October 15, 2010 RSS feed / Top Stories

Rockaway Task Force Meeting Set For October 20

Councilmember Eric A. Ulrich is urging residents to attend the second public meeting of the Rockaway Task Force and discuss important issues facing the peninsula. More...

Mayor, DOH Urge Flu Shots For Those At Risk

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg joined Health Commissioner Thomas Farley at the Sedgwick Pharmacy in the Bronx on Wednesday to get his flu shot, and urged all New Yorkers to get vaccinated before flu season officially begins in New York City. More...

Pheffer Receives Support For Re-Election Campaign

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has announced that her campaign for reelection to the New York State Assembly has continued to receive many endorsements. More...

Kids Are More Overweight Than Parents Think

A new study from the Health Department suggests that many parents are failing to recognize weight problems in New York City’s children. More...

Mott Avenue Street Closures

Street closures will continue on Beach 22 Street between Mott and Loretta Avenues on the following dates in support of construction work at the Far Rockaway Mott Avenue train station. More...

New Voting Machine Changes Continue On Election Day

Even if you’ve been voting in elections for decades, this year’s experience will be entirely new, Board of Elections officials point out. More...

Cop Killer Once Again Coming Up For Parole

A man who robbed an Edgemere social club in April of 1980, a robbery that officials say led directly to the shooting death of Police Officer Robert Sorrentino, is once again up for parole next month, according to the cop’s family and sources a More...

Power Surge Investigation In Final Stages

Some Worry LIPA Will Use Policy To Deny Claims

The investigation as to why a power surge wiped out electronic components and appliances in a large chunk of the west end is in its “final stages,” a spokesperson for the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) told The Wave this week, adding More...

Temporary Belt Bridge Will Save 18 Months

One of the seven Belt Parkway bridges currently under restoration until 2015 is the Fresh Creek Bridge near the Pennsylvania Avenue exit. More...

City Sets Senior Citizen Alert System

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has signed historic legislation making New York City one of the first municipalities to create a Silver Alert system to aid police in the search for missing older adults with dementia. More...

DCA Warns Of Used Car Bait-And-Switch

Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Jonathan Mintz has announced the results of a 12-week investigation into used car advertising and the bait-and-switch tactics targeted to lure consumers into their dealerships. More...

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