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Son of Sam Is Back

By the time he was in the sixth grade, he began getting into trouble at school, committing acts of petty vandalism, breaking car windows and becoming a pyromaniac, setting and extinguishing small fires. He also started torturing and killing small animals, one of which was his mother’s pet parakeet. Oddly enough, by the time he […]

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Class Action Lawsuit Threatened: Critics Say Airport Noise Devalues Queens Homes

A consortium of civic leaders and Queens property owners is planning to institute a class action lawsuit against the Port Authority of N.Y. & N.J. and all of the aviation companies operating out of LaGuardia Airport charging that real estate values in certain communities has been lowered due to excessive aircraft noise. In a request […]

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Fun in the Sun

Barbecues and baseball, beaches and bicycling, bandshells and lots of fun in the great outdoors. Here in Queens there is plenty of open space to picnic, sunbathe, jog, horseback ride, birdwatch, swim and listen to concerts. We have more open space and parkland than anywhere else in the City. Queens is the borough of parks […]

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A Boat to Shea: A Ferry Good Idea?

With both the Mets and the Yankees expected to finish in the top of their divisions this year –possibly setting the stage for the first Mets-Yankees series ever–a new phrase may be added to the old description of a "subway series." It could very well be the first "ferry series" also. Mayor Rudy Giuliani has […]

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Are We a Target? JFK Vulnerable to Terrorists As World Tensions Reach Boiling Point

John F. Kennedy Airport is a city under siege this week as international tensions rose to a fever pitch amid charges that anti-terrorist precautions at individual airlines were sorely lacking. John Clabby, president of Corporate Loss Prevention Associates of Long Island City, who is an anti-terrorist consultant to five airlines at Kennedy, described the airport […]

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