September 4, 2009 RSS feed / Top Stories

MPB Breezy Point Exit Closes 9/14

The ramp from the Marine Parkway Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge to the Breezy Point exit will close for approximately 10 days starting on Monday, September 14 for planned necessary structural concrete repairs by MTA Bridges and Tunnels. More...

City Aims To Facilitate Graffiti Removal

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced new Council legislation that will facilitate the removal of graffiti, a continuing problem and a challenge to law enforcement along the Rockaway peninsula. More...

Comptroller Candidates Make Case For Rockaway Vote

Candidates for city comptroller made their case for election as the Democratic nominee during a meeting of the Good Democratic Government Club last week. More...

Van Knocks Down Long Island Power Authority Pole And Wires

A LIPA pole was knocked out of its foundation last Thursday when, according to witnesses, a van slammed into it on the corner of Beach 14 Street, across from Heyson Road. More...

LIPA Energy Rebate

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer (D-Queens) wants area residents to be aware of LIPA's Efficiency Long Island Program, which offers rebates and initiatives to LIPA's residential and commercial customers. More...

FR Woman Hurt In CT Car Crash

A car crash in Norfolk, Connecticut Saturday sent a Far Rockaway woman and one other to the hospital with minor injuries, according to published reports. More...

101 Precinct Arrests Car Mirror Thief

After being stymied for approximately two months, the 101 Precinct has arrested a perpetrator who has allegedly been stealing car mirrors from vehicles in Far Rockaway. More...

Weiner Holds Health Care Town Hall

Congressman Anthony Weiner, of the 9th Congressional District and a member of the Health Subcommittee and the Energy and Commerce Committee, hosted a Town Hall meeting on health care Tuesday night at Kingsborough Community College. More...

Main Street' Development Program Becomes Law

Broad Channel State Senator Shirley L. Huntley announced today that a significant State Senate economic development initiative to revitalize cities, towns and villages across the state has been signed into law by Governor Paterson. More...

DOE Announces Registraton Centers

The New York City Department of Education has announced that it will open 12 student registration centers on Monday, August 31, to enroll new students for the opening of school. More...

City Outlines Plans To Prepare For Flu Season

Mayor Michael R. More...

Buildings Inspectors Will Be Tracked With GPS

Buildings Commissioner Robert Li- Mandri announced a new program that will use global-positioning system (GPS) technology to track the locations of the Department's 379 inspectors throughout the City. More...


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