August 22, 2003 RSS feed / Community

LIPA Calls For Continued Electric Conservation

Although the Blackout of 2003 has come and gone, electric suppliers are urging prudent and conservative use of power. More...

Board Meets August 21

Community Board 27 has scheduled a Budget and Open Calendar meeting for August 21 at 8 p.m. It will be held at Region 5, located at 82-01 Rockaway Boulevard, Room 3, Ozone Park. More...

Smith Announces ‘Brownfields’ Grants

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced the assignment of a 1.15 million dollar grant aimed at the assessment and cleaning of "brownfields", the EPA term for property that could be used for some sort of productive endeavor, but is More...

Nitty-Gritty Of Recycling Befuddles Residents

Wondering when you can get rid of that growing pile of recyclables? Unsure what you More...

St. John’s Hospital Installs New Officers

The Development Board of St. John More...

Targeting Adults At Local Queens Libraries

"Tropical Wreath Making," a crafts workshop with Sheila Black, will demonstrate how to create a decorative wreath for summer out of fruits; materials will be supplied. More...

Volies Use Internet As Fundraiser

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...

‘A Night Of Roses’ Set For October 9

The Executive Board and Pastoral Council of Saint Rose of Lima Parish invites all to be part of their Twelfth Annual Dinner Dance, "A Night of Roses," scheduled for Thursday, October 9, at Russo More...

Police Blotter from page 56 100 PRECINCT BLOTTER

Arrested: July 28, 2307 hours was Sydney Sargert, 31 of 75 Milford St., Brooklyn for forgery-2, possession of forged instrument-2, and seat belt violation at 17-13 Brookhaven Ave. More...

Eye On Physical Therapy

As a health care provider, I am often exposed to many stories of heartache as well as stories of triumph over physical ailments. One of the more memorable stories that was told to me by a patient was also one of the most heart wrenching. More...

Gold Celebration At Legion Post 272

Lou and Mary Romas celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary at American Legion Post 272, while at the same time, the Legion was conducting its installation ceremony. More...

LIPA Prepared For Above Normal Hurricane Season

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has announced that it is actively preparing to meet the challenges of a possible major hurricane impacting Long Island, based on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration More...

Rockaway Scenes From The Blackout Of 2003

Rockaway appears to have endured the Blackout of 2003 just as well as the rest of the city. More...

PHC Auxiliary Discusses Foot Care

The Peninsula Hospital Center Auxiliary welcomed Dr. Michael Barkin, Director of Podiatric Medical Education at PHC to a recent luncheon meeting. More...

Streamlined Bureaucracy

When students return to school Monday September 8, the buildings, the classrooms and the desks will all look the same, but since July 1, the bureaucracy, that supervises the New York City school system, has undergone a profound restructuring. More...

Thirteen Remembers 9/11 Anniversary

Thirteen, WNET New York, will commemorate the horrific events of September 11, 2001 and the victims who lost their lives that day with a week of new and encore presentations devoted to the building and demise of the World Trade Center, the city More...

West Nile Spraying This Weekend

Most of the Rockaway Peninsula and Broad Channel will be sprayed to reduce the mosquito population, weather permitting, this Sunday, August 24, from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. More...


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