March 17, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Belle Harbor Man Charged With Murder

Michael Taffinder, of Belle Harbor, was arrested Sunday for the murder of Arthur McNeil, a Long Island taxi cab driver. More...

New Elevators Slated For Arverne Houses

All 14 elevators in Arverne Houses, located on Beach Channel Drive between Beach 54 and 56 streets, will be renovated under a $1.6 million contract recently approved by the New York City Housing Authority Board. More...

Sewage Saga Solved!

By John C. McLoughlin More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Congratulations are in order to the Soul Sisters step team from the Reverend Mason Center, located in Edgemere. The talented girls have been recognized as outstanding performers and can be seen at McDonald More...

Chatting With Chapey

Andrew and Pamela Bauman are the dynamic leaders of New York Families for Autistic Children. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Though the St. Patrick More...

Irish Circle Takes A Gamble! CB 14 Approves OTB Restaurant

By John C. McLoughlin More...

Byron Sentenced 25 Years For Rape Near JFK

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced this week that a Far Rockaway man who was recently convicted of raping a 28 year old Brooklyn student in a vacant lot near JFK Airport has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the crime. More...

Sports

Athlete Of The Week: Richard George, Jr.

By Emanuel Jalonschi More...

Bishop Kearney Headed For Playoffs

The Bishop Kearney Tigers finished the season 17-10. Kearney is now gearing up for the Catholic state tournament. Kearney will face Mercy in the state semi-final and a victory would put them in the state championship on Sunday March 18 at More...

Blue Mites Go Into Playoffs On A Roll

The Blue Mites finished the regular season with a hard fought win over the Red Mites.   The Blue Mites got three goals apiece from Brendan Meade and Sean Seiderman along with goals from Thomas Seiderman, Brian Woods, Thomas Gersh, and Mich More...


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