May 15, 2009 RSS feed / Community

100 Precinct CC Holds Annual Bake Sale

The 100 Precinct Community Council's Youth Committee held their annual Bake Sale last Saturday along the boardwalk in Rockaway Beach. More...

Titus To Hold Community Meeting

Assemblywoman Michele R. Titus (D-South Ozone Park) will hold a Community Meeting on Thursday, May 21, 2009, at 7:30 p.m., at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, located at 147th Avenue and 225 Street in Springfield Gardens. More...

Queens Civic Congress To Host Parks Forum At PS 114

The Queens Civic Congress (QCC) hosts a forum, "State of Queens Parks 2009" with First Deputy Parks Commissioner Liam Kavanagh, Queens Parks Commissioner Dorothy Lewandowski and Parks advocates, at a special membership meeting, Tuesday, May 19, 8:3 More...

Named 'Top Black Doctor'

Dr. Sandra Nurse, a member of the Queens Long Island Medical Group board of directors and a practicing Internal Medicine physician at the QLIMG, Rockaway Medical Office in Far Rockaway, has been named one of the top black doctors in New York City. More...

RWA Cleans Up The Beach

Students and community members ventured out with Rockaway Waterfront Alliance for a cleanup dedicated to cleaning the area in preparation for the upcoming Earth Day Rockaway Celebration. More...

National Grid Vols Work to Preserve Rockaway's Beaches

Fifty volunteers from National Grid descended on Rockaway Beach last Friday to clean up the beachfront as part of the company's 'Project: Preservation of the Rockaway Beaches.' The cleanup on May 8 began on Beach 26 Street ended on Beach 17 Street More...

AA 587 Memorial Big Draw On Mother's Day

Dozens of relatives of those who died when American Airlines Flight 587 crashed into Belle Harbor on November 12, 2001 came to the Beach 116 Street memorial on Mother's Day to commemorate the death of their loved ones. More...

'Crimes Of The Heart'

Opens At Fort Tilden

"Crimes of the Heart," Pulitzer Prize winning play by Beth Henley, opened last week at the Post Theatre in Fort Tilden. Directed by Peggy Page, the show runs for 2 more weekends with the closing performance on May 23. More...

M.Y. S.I.S.T.A.H Coming To Inwood

M.Y. S.I.S.T.A.H (Mentoring young sisters instilling self esteem teaching ambition honesty) African American Mentoring Program is coming to 360 Bayview Avenue, Inwood, on Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 3:00 p.m. More...

Union Construction Jobs Available

Local 79 Mason Tenders Union is accepting applications for their apprenticeship program. The program is open to everyone over 18 with a high school diploma or GED. You must be able to lift 50 to 75 pounds. More...

SJEH Hosts 'Healthy Hearts For Kids'

For children who are overweight or physically inactive and their parents, finding guidance and assistance can be difficult. Healthy Hearts for Kids is a support group to help children and their families make healthier lifestyle choices. More...

NC-4 Remembered On A Sunny Riis Park Day

The band from the King's Point Merchant Marine Academy played the "NC-4 March," written shortly after the flight to honor its success, as well as other military tunes. All photos by Howard Schwach. More...

Peninsula Names Employees Of Excellence

Peninsula Hospital Center named Yvette Hall, Department of Imaging Services, as its Second Quarter Employee of Excellence. Yvette has been with the Hospital Center for a total of 30 years. More...


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