September 18, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings

Sept. 19, 7:30 p.m., sharp, United Community Civic Association; Augustana Lutheran Church Hall, 69-05 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria Heights. More...

QCC Kicks Off 2002-2003 Season With ‘South Pacific’

No passport is necessary for an enchanted evening at the Queensborough Community College Theater as Rodgers & Hammerstein More...

Library Locations

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Restaurant of the Week


Of The WeekZlata Praha Has Festival Of Czech Cuisine

Every trip to Zlata Praha is special, particularly in the fall More...



Move Primary Day
From September To June

Primary elections in New York City, including those in Queens, are mostly contests among Democrats and rarely attract even a quarter of eligible voters to the polls. More...


One Year Later:
Remembrance And Renewal

New Yorkers marked the first anniversary of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in a moving, solemn ceremony at the World Trade Center site, in which the names of all 2,801 people whose lives were taken there were read. More...

Protecting Yourself

From West Nile Virus

This summer the news has been filled with reports of the spread of West Nile across the United States. More...

New Parking Plan Gets Nod From Locals

The angle parking being installed on the east side of 31st Street between Ditmars Boulevard and 21st Avenue has been sought by area residents and local business owners and operators for years, according to George Delis, Community Board 1 district man More...

Political Page

Manton Sees Victories In Primaries, Re-elected County Leader

There were few contentious races in last Tuesday More...

Gallagher Sponsors Cleanup

City Councilmember Dennis Gallagher (R More...

Bloomberg, Councilmembers

Attend Mayoral Summit

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, City Councilmember Peter Vallone, Jr., Assemblymembers Michael Gianaris and Matthew Mirones and state Senator Dean Skelos will attend the Summit of the Mayors of the World in Athens, Greece. More...



Vets Group Wins $218 M For Wheelchair Corner Curbs

Under a settlement of a case brought by the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association against the city of New York, the city agreed to spend about $218 million to make all of its 158,738 street corner curbs accessible to wheelchair users. More...

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