June 25, 2010 RSS feed / Top Stories

Aqueduct Deal: ‘It Stinks, But It’s Probably Not Illegal’

Odds Against Racino Principals Getting Jail Time

Insiders say that political leaders such as Malcolm Smith, Gregory Meeks and Floyd Flake may face shame, but it is unlikely that they will face criminal charges in relation to the politically-driven decision to name the Aqueduct Entertainment Group More...

Far Rock Man Shot

A Far Rockaway man was shot while riding in a car through West Babylon on Sunrise Highway last Friday afternoon, Suffolk County police said. More...

State Will Regulate Debt Collectors

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has announced Assembly passage of legislation she introduced to require third-party debt collectors and debt buyers to obtain a license from the Department of State (A.3926-D). More...

DEP Launches Jamaica Bay Treatment Measures

Environmental Protection Commissioner Cas Holloway has announced the launch of the first phase of enhanced treatment measures to reduce the amount of nitrogen being discharged into Jamaica Bay at 26th Ward Wastewater Treatment Plant, a plan that wil More...

New York City Introduces ‘Clicking With Caution’ Campaign

Schools Chancellor Joel I. More...

Few Students Slated For BCHS Freshman Class

New School ‘Aggressively Taking Over Building’

The off-again, on-again status of a local high school has caused a new problem for its administrators and staff — nobody seems to want to go there. More...

Koppel Death Ruled An Accident

The New York City Chief Medical Examiner reported this week that famed newscaster, Ted Koppel’s son, Andrew Koppel, overdosed on a combination of alcohol, heroin, cocaine and valium. More...

Meeks Admits Didn't Disclose Loans

Won’t Say Who Loaned Him The Money

Congressman Gregory Meeks has admitted to House officials that he took $55,000 in personal loans without disclosing the loans on his last financial reports, but has refused to disclose who gave him the money or what he did with it, as required by th More...

Settlement In Dog Maul Case

The Wave has learned that the city has settled a lawsuit with a Rockaway woman who was mauled by a pack of wild dogs on the boardwalk at Beach 69 Street nearly a decade ago. More...

Students Win To Keep Free Metro Cards

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is happy that the city and the MTA found a way to allow students to keep their valued MetroCards next school year. More...

Bloomberg Launches Fatherhood Initiative

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has announced the launch of a citywide fatherhood initiative to strengthen New York City families by helping fathers be active in their children’s lives. More...

New York City Brings Its CERT Team To Haiti

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Commissioner Joseph F. Bruno and Fire Department (FDNY) Commissioner Salvatore J. More...


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