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Thursday, March 3, 2005

Kew Gardens dog owners need to be responsible

God in one’s heart is what matters in festivals

Problem with reserved parking spots

What of the children turned out of PS 130?

School fund ruling should not be appealed

Another pervert nabbed

Labor’s Pyrrhic victory

Dig deep

St. John’s Prep wins CHSAA ‘A’ freshman city title

SJU hangs close with Duke

Marino Bros. lock up first after beating Tuckner

The Butler Did It

By day's end, 130,000 tickets were sold, setting a new club record. Opening Day on April 11 against the Houston Astros and the Subway Series games with the Yankees May 20-22 were sold out. Comment

Name: George Kunkel

Sunnyside man killed by N train at Canal station

Landlord pleads guilty in tenant’s beating death

Man hijacks woman’s car with kids inside

Woman sentenced in $1 million theft case

Suspect charged with 2nd-degree murder

Woman faces 7 years in DWI death of cop

Bayside bank robbery suspect sought

50 Cent’s rival posse shot at outside Hot 97

Living the dream

Southeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Arts and Entertainment Calendar

Riverview: River viewing in Long Island City

Picture a breathtaking view of Manhattan from across the East River, aligned with the Chrysler Building, the United Nations, the Empire State and all the iconic elements that make up Midtown's famous skyline. Comment

LIC Army vet creates Bible for blacks while in shelter

It is entitled "The Bible According to A. Nigger" and is being sold strictly online as a "compilation of Christian beliefs from a Eubonic (sic) perspective." Comment

Meeks supports GOP tort reform bill

Conn. co-ed’s death in Maspeth sends convict back to prison

Masseur arrested in L.I. sex assault

Stray dogs caught in Kew Garden Hills

A pack mentality could be to blame for the strays' unruly behavior while roaming elementary grounds and apartment complexes in the community since mid-January, officials suggested.The dogs first began appearing near PS 165, barking and frightening teachers and students, according to Councilman Gennaro (D-Fresh Meadows), who sent out a release headlined, "Dangerous Dogs Terrorize Queens..." prior to their capture. They were also spotted around the neighborhood's Electchester Cooperatives and the Pomonok Houses, Gennaro said. Though the councilman reported that two school staf Comment

Council approves resolution on subway train crew count

Airport area schools to be soundproofed by MTA

S. Jamaica duo charged in Connecticut jewel heist

State agency clears Smith of berating a gay staffer

The three stray dogs that “terrorized” Kew Garden Hills for a month were captured last week by animal control officials who suggested the canines’ bark may be bigger than their bite.

Weprin bills seek change in Buildings Dept. system

LIRR’s Port Washington line: No cuts


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