June 27, 2003 RSS feed / Community

BC Volies Turn To Internet Fundraising

An increasing number of people use the Internet on a regular basis to help them with their daily lives. The shop on-line, get the medication on-line, do their banking on-line and even, sometimes, find the love of their life on-line. More...

Computer Awards Go To P.S. 42

Awards from the District 27 Com More...

Fight To Keep Senior Center Open

The Senior Center at St Gertrude More...

Library Summer Program

The Queens Borough Public Library has a full schedule set up with dozens of activities, performances, prizes and parties for the summer, all of which are free to anyone who wants to attend. More...

Knowledge Is Power: Saying No To Gangs

The NYPD Community Outreach program, along with the North Shore, LIJMC Health System More...

Ninetieth Birthday Celebration!

Walter Patterson recently celebrated his ninetieth birthday at Snug Harbor. More...

Graduates With Honors

Robert Wagner, son of Bobby and Margaret Wagner of Broad Channel, graduated from St. Virgilius, with the honor of being chosen as the class Salutatorian. More...

Special Graduation

Keedy Jasper, daughter of Roland and Rosetta Jasper, recently graduated from P.S. 225. She was valedictorian of her sixth grade class of 2003. More...

Derech Emunoh Visits

Jewish Heritage Museum

Congregation Derech Emunoh of Arverne is planning a trip to the Museum of Jewish Heritage on the afternoon of Sunday, July 20. The excursion will include a guided tour followed by dinner at a nearby Glatt kosher restaurant. More...

What A Father’s

Day Catch! More...

Report on Superfund Sites Raises Health Issues

The Public Advocate is calling for refinancing of the Superfund, linking the toxic waste sites in Rockaway to increased health concerns, but several top health officials disagree. More...

PHC Welcomes Organ Donor Network

The Peninsula Hospital Center Auxiliary welcomed the New York Organ Donor Network to a recent meeting. Representing the New York Organ Donor Network was Joy A. More...

RDRC Community Update

Great things are happening in the Rockaways, especially if you own a business. This seems to be the consensus of the staff at the Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation More...

Signs of the Times

Exiting at the east end. This sign near 878 and the Atlantic Beach Bridge is a far cry from the metal, reflective ones that the city uses today. More...

Smith Urges Senate To Pass HMO Legislation

Senator Malcolm A. Smith has urged the Senate to pass HMO liability legislation. More...

Vietnam Vets Hold VID’s

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Addabbo Addresses Cross Bay Construction

In answer to Councilman Joseph Addabbo More...

Addabbo: Save Our Vital Wetlands

City Councilman Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., Chairman of the Council More...

American Legion Hosts Korean War Service And Convention

The Queens County Committee of the American Legion held a commemorative service at the 17 Road Park on Crossbay Blvd., on Friday night, June 6, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of the Korean War and remembering the five Broad Channel More...

Rockaway Women Have Access To Cancer Care

Contributing E ditor

More women die of breast cancer each year than any other type of the disease. More...

Eye On Physical Therapy

If you have been reading this column for any length of time you might have noticed that I am a big believer in patients taking responsibility for, and participating in the management of their own health. More...

Increases HMO Accountability

Assemblywoman Michele Titus announced recent Assembly passage of legislation she sponsored that holds health maintenance organizations (HMO More...

Kids Give Graffiti The Brush-Off

Some Belle Harbor kids with buckets of initiative and gallons of navy blue paint were thanked recently by local officials for their efforts to cover up unsightly graffiti on area mailboxes. More...

Local Girls Form Fifty-First State

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer attended an orientation of the Empire Girls State Citizens, comprised of young ladies from various schools in Queens County. More...

Three Graduate

Lorraine Bonett and Erin O More...

Completes Master’s Degree

Sean Patrick Burke, son of Barbara and Brian Burke, has received a Masters Degree in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. More...

Hats Off To the Graduate

Lionel Hilaire, son of Deborah and Lionel Hilaire of Far Rockaway, graduated from eighth grade at St. Mary More...

A Career in Medicine

Nishtha Chadda of Far Rockaway, was named valedictorian of Hillcrest High School this spring. The teenager has been accepted by the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education/City University of New York Medical School. More...

Four From St. John’s Home Graduate

Four of P.S. 256Q More...

Explorers Participate in ‘Operation Beautification’

On Saturday, June 14, the Explorer group and the Auxiliary police officers of the 100 precinct participated in a Queens borough-wide initiative, "Operation Beautification. More...

Looks Like a Parking Spot? Look Again!

When Lanrg Ajibola parked his van in a lot next to the Empire Wok in Howard Beach, it never occurred to him that he was illegally parked. More...

Fight To Keep Senior Center Open

The Senior Center at St Gertrude More...

Learning To Put

Fatherhood First

The shopping mall on 89th street is an odd place for a city agency, especially one providing the only service of it More...

SO, WHAT’S

THE STORY? More...

SJEH Hosts Pastoral Education Graduation

The Clinical Pastoral Education Program of Episcopal Health Services recently graduated 17 interns at a ceremony held at St. John More...


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