May 22, 2009 RSS feed / Top Stories

Pedestrian Struck In Arverne

Victim Struck Crossing Street

A female pedestrian was struck and injured in Arverne last Friday when a car backed up while she was crossing the street. At approximately 7:45 a.m. More...

Residents Can Get Absentee Ballots By Fax

The State Senate Elections Committee has approved legislation that would allow voters to request an absentee ballot by fax, substantially reducing the time it takes those voters to receive their ballots and making it easier for voters who are out o More...

LIPA Honored For Solar Energy Initiatives

The New York Solar Energy Industries Association (NYSEIA) has announced that the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) is the recipient of its 2009 Energy Policy Leadership Award. More...

Pheffer To Host Cease and Desist Hearing

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer (D-Queens) announced today that the New York Secretary of State will be conducting the only Queens based hearing related to the continuation of the cease and desist program on Thursday, May 28 from 7:00 p.m. More...

Excavation Suspended At National Grid MGP Site

Excavation work at the National Grid owned former manufactured gas plant site in Rockaway Park has been temporarily suspended for failing to obtain the proper trucking permits to cross the Marine Parkway Bridge, according to officials. More...

Local Fights Off Deranged Kid-Snatcher

A Belle Harbor man fought off a deranged attacker who was trying to snatch his son from in front of the Kings Plaza shopping center in Brooklyn, police say. More...

CBB Northbound Ramp Opens May 22

Newly constructed ramps to and from the Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge in Rockaway will reopen to motorists on May 22, just in time for Memorial Day weekend and the kickoff of the beach season. More...

Firefighters, Parks Clean Up Tribute Park

Firefighters and Parks workers came together last weekend to spruce up Tribute Park in advance of summer. More...


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