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A week devoted to Dining Astoria

To celebrate the array of culture, delicious foods and dining experiences in Astoria, the Central Astoria Local Development Corporation (CALDC) will host “Dining Astoria” week

Jill Ann Rudzewick-Vik Passes Away

Jill Ann Rudzewick-Vik, 46, passed away Thursday, June 7, after a battle with cancer. Rudzewick-Vik was a graduate of St. Stanislaus Kostka Elementary School, Christ

Weekly 104th Precinct blotter

Monday, June 4Joshua Rodriguez was arrested at 60-88 Myrtle Avenue for assault by Officer Abenati.Bernius Maldonado was arrested at 60-88 Myrtle Avenue for assault by

Parents criticize DOE for PCB removal

Education advocates continue to criticize the Education Department for what they say is a failure to remove light fixtures containing polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) from public

NYPD to cut 300 civilian workers

Despite calls from the City Council and municipal unions to fill Police Department desk jobs with civilians, a process known as “civilianization,” Police Commissioner Ray

Weekly 104th Precinct Blotter

Monday, May 14Terence Doherty was arrested at 79-60 Metroplitan Avenue for menacing by Officer Cullihan. Tuesday, May 15Gabriel Aldana was arrested at 62-67 60th Street

A week devoted to Dining Astoria

To celebrate the array of culture, delicious foods and dining experiences in Astoria, the Central Astoria Local Development Corporation (CALDC) will host “Dining Astoria” week

Jill Ann Rudzewick-Vik Passes Away

Jill Ann Rudzewick-Vik, 46, passed away Thursday, June 7, after a battle with cancer. Rudzewick-Vik was a graduate of St. Stanislaus Kostka Elementary School, Christ

Weekly 104th Precinct blotter

Monday, June 4Joshua Rodriguez was arrested at 60-88 Myrtle Avenue for assault by Officer Abenati.Bernius Maldonado was arrested at 60-88 Myrtle Avenue for assault by

Parents criticize DOE for PCB removal

Education advocates continue to criticize the Education Department for what they say is a failure to remove light fixtures containing polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) from public

NYPD to cut 300 civilian workers

Despite calls from the City Council and municipal unions to fill Police Department desk jobs with civilians, a process known as “civilianization,” Police Commissioner Ray

Weekly 104th Precinct Blotter

Monday, May 14Terence Doherty was arrested at 79-60 Metroplitan Avenue for menacing by Officer Cullihan. Tuesday, May 15Gabriel Aldana was arrested at 62-67 60th Street

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