January 29, 2010 RSS feed / Top Stories

Asbestos Removal Begins At Mott Ave. Subway Station

New Platform Closures Due In February

As work on the Rockaway A line continues, the next phase of the restoration has begun – the rehabilitation of the Mott Avenue subway station in Far Rockaway. More...

Councilmen Get New Committee Assignments

With the coming of the new legislative year, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has made new committee assignments, and both of our Councilmen received new areas of responsibility. More...

$45M Home Heating Aid Coming

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced that $45,029,122 in emergency home heating aid is coming to New York State to help seniors and low income families deal with heating bills this winter. More...

Bellamy Defense Happy With Judge’s Decision

Kareem Bellamy sat at the defense table in the Queens courtroom, eyes focused on Judge Joel Blumenfeld, the man who was to decide his immediate future, surrounded by his team of public defenders. More...

Rockaway Dollar Vans Underinsured

A Long Island insurance broker has been charged with insurance fraud, among other crimes, for underinsuring Rockaway dollar vans and allegedly cheating insurance companies out of at least $150,000 in premiums, Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Queens Councilmembers Back Peebles/MGM Aqueduct Bid

The three New York City Council representatives of the Southeast Queens Community have weighed into the deadlocked negotiations for the operation of the proposed Video Lottery Terminal at Aqueduct Racetrack. More...

Heavy Winds Bring Down Scaffold

The heavy winds resulting from Monday’s rainstorm brought down a scaffold structure outside 433 Beach 40 Street around 12 noon. More...

MTA Security Program Falls Short

After eight years of missteps and delays, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has completed a number of important security improvements, such as hardening its facilities against a terrorist attack, but the MTA may run out of money before More...


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