September 18, 2009 RSS feed / Top Stories

Wavecrest Man Missing Since 9/10

Kendrick Webster, 46, of 146 Beach 24 Street has been missing since September 10. Police are asking for the public's assistance in locating Webster. More...

NYPD Officially Opens TD 23 Headquarters

HQ Situated Inside Beach 116 Street Subway Station

A large crowd of community members attended the ceremony and a tour of the new facility. More...

Cease And Desist Program Is Enhanced

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has announced that the time period to provide evidence for the need to continue the Cease and Desist Program has been extended by New York Secretary of State Lorraine Corres-Vasques. More...

NYFD Sets Record For Response Time

The New York City Fire Department is responding to fires faster than at any other time on record, Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta announced today, crediting new dispatch protocols and improved technology for lowering response time. More...

Dog Basher Busted Through Facebook

A Rockaway man was tracked down through the social networking site, Facebook, and arrested last week in connection with the brutal beating of his boyfriend's dog, according to authorities. More...

Local Charged In Plattsburgh Drug Bust

An upstate New York cocaine and prescription drug bust resulted in 14 arrests last week, including that of a 19- year-old Far Rockaway resident, according to published reports. More...

Pheffer Applauds T- Mobile's Decision

Assembly Consumer Affairs and Protection Committee Chair Audrey I. More...

Paterson: NYCOTB To Be Restructured

Governor David A. Paterson signed Executive Order No. 27, authorizing the New York City Off- Track Betting Corporation (NYCOTB) to file a petition for reorganization under Chapter 9 of the federal bankruptcy code. More...

First Anniversary Of Enhanced Driver License

Commissioner David J. More...

Representative Weiner Blasts Plan to Freeze COLAs

Representative Anthony Weiner blasted the plan to deny Social Security recipients cost of living adjustments (COLA) in 2010 and 2011. This would be the first time since 1975 that there wouldn't be an increase to Social Security payments. More...


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