May 14, 2010 RSS feed / Top Stories

Cops Seek Gun-Toting Robbery Thugs

Detectives from the 101 Precinct Squad are looking for two armed suspects who walked into a Far Rockaway check cashing store and robbed it of more than $140,000 on May 8. Police say the brazen robbery took place at approximately 8:15 a.m. More...

Daily MP Bridge Lifts Are Over

The daily multiple bridge lifts that required full periodic closure of the Marine Parkway Bridge since the beginning of this year are now complete. More...

Lottery Division Deals New Aqueduct Deck

In one final attempt to rid the bidding process of political tinkering, the New York State Lottery Commission has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to develop and operate a video gaming Racino at the aging Aqueduct Racetrack in South Ozone Park. More...

Bloomberg Testifies About Guns, Terrorism

On Tuesday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly testified in Washington, D.C. Bloomberg released his testimony on Wednesday. More...

Assembly Passes Subscription Renewal Law

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer is pleased to announce that legislation she sponsored to provide increased consumer protections for magazine subscribers, has passed the Assembly. More...

‘Gonna Get A Gun To Shoot You’

Cops Bust Rockaway Beach Stalker

An alleged stalker was busted by police in Rockaway Beach after vowing to gun down the man he had been stalking. More...

Busted For Using Door For Batting Practice

A Broad Channel man was busted on April 24 when he began smashing a glass apartment building door with a baseball bat. More...

'Evening Stroll' Ends in Shooting Death

A man who went for an evening stroll with his girlfriend on a Bayswater street wound up dead when several bullets tore into his body, police say. More...

November Vote Likely On City Charter Changes

Rockaway voters could have the chance this fall to make major changes in the balance of power in city government and the way the city does business; overhaul development procedures; and possibly make city elections nonpartisan, as a panel appointed More...

Restaurants React To DOH Proposal

The New York City Department of Health (DOH) is set to implement a new restaurant inspection system this July in which letter grades will be posted in the front window of each establishment, making it visible for the public to see how clean their fa More...

New Group Seeks To Maintain FD Hiring Standards

Paul Mannix A Man With A Mission

Deputy Chief Paul Mannix, who works for the fire department at Division Six in the Bronx, is a man with a mission. More...

LIPA Issues ‘Build America Bonds’

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) issued $210 million Series B Build America Bonds. More...


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