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A chasm forms over plaza in City Line

When Community Board 9 Chairman Ralph Gonzalez took an informal poll of the audience at last Thursday night’s meeting on the City Line pedestrian plaza, the results required a recount.First he asked supporters to stand, then he aske… Comments (0)

Sen. Stavisky takes the race seriously

Just because state Sen. Toby Stavisky has been in office for 14 years doesn’t mean she’s not fighting to stay there.Stavisky, 76, will face businessman and Korean-American activist S.J. Jung, 50, in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary fo… Comments (0)

Queens NAN reviews Staten Island march

The Queens Chapter of the National Action Network had numerous representatives on Aug. 23 during a march in Staten Island to protest the death of Eric Garner while he was being arrested in July.On Monday, the Rev. Phil Craig, presid… Comments (0)

Club donates big bucks to volunteers

After nearly 67 years of helping residents, the Whitestone Volunteer Ambulance Service just got a bit of help themselves.At a meeting on Aug. 20, the Woman’s Club of Malba presented the free 24-hour ambulance service with a $100,000… Comments (0)

Costa calls for gun registry to go public

Councilman Costa Constantinides (D-Astoria) announced the introduction of legislation that is aimed to keep the community informed of gun violence in the neighborhood.The bill, primarily sponsored by Constantinides and Councilmen Ri… Comments (0)

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