October 21, 2011 RSS feed / Top Stories

Traffic Light Has Personal Meaning For Sanders

Forty years ago a kindergartener was run down by a car at the corner of Hicksville Road and Beach 9 Street. More...

Dayton Beach Park Workers Rally for Their Jobs

The maintenance workers at Dayton Beach Park, who have been on strike since July, held a last ditch rally on Wednesday evening to convince shareholders that they need to get back to work. More...

Last Weeks For FEMA Aid

New York State and federal officials remind those who were affected by Hurricane Irene that they have only two weeks left to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for possible federal disaster assistance. More...

Former St. Camillus Pastor Arrested

The retired Marine Park pastor who was arrested last week for allegedly inappropriately touching two teenage boys in separate incidents also served as a pastor to St. Camillus Church. More...

Name Change For Rockaway Olympics

With the possibility of a lawsuit for trademark infringement looming in the future and the increasing chance that the New York City Police Department would pull its support from the planned event, the director for the coming Rockaway Olympics announc More...

Local Woman In Woodmere Scam

An unidentified Far Rockaway woman was taken to the cleaners by three Hispanic women in a scam that wound up with the victim standing on a Woodmere, Long Island street without her belongings or money. More...

Council Hosts The Story of New York Police Aviation

On Tap October 26

The exciting story of airborne police work comes in for a landing as the 100th Precinct Community Council hosts historian Bernie Feuer as he presents “Eyes in the Sky”: The Story of New York City Police Aviation, at their meeting on Wedn More...

Aqueduct Announces Grand Opening

An artist rendering of the new Aqueduct Racetrack. The operators of the new Aqueduct racetrack casino are planning on opening their doors just in time to revive the fall racing season at the struggling racetrack. More...


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