January 13, 2017 RSS feed / Community

CB14 Defiant In Face Of Select Bus Service Free Access

The regular monthly meeting of Community Board 14 on Jan. 10 was a standing-room only event. More...

A Progress Report from CM Richards

At the Jan. 10 Community Board 14 meeting, Councilman Donovan Richards began his Progress Report with a very positive tone: “It’s going to be an exciting year.”  More...

Richards Supports SBS

Councilman Donovan Richards stood at the bus stop on Beach 51st Street publicly throwing his support behind the expansion of the Select Bus Service as cars of his constituents passing by yelled out his name.  “They just yell Donovan, Donov More...

A Path to College and Careers for All Children

Navigating the college process can be challenging for students and their families. As the first person in my family to go to college, I know how stressful this process can be. More...

American Saints

“The saint is a true person,” Fr. More...

Big Win For Rockaway Beach Coastal Association

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer sent his Resiliency point person Pesach Osina as a show of support for the Rockaway Bay Coastal Association, which held its monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. More...

A Halo For Rockaway Free Access

Seems we aren’t the only ones who think Richard E. Santaga is a great photographer. Here’s a photo taken on Jan. 9 that was shown during the weather report on the CBS2’s noon news. More...

Watchdog Group Calls For Investigation Into LIRR Safety Measures

The Far Rock- away Long Island Rail Road train derailment on Jan. 4 was the second Long Island Rail Road accident is less than three months.  An eastbound Huntington LIRR train derailed after it struck a work train on Oct. 8, 2016. More...

QBP Katz Accepting Applications To Serve Community Boards

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz is accepting applications from qualified and community-minded individuals who want to serve on one of the borough’s 14 community boards, which play an important advisory role in considering land use and zon More...

African American Heritage Committee Scholarships

Each year the African American Heritage Committee awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors pursuing a post-secondary education. Recipients receive a monetary award for academic expenses. Applicants must be residents of Queens.  More...

MulchFest A Success

NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. More...


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