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Thursday, Jan. 20, 2005

The Garden School girls varsity basketball team won two of its last three games to move into fourth place in the Girls Independent Schools Athletic League’s Division I standings. Seniors, Danielle Daley and Amanda Krol were instrumental players in t

Nadler keeps on trucking, beats McKinney Cargo

Senid Plumbing & Heating edges Falci & Daughters

Cascarino’s Magic beat Bayside Bobcats

Cardozo enjoys Garden party

The Butler Did It

Man shot after argument inside Jamaica church

72-year-old abducted, robbed in Jamaica

Homeless man found near Queens Plaza dies

Con Ed worker robbed at gunpoint in Rosedale

Man found unconscious in LIC parking lot dies

6th Pct. officer charged in 48th Ave. accident

Reward for information on bank rob suspect

12 Queens Assembly members get leadership spots

Weiner, Ognibene raise funds for City Hall

Among the key positions up for grabs in the Nov. 8 citywide elections are the mayorality - for which three Queens politicians appear poised to run - the borough presidency and all city council seats. This year's contest also will be the testing ground for major revisions to the campaign finance laws, which govern the city's generous matching-funds program. Comment

Business Calendar

History on display

Two Queens actors shine in new TV drama shows

Boro singers selected to perform at Town Hall

Black Spectrum looking for hottest Queens dancers

Southeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Arts and Entertainment Calendar

State probes head of Bayside’s Sacred heart Parish over shelter problems

Walk the Walk, headed by Father Coleman Costello of Bayside's Sacred Heart parish at 215-35 38th Ave., had shut down last year while building a shelter for senior citizens, said state Welfare Inspector General Paul Balukas. Comments (2)

Thomas Donovan: Speaker

Thomas Donovan is partner at Massey Knakal Realty. He joined Massey Knakal in 1998 to head up the firm's first full-service outer borough office in Queens. Comment

John Manley: Speaker

Managing Director John Manley, equity strategist for Smith Barney's private client division, is also a member of the firm's investment policy committee. Comment

John Genovese: Speaker

John M. Genovese is senior vice president real estate for The Macerich Company, a public real estate investment trust headquartered in Santa Monica, Calif. Comment

Alair Townsend: Moderator

Alair Townsend became publisher of Crain's New York Business in February 1989. Crain's New York Business is a weekly newspaper covering the New York City economy and business community and the regional, national and international factors that affect them. Comment

William Thompson: Keynote Speaker

William C. Thompson, Jr. became New York City's 42nd comptroller on Jan. 1, 2002. As custodian and investment adviser to all five of the city's pension funds, Thompson manages a combined portfolio of more than $82 billion. Comment

Queens economy growing: Category changes reveal new top five boro industries

Food services and drinking places is the category that takes second place with a larger number of individual businesses, but with a lower number of employees earning fewer dollars in total wages. Comment

No more Pathmark leaves Fresh Meadows lot vacant

Son-in-law charged in woman’s murder

Parents turn out in droves at PS 147

LIJ Hospital honors King in ceremony

Bayside writer dies in Flushing accident

Dog run should be allowed in Little Bay Park

Howard Mills a sacrificial candidate?

Pending apology to George Bush

Thought should be given to R3-2 zone changes, too

The ‘Dream’ in 2005

Hate crimes

The wheels on the bus


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