Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006

McLaughlin to announce not seeking re-election

McLaughlin, who represents the 25th Assembly District, has spent 14 years in the assembly, but has decided to concentrate on his labor leadership, rather than run for re-election. The conference will take place at his office, located at 163-13 Depot Road in Flushing. Comment

Saturday’s High School scores

Poughkeepsie 73, Cardozo 67. Comment

Friday, Jan. 6, 2006

LICH Can Help You Quit Smoking In the New Year

Window On a Winter Wonderland

Fireworks Over Grand Army Plaza

Crime-Busting ‘05: How Effective Were Local Cops?

Construction Careers

Consumers’ Corner

Special Salute to Outstanding Duo

Pre-School Open House

LICH Can Help You Quit Smoking

Sex And the New City Council Speaker: Local Reaction to Christine Quinn’s Surprising Win

And in a borough where opinions flow like the cascading Niagara Falls, two organizations involved in measuring lifestyles came out swinging with opposing views. Comment

Cops And Robbers 2005

Cops & Robbers ‘05: How Effective Were Park Slope Crime-Busters?


Brooklyn Free Space Open House

Letters To The Editor 40 Years of Service

Ice Breakers Take Frosty Leap Into the New Year

Polar Bears’ Arctic Antics Mark 1st Day

Beep Rings In New Year By Taking Borough President’s Oath of Office

Look Who Made Their Debut At the Stroke of 12

YMCA Open House

Mayor Mike Makes Mulch Out of Christmas Trees

Political Battleground

Crime-Busting ‘05: How Well Did Local Cops Do?

Friday’s High School scores

Holy Cross 59, St. Francis Prep 55. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2006

Thursday’s High School scores

Cardozo 85, Townsend Harris 37. Comment

Wednesday’s high school scores

Robert F. Wagner 74, Queens Vocational 63. Comment

Politicians have no shame

TWU caused blue Christmas

Encouraging to see parties unite

King must resign Homeland Security job

Term limited legislatures provide positive changes

Officials haven’t a clue about parks

Good riddance

Transit strike, part 2

Year of the gun

Fix Taylor Law

How to start predicting your success for 2006

Cops Spend the Holidays With Local Kids

Residents Celebrate Chanukah On Ice At Abe Stark Rink

Holiday Cheer Abounds at the Glenwood Community Center

P.S. 255 Students Celebrate Holidays Around the World

Special Senior Citizens Get the Royal Treatment

Gotti Jr. chooses Carnesi

Markowitz Marks New Year With Borough President’s Oath

Residents Box Up Holiday Cheer For Fighting Troops

Chanukah On Ice At Abe Stark Skating Rink

Giant Menorah Shines Over Bklyn

2005 TimesLedger CHSAA Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year

Brooklynites Welcome 2006 With Plenty of Fanfare

Breukelen Community Center Toasts the Holiday Season

2005 TimesLedger CHSAA Girls’ Soccer Coach of the Year

The Joys of Chanukah

Fireworks Over Brooklyn As ‘06 Comes In

Jazz Season 2005 Photo Gallery

Click here to see or purchase photos from our Jazz Season 2005 Photo Gallery Comment

The Butler Did It: What’s in a HS name?

BNA Toasts the Joyous Holiday Season

2005 TimesLedger CHSAA Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year

2005 TimesLedger CHSAA Boys’ Soccer Coach of the Year

Consumers’ Corner

Santa Claus Comes Bearing Gifts - And Bagels!

Ice Breakers Keep Cool In Chilled Waters

St. Finbar Students Help Support Troops In Iraq

What’s Christmas Without Santa And a Bagel?

Letters To The Editor In Steve’s Corner

Santa Can’t Do It Without St. Finbar

Rikers’ special sex dorm to change uses

Ozone Park rob attempt fails

Beep Illuminates Giant Menorah

Fire causes jet to return to JFK

Body found by jogger in Howard Beach

Happy New Year To Boro’s Newest Citizens

Pair rob Fresh Meadows bank

Weinstein’s Office Becomes ‘Crime Scene’

Woman mugged in Flushing

Far Rock. teen guilty in ‘03 killing on A train

Queens woman charged in counterfeit DVD case

Polar Bears Embrace Frosty First Day

SUV driver charged in crash with fuel truck

BNA Revels In the Holiday Spirit

Bayside biz victim of rooftop burglary

Astoria church hit by Satanic graffiti

Good Citizenship In the Making

Holiday Latkes All Around At Borough Hall

Frozen Menorah Warms the Hearts of Many

Joint Community Council Meeting

Bishop Kearney Varsity Extends Undefeated Record

LIJ donor gives gift of hearing

Mazel Tov! Hungry Charles Hardy Likes Latkes, Too

Vacancy On District 21 Community Education Council

Guild For Exceptional Children Meets With Community Leaders

Your Guide to Neighborhood Meetings

It’s a Small World After All At John Wilson I.S. 211

Talented P.S. 207 Students Make Winter Even Cooler

Grady H.S. Hosts Help 1 Day Care Holiday Bash

What You Need to Know About Breast Health

Turn Your Christmas Tree Into Beneficial Mulch

Soundtrack to the Season Plays Well At St. Edmund Prep

National Dance Institute Takes Center Stage At P.S. 235

Glenwood Community Center Is Packed With Holiday Cheer

Council office moves to Tremont:

By Bret Nolan Collazzi Comment


By Bret Nolan Collazzi Comment

Do You Remember? Sts. Peter and Paul Church in 1897; Romanesque building in 1932

Saints Peter and Paul Church was established at the northwest corner of St. Ann Comment

Suspects plead not guilty to murder of Enchautegui

The two men accused of fatally shooting Pelham Bay resident and Police Officer Daniel Enchautegui on December 10 pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges during a packed-to-capacity arraignment at the Bronx Supreme Court building on Monday, January 9. Comment

New business offers tax solutions

by Jon Minners Comment


BP outlines second term

The economic vitality of the Bronx continues to be a priority for Borough President Adolfo Carrion, Jr. , who was sworn in for a second term on January 2. Comment

Iraqi children discharged after Montefiore

Four hearts are healed, and a lasting relationship has been formed. Comment

Bronxwood Home fulfills administrator

Betty Bonta knows the ordeal residents of Southern Mississippi are going through. Having lived through a hurricane in the Virgin Islands herself, the administrator at Bronxwood Home for the Aged lost everything and through the kindness of others was able to build a life for herself again in the Bronx. Now, she is asking residents to help her fulfill a dream of her own and help her give back to those in need, still suffering from the effects of Hurricane Katrina. Comment

American Legion distributes 300 turkey dinners to vets and needy

Home cooked meals go a long way during the holiday season, especially for those in need and those returning from the hard-fought war in Iraq. Comment

Con Ed

One of the leading voices for Con Edison in the borough for over three decades, Bronx public affairs manager Jeffrey Katz recently retired after 31 years of dedication to the utility company. Comment

Tougher NYC anti-graffiti statutes signed by mayor

by Bret Nolan Collazzi Comment

Bronx doo-wop band to appear on Tony Danza, Conan shows

A doo-wop band from the Bronx has added an unlikely character to the fold and is once again lighting up the music industry. Comment

Innovative school program paying huge dividends for students

The students at M.S. 223 are in the (play) money. Comment

First Step to Meeting Another Zorro Aficionado

Get Help Landing Your Next Job


Celebrity Cleaners closes doors after 20 years on Bell Boulevard

Brooklyn Welcomes 2006

P.S. 238 Students Become Show-Stoppers For Seniors

Cops & Kids Get Together For the Holidays

From Baltimore to Jamaica

Columbian Lawyers Association Elects Brooklynite President

Southeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

It’s Chanukah On Ice At Abe Stark Rink

Get Your 2006 NYC Parking Calendar Today

Northeast Queens community Calendar

Upcoming Civic Meeting

Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006

Explore the Mystery And Power of Place

The Automat Is Back - Sort of

‘Elsewhere’ Takes You Where You’ve Never Been Before

Music Without Borders At BAMcafe Live

Dirty Bomb Mania - With Magic!

Mozart Doesn’t Look a Day Over 240

Eat, Drink & Be Literary Series Returns

Chamber Premiere

Suzi Shelton Live

Eclectic Bklyn Artists All In One Place

Take It to the ‘Max’

Music Off the Walls

The Dream Still Lives In Brooklyn

‘toon Heads Speak Out

Praise Music to Fill BAM Theater

A Subway Ride Through Childhood

The Snows of January Have Never Been Cooler

NY Jewish Film Fest Now Showing

King’s Dream, Caribbean Voices And Subversive Compositions

Heights Players to Celebrate Big 50 with Big Gala

Genealogy, Cool Cars And More

BBG Celebrates Martin Luther King

St. John’s women stun No. 12 Notre Dame

Notre Dame's Megan Duffy believes the St. John's women's basketball team is easily the most improved team in the Big East. On Wednesday night at Carnesecca Arena, St. John's more than validated the senior guard's statement. Comment

No Joke: Red Storm blows Big East opener

The St. John's men's basketball team's Big East opener was a comedy of errors and Seton Hall's Paul Gause was set up to be the ultimate court jester. Comment

Tuesday’s High School scores

Bryant 99, Francis Lewis 53. Comment


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