Forest Hills Ledger

Thursday, March 3, 2011


Ridgewood Savings Back going strong after 90 yrs.

The flagship location of the Ridgewood Savings Bank at Forest and Myrtle avenues will celebrate its 90th birthday this year. The institution appears as successful as ever, and according to the bank’s president, it got that way by following some old-fashioned advice. Comment

Monday, Feb. 28, 2011


Fighter educates with fists Instructs pint-sized pugilists in punches, kicks and life lessons

Mixed-martial artist and Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter Nick Pace instructed star-struck kids in grappling and kick-boxing techniques Sunday at the Tiger Schulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts studio in Ridgewood. Comment

Cops accuse teen of etching tag on boro bus shelters

Police arrested a Brooklyn teenager accused of using acid to graffiti 21 bus shelters across Queens, the borough’s district attorney said. Comment

Dog put to sleep after beating by Ridgewood owner: ASPCA

A 5-year-old Chihuahua had to be euthanized after a Ridgewood man allegedly beat it hard enough to fracture its skull, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said. Comment
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Chamber’s Kellerman dies at 84

Sunny Kellerman, a tireless advocate for the Forest Hills business community, has died at the age of 84. Comment


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