• August 20, 2014
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More than bumps in the road on 101st St.

A white minivan turns onto 101st Street from 101st Avenue and begins racing up the desolate mainly industrial Ozone Park block. Suddenly the red brake lights, like tiny distant explosions, light up. A screech is heard. The driver stops, th… Comments (0)

Six ex-library trustees lose bid to keep seats

The six former Queens Library trustees who took Borough President Melinda Katz and state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to federal court in a bid to retain their volunteer positions on the board suffered a major setback Tuesday.… Comments (0)

Meeks adds name to Comrie’s camp

Tuesday’s press conference on a St. Albans Street corner was intended to cement support at all levels of government for Leroy Comrie.But the longest shadow at the Farmers Boulevard meeting may have been cast by a man who was not the… Comments (1)

Liu stresses unity in run for Senate

He has plenty of campaign funding, support from the Democratic Party and backing from many large unions, but does John Liu have what it takes to beat incumbent state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) for the 11th District seat?Liu thinks… Comments (1)

Not just back to school, back to life

Jim, an English and science teacher, stands by the board, looking at his class expectantly.“Does anyone know?” he asks. “What do we think?” Comments (0)

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