February 25, 2011 RSS feed / Top Stories

Detectives Seek January Bank Robber

Detectives from the 100 Precinct and the NYPD’s major case squad are looking for the man who robbed the Capital One Bank branch, 116-01 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, at about 5:15 p.m. on January 5. More...

City Housing Crimes Up, 101 Pct Housing Crimes Down

Despite a 2.3 percent rise in crimes citywide in New York City housing developments, the 101 Precinct recently reported more than a 50 percent decrease in crime for 2010 – a trend that has continued into 2011. More...

AG Sues Illegal Cigarette Websites

New York State Attorney General Eric T. More...

Meeks Safe In New Zealand

On “Security Junket”

Congressman Gregory W. Meeks, a senior member of the House Committees on Foreign Services, and Financial Services, has been reported safe after a powerful 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck the New Zealand city of Christchurch. More...

Mayor Bloomberg Signs Beach, Boardwalk Smoking Ban

On Tuesday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed the bill banning smoking on beaches and in parks and public plazas. More...

Stabbing At Sandcastle Houses

At what was once thought of as one of the safest places in Far Rockaway, police responded to a stabbing call, and what may have also been an attempted robbery, last Sunday morning at 711 Seagirt Avenue, the former Roy Reuther Houses, now the Sandcast More...

NPS Tries To Combat Illegal Dumping

In the vastness of Gateway National Recreation Area is the ability to illegally dump garbage, and in many cases construction materials are being dumped alongside the road or in hidden areas of the park. More...


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