Little Neck Ledger

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Glen Oaks

Glen Oaks Little League kicks off season with parade

Dozens of children marched in the annual Glen Oaks Little League parade. Comment

Saturday, April 28, 2012


Warmer weather forces Alley Pond to change

Residents of Queens don’t need to look far for a close view of the changing climate. Warming temperatures have left educators and supervisors at Little Neck’s Alley Pond Environmental Center with no choice but to adapt. Comment

Creedmoor residences unveiled, ready for 160

There’s a new home for 160 residents on the road to recovery in Queens Village. Comments (1)

Dancer Ginger Rogers once called Douglaston home

Born Virginia Katherine McMath July 16, 1911, in Independence, Mo., Ginger Rogers was a star of stage, screen and television for five decades from the 1930s to the late 1980s. She made a total of 73 films and is still remembered by fans as Fred Astaire’s dancing partner in many productions. Rogers overcame an unhappy childhood to find an outlet for her talent and attain success through changing times. Comment

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Glen Oaks

Three injured in Glen Oaks accident


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