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Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006

Sunday’s High School scores

Vashon (Mo.) 69, Christ the King 59. Comment

Saturday’s High School scores

Christ the King 57, Sante Fe (Mo.) 52. Comment

Friday’s High School scores

Archbishop Molloy 62, St. Francis Prep 50. Comment

Friday, Jan. 13, 2006

Thursday’s High School scores

Bayside 80, Townsend Harris 65. Comment

SE Queens residents oppose detention center expansion

Residents of Springfield Gardens and surrounding neighborhoods expressed strong opposition Wednesday night to plans to expand a detention center located on 150th Avenue. The detention center, which has been located at the site for 11 years, formerly housed illegal immigrants awaiting deportation. During the summer the facility, operated by Florida-based Geo Group Inc, started housing low- and medium-level-risk prisoners awaiting trial and sentencing. Comment

Wednesday’s High School scores

Christ the King 54, St. Raymond's 51. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 12, 2006

City Council should pick its battles better

In Canada, they call them Monster Houses

Feeding the poor: Is city doing enough?

More reasons not to like Roger

Can the Speaker speak for Queens?

2006 off to great start with no dull politics

Martin Luther King had patience, fortitude

Parishes Join Together In Song

Site contains asbestos: Resident

Rookie Cops Hit Brooklyn Stationhouses

Meyer Benezra, Attorney, Dies At 83

Much Mulching Following Seasonal Merriment

Polytech Helps Take a ‘Byte’ Out of Cyber Crime

FDR Up Close At Senior Ctr.

Braunstein lawyer seeks gag order on press leaks

Green Thumbs Up For Gardening Tips

Just How Many Cops Can You Fit In a Winnebago?

BWECC to Tackle Over-Zealous Traffic Agents

Letters To The Editor

Our Lady of Snows rolls again

Canarsie Kids Ace King Contest

From Redmen to Red Storm

Meyer Benezra, Attorney, Dies

BWECC to Tackle Traffic Agents

Town Hall With DOE Officials

Sacred Heart wins holiday tourney

Parishes Unite For Seasonal Cheer

BWECC to Tackle Over- Zealous Traffic Agents

Molloy skates past Farrell

Bishop Kearney Kids Win On the Road

Open a New Biz

Consumers’ Corner

Dwarf-Giraffe League: Piccolino leads Team 4 to win

It’s All Happening At the Salt Marsh

Brooklynite & Hall of Fame Vol

DePhillips Athletic Club: Red Storm beats Hoyas, 97-70

1st Annual Berryman Classic

Beth Israel Medical Center Announces New Appointments

The Butler Did It: Friday Nights Hoops Lights

Berryman Classic

Salt Marsh Nature Center Wins More Rave Reviews

Flood of Rookie Cops For Area Stationhouses

Comedy, Health And Judaism

Brooklyn Woman Toasts Her Centennial

National Notice For Bishop Kearney Students

Bishop Ford Hoopsters Capture Fouchet Title

Salt Marsh Nature Ctr.

Parishes Join Together to Sing the Season’s Praises

Meyer Benezra Dies

Four teens charged with gang assault

California man convicted of stalking his mother, a Jamaica lawyer

In the News And In Lou’s Corner

Corrections officer charged with assault

Suspect sought in bank robbery

Vehicles of 6 charged with illegal dumping in Queens seized

NJ man sentenced in Forest Hills sex sting

Bklyn man convicted in ‘93 Forest Hills rape

Vacancy On District 21 Education Council

An Update...

1st Annual Berryman Memorial Classic

Golden Arches Helps Keep P.S. 276 Music Program Cooking

Remarkable Woman Celebrates Centennial At Kings Bay Y

Corona cold case reopens

Beth Israel Medical Center Announces New Appointment

Forum Focuses On Future of Bay Ridge Seniors

Learn How to Build a Profitable New Business

It All Adds Up For Sixth Grade Math Wizard

Brookdale Announces New Appointment to Breast Health Services Dept.

National Notice For Brooklyn College TOCA Program

70th Pct. Mourns

Sharpe Announces Plans to Run For State Assembly

Queens Center will host a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 11. The event, at 6 p.m., will take place on the Concourse Level of the Elmhurst mall and will include musical selections by the Kerri Edge Dance Company and a keynote addres

NYPD’s Rookie Class Hits the Streets of Brooklyn


Gift of Life brings another Iraqi boy to Bx for surgery

Fourteen-year-old Ali Hussein Abid Ali arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport this weekend from Iraq in preparation for a life-saving open heart surgery Wednesday at Montefiore Medical Center, and was welcomed with open arms by Rotary International and its Gift of Life program. Comment

TNBA creates trendy online journal

In a day and age where computers play such a major part in our lives, it is becoming apparent that everyone has a blog, even community organizations. Comment

Limited tickets still available for annual TNBA dinner-dance

The hottest ticket in town is the Throggs Neck Benevolent Association Dinner Dance, but with just over a week until the gathering, only a limited number of seats are available. Comment


They fought battles on distant shores, and now a group of Throggs Neck veterans are forced to fight a battle closer to home. Comment

Ciampa begins twelve more 2-family homes

Work has begun on 12 of the 13 homes that will complete the Jarvis Avenue side of the Waterbury Estates complex in Pelham Bay, with workers already laying four more foundations at the four-acre site. Comment


CB 12 seeks answers on the future of Woodlawn

As scaffolding remains along the front of Ladder 39 in Woodlawn, a sight residents have witnessed for over a year without any signs of work or progress, the surrounding community fears the worst: a possible permanent shutdown of the firehouse. Comment

Vatican grants pastor a church trial over sex abuse charges

Monsignor Charles Kavanagh, a former pastor of St. Raymond Church and the most prominent Roman Catholic priest in the archdiocese to be accused in the sexual abuse scandals, was granted a church trial on Friday, January 6 by the Vatican. Comment

Police seek Astoria man in College Point shooting


By Scott Sieber

Big Boost For HeartShare

Bell Boulevard construction to start again in couple months

Discover the Renaissance

NYPD’s Latest Rookie Class Hits Brooklyn Streets

Southeast & Western Queens Calendar

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Arts & Entertainment Calendar

McLean leads St. John’s past Pitt

In the end, it was free throws and a clutch three-pointer that pushed the St. John's women's basketball team past Pittsburgh 72-55, in a physical, defensive battle at Carnesecca Arena Wednesday night. Comment

Flushing Hospital offers help in several languages

Bloomberg trying to eliminate guns, but needs help

R2A zoning will undermine Little Neck property values

Mayor Bloomberg is poised to be the greatest mayor

First, Mr. Cho should acquire reputable hotel, then send out DVD

Tell Sony bosses: Do the right thing

McLean leads St .John’s past Pitt

By Paul Cipriano Comment

No Wierzbicki, no problem for Queens vs. New Haven

Shaun Bertin said the Queens College men's basketball team knew they'd be able to play without Bradd Wierzbicki, the leading scorer in the NYCAC conference. Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2006

Green Thumbs Up For the Plant-O-Rama

Almost a Half Century of Fantastic Ernst Benkert Drawings

Mott Music On Sundance Art Captures Williamsburg’s Fluid Waterfront

Singing Dr. King’s Favorite Songs

When the Devil Ran Wild On the Streets of New York

Last Chance For Underground Filmmakers

Brooklyn Public Library Sings, Swings And More

On Tap: Nation’s Top Kid Dancers

On January 22, at 2 p.m., Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts continues its FamilyFun Series with Tap Kids. Directed and choreographed by Lisa Hopkins, Tap Kids features eight of the nations most talented young tap dancers that take to the stage in a rousing, joyous celebration of American youth culture. Comment

Rocking Out With the Dead

She Lives On In Words And Music...

Checking Out the

Get It, As You Like It, at Park Slope’s Gallery Players

‘Unbossed’ Figures Public And Private

Brooklyn Art For Marty’s Sake Choose

Brooklyn Art For Marty’s Sake

Psychic’s Message From ‘The Other Side’ Lena Gurr, Is That You?

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006

Tuesday’s High School scores

St. Raymond's 53, St. Francis Prep 51. Comment

Monday’s High School scores

Campus Magnet 56, August Martin 30. Comment


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