November 13, 2009 RSS feed / Top Stories

Brooklyn Man Shot On Beach 99 Street

A Brooklyn man was shot in the chest and back as he stood on the street in front of 217 Beach 99 Street on November 5, police say. More...

Feds Seek To Guarantee CBB Rebate Remains

Senators Charles Schumer and Kirs ten Gillibrand have put their support behind legislation introduced by Sta ten Island Congressman Michael Mc Mahon that would protect resident toll discounts throughout the country, which includes the Cross Bay Bri More...

High Demand Strains Flu-Shot Supply

With H1N1 influenza dominating the headlines, New Yorkers have turned out in record numbers for seasonal flu shots this fall - depleting vaccine supplies and prompting the Health Department to issue new recommendations for vaccination. More...

H1N1 Vaccination Clinics Expanding For People With Special Needs

The Health Department announced today that it is further expanding its weekend H1N1 vaccination clinics to cover a broader range of New Yorkers. More...

Chapey's City Funding Dries Up

The City Council and the city's Department for the Aging (DFA) have turned off the money spigot that provided Democratic District Leader Geraldine Chapey and her non-profit senior transportation program, Trinity Senior Services, with more than a mi More...

Stabber Pleads Guilty To Killing Rival

A Far Rockaway man who wanted to "teach a lesson" to a Jamaica, Queens man to stay away from his girlfriend has pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing the man in the heart in June 2008. More...

FR Bandit Robs In North Valley Stream

A Rockaway Park man was arrested last week for robbing a man and woman at gunpoint while wearing a hockey mask in North Valley Stream, according to police. More...

Relatives Mourn On Eighth Anniversary Of AA 587 Crash

Although the crowd was diminished this year, and the weather was once again daunting, a few hundred people turned out to mourn and remember the victims of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 into the streets of Belle Harbor on More...

Pheffer Urges Furnace Fan Energy Program

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer wants area residents to be aware of LIPA's Efficient Furnace Fan Program, which offers savings with new oil, gas or propane heating systems. More...


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