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  1. Scenes From the Final Salute to a Fallen OfficerRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The New York Times

    Family, friends and about 500 officers gathered to say goodbye to Jonathan Narain, a Rikers Island correction officer, who was fatally shot on his way to work last week. A caravan of white Correction Department buses rumbled down Rockaway Boulevard in Ozone Park, Queens, on Thursday.


  2. Vaisakhi Mela festival a 'way to give back to community'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | Newsday

    The event in Glen Cove, marking the inception of the Sikh religion, featured dancing, music, vendors, food and children's carnival rides. Ranjit Singh of Ozone Park cooks bread pakora during the Vaisakhi Mela festival on Sunday in Glen Cove.


  3. How this respected NYPD cop became a 'brothel ringleader'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | New York Post

    When he began his career in law enforcement, he was the perfect cop - an ex-military man who threw himself into his new job on street patrol for Brooklyn Heights' 84th Precinct. Then 10 years ago, Ludwig Paz was hit in quick succession by an ugly divorce and a steep alimony judgment.


  4. Prepping for 878 overhaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | South Shore Record

    A year and a half after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced plans to renovate a section of State Route 878 measuring less than a mile, the state Department of Transportation has begun restriping the roadway, also known as the Nassau Expressway , and Rockaway Turnpike in preparation for detouring traffic around the upcoming $130 million construction project. According to state officials, 40,000 vehicles per day use Route 878, which stretches from Ozone Park, Queens, to the Atlantic Beach Bridge, in Lawrence.


  5. Love Story: Couple finds happily-ever-after was only a phone call awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Newsday

    In 1979, at age 19, I started my first full-time secretarial job with Carleton Stuart, an air-conditioning distributor in Long Island City, Queens. Bill Greenman, a stockbroker, often called the office to speak to my boss, a client and a friend.


  6. Shelter Watch: Platta loses No Homeless Shelters Party lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Glendale Register

    With the primary election this week, State Senate candidate Slawek Platta will have to win on the Republican line if he wants a chance to take on incumbent Joe Addabbo in the general. Despite collecting 4,000 signatures, Platta's "No Homeless Shelter" party has been kicked off the ballot by a judge, the Glendale Register has learned.


  7. Queens hotel permits reached historic highs in August. Why the party could soon be overRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 12 | The Real Deal

    Five of the Queens hotels permitted in August are clustered in a light manufacturing zone in Long Island City. Outer-borough hotel construction has been on a roll lately, with new construction in light manufacturing zones being a major driver.


  8. Snoozing high-roller robbed by 2 thieves at Queens casino: copsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | New York Post

    The 59-year-old female victim from Long Island fell asleep at a bar inside Resorts World Casino in South Ozone Park on Aug. 8 when the opportunistic duo struck sometime after 9:30 p.m., according to police. One of the pickpockets, a male, approached the victim from behind and lifted a purse from the back of the sleeping gambler's chair, cops said.


  9. The Suspected Hate Crime That Changed Her LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Truthdig

    Alauddin Akonjee immigrated to the U.S. in 2011 and served as an imam at two other mosques before landing at Al Furqan Jame Masjid in 2014. Every night, Alauddin Akonjee set the alarm clock in the bedroom of his home in Ozone Park, Queens, fearful he wouldn't wake in time for morning prayer.


  10. An Imam Was Gunned Down in New York City. His Wife Says It Was a Hate Crime.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Mother Jones

    A member of the Al-Furqan Jame Masjid mosque stands near a police sketch of a suspect believed to have shot the mosque's Imam, at the end of an evening prayer service at the mosque in the Ozone Park section of Queens, New York. Every night, Alauddin Akonjee set the alarm clock in the bedroom of his home in Ozone Park, Queens, fearful he wouldn't wake in time for morning prayer.


  11. The Daily News put a light on NYPD disciplinary abuses now being probed by blue-ribbon panelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | New York Daily News

    Former NYPD Detective Thomas Rice was forced to retire this year, and later pleaded guilty to criminal misconduct charge after his bogus investigations were exposed by the Daily News. A blue-ribbon panel investigating abuses of the disciplinary system in the NYPD has requested records of several controversial cases that were first exposed by the Daily News.


  12. John Brancaccio of Dix Hills, had heart center named after him, dies at 92Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | Newsday

    Educated as an engineer, Brancaccio's leisure time pursuits included ballroom dancing, doubles tennis and following the New York Yankees. John Brancaccio of Dix Hills at St. Francis Hospital's facility, which was named after him.


  13. Shelter Watch: Stop-Work Order IssuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Glendale Register

    The Department of Buildings has issued stop work orders at the site of the proposed homeless shelter in Glendale in late July for, among other things, concrete work that was not authorized. On Friday, August 24, Department of Environmental Protection inspector Alisa Balraj placed a stop work order sign on the premises, stating that following an inspection of the first floor and the roof, asbestos was found.


  14. Shelter Watch: The No Homeless Shelter PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Glendale Register

    State Senate candidate Slawomir Platta is on his way to having a ballot line in the November election called the "No Homeless Shelter Party." Political newcomer Platta, who is running in the Republican primary on September 12 for a chance to take on longtime Democrat Joseph Addabbo, is take the opposition to the mayor's plan to use facilities in Glendale and Ozone Park as shelter to another level.


  15. Readers sound off on Aretha, Cuomo, and school fundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | New York Daily News

    Hallandale Beach, Fla.: Aretha Franklin blossomed out of her father's church to become the most distinguished female black artist of all time, breaking boundaries while placing nearly 100 hits on Billboard's R&B Chart, 20 of them reaching No. 1. The Queen of Soul's hits included "Respect," A Natural Woman, "Chain of Fools," "Baby I Love You," "Angel," "Think," "Rock Steady," "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and "Freeway of Love."


  16. Michael Tornabe Goes Beyond the Contract for Top ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | School Bus Fleet

    Logan Bus Co.' s Michael Tornabe , SBF's Contractor of the Year, is seen here with colleague Corey Muirhead.


  17. Activist: 'We aren't going to let Port Richmond become a ghetto'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 |

    "We aren't going to let Port Richmond become a ghetto," said Mary Bullock of Port Richmond Strong, about the group's fight to prevent two boutique hotels from being built in the area. The group has now amassed nearly 1,000 signatures against the hotels on a petition, which they plan to present to various public officials with the hope of preventing them from being built, said Bullock.


  18. Landlord goes on hunger strike over new homeless shelterRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2018 | New York Post

    Mayor de Blasio's homeless policies are so hard to swallow for a Queens landlord that he's gone on a hunger strike. Saverio "Sam" Esposito, 53, said he stopped eating Monday in protest of Hizzoner's plan to establish a homeless shelter for 113 mentally ill men in his neighborhood by winter.


  19. Changing lives one woman at a timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2018 | Jackson Heights News

    Students come to the School Sisters of Notre Dame Educational Center for Women in search of education and leave with lifelong friends. Students at the School Sisters of Notre Dame Educational Center for Women receiving their certificates of achievement in GED and ESL.


  20. Nassau Authorities Seeking 71 Year-Old Missing Vulnerable Adult from South FarmingdaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 |

    August 6, 2018 - The Missing Person Squad is investigating a Missing Vulnerable Adult that occurred on Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 8:30 pm in South Farmingdale . According to detectives, Jesus Ayala, 71, was last seen walking on Main Street in South Farmingdale.


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