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Monday, Dec. 10, 2012

Douglaston

Sandy becomes teachable moment at Alley Pond

Hurricane Sandy has remained a sensitive subject for New Yorkers across the city, including in Queens, but at Douglaston’s Alley Pond Environmental Center, the historic storm has become a topic of education and looking forward for the borough’s youth. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012

Bellerose

Bellerose comes together

A Bellerose man said he was inspired after seeing how his street came together in the wake of disaster when Hurricane Sandy swept through the borough, knocking down trees and power lines. Comment

Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012

Glen Oaks

DOE locks out community groups

Unless they are nonprofits, groups looking to use the city’s public schools have been told to back off by the city Department of Education, community leaders in Queens said this week. Comments (1)
Floral Park

North Shore LIJ urges bone marrow donors to join registry

A 16-year old cancer survivor from Middle Village is using her experience with leukemia to urge others — especially minorities — to sign up to become bone marrow donors. Comment

Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012

Floral Park

Holiday events to be held throughout Queens

Christmas Tree and Poinsettia Sales at the Farm Comment

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