

They’re All Due a Standing Ovation

How Safe Will Your Ferris Wheel Ride Be This Summer?

Residents Beware: ‘Sanitation Vampires’ on the Prowl

Reservist Shut Out of 61st Pct. Community Council Election

Pols Dump Cash Into BNA Coffers

Slap Tracking Devices On Repeat Sex Offenders?

Blocked Out In Brighton: Backlash Against Hi-Rise

District 21 CEC Assesses First Year In Operation

Council Promises to Help Keep Express Buses Rolling

Hynes Warns Against Resurgence of ‘Dodge City’

Brooklyn At Its Very Best Turns Many Heads

Chatter Swirls Around Feared McDonald Ave. Drug Rehab

Blame Game Doesn’t Wash In Bay; Many Call For Condo Moratorium



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