Donate love to needy families this Valentine’s Day at Glendale church
RIDGEWOOD TIMES/Photo by Anthony Giudice

Donate with the one you love this Valentine’s Day. State Senator Joseph Addabbo is once again teaming up with Sacred Heart Church in Glendale to host a Valentine’s Day food drive to collect donations for the parish’s food bank. After a successful holiday food drive that gathered food which allowed dozens of families to have […]

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Editorial: Keep the massage parlors honest

Their storefronts are often covered with thick curtains or tinted glass, making it nearly impossible for passersby to see in. There are colorful neon signs calling the business a spa, often accompanied by handwritten notices advertising discounts on back and foot rubs. More and more of these types of “spas” have opened up on shopping […]

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Rubdown crackdown: Pols seek new laws to stop illegal massage parlors
Photo by Kelly Marie Mancuso

Illegal massage parlors have been rubbing Queens the wrong way recently, so two lawmakers are seeking enhanced legislation to put an end to such unlawful establishments. Assemblyman Mike Miller and state Senator Joseph Addabbo have introduced a package of bills, created to curb the increase of openings of these massage parlors that promote illegal sexual activities, […]

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Woodhaven civic to city: We don’t like Select Bus plan for Woodhaven Blvd.
Photo by Suzanne Monteverdi

BY SUZANNE MONTEVERDI Woodhaven residents and their elected officials have spoken: the Select Bus Service (SBS) plan for Woodhaven Boulevard needs some serious revision. The proposal highlighted the Woodhaven Residents’ Block Association (WRBA) meeting on Saturday afternoon. Attendees raised concerns regarding the plan as it is currently being presented include the placement of pedestrians waiting for the bus […]

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DEP begins $30M project to install litter capture devices near Newtown Creek
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BY KIRSTEN E. PAULSON Newtown Creek is getting a huge investment toward improving its health and restoring its natural beauty. Emily Lloyd, commissioner of the city’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), announced Monday that construction has begun on a $30 million project to build litter capture devices at four points in the creek’s vicinity. The project is […]

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