Saturday Jul 26
New York Post
The detective who saves NYC from swarms of bees
Fifty-miles-per-hour winds ripped through Fort Greene Park as Detective Specialist Anthony Planakis looked up at the tree in front of him.
The New York Observer
S.J. Jung and Toby Stavisky Neck and Neck in Cash War
Queens State Senator Toby Stavisky has raised less money than her rival, S.J. Jung, but the veteran lawmaker's camp is convinced her haul shows the momentum still lies with her.
7Bus to offer special $10 LIRR strike fare
Bill Schoolman, owner and CEO of 7BUS, the Long Island-to-New York bus company, plans on offering expanded service in the event of an LIRR strike later this month.
Artists, Musicians and Dancers Wanted for Outdoor Art Festival
The Rego Park Green Alliance , a nonprofit promoting various projects that seek to engage the local community, is seeking artists, musicians, dancers, poets and others to perform outdoors around the borough as part of a day-long art festival this fall.
Queens Woman Drowns in Dix Hills Pool
A Queens woman drowned in a backyard swimming pool in Dix Hills, authorities said Sunday.
Departing 112th Precinct Commander Oversaw 2 Years Without a Single Murder
After more than two years at the helm of the 112th Precinct , in which not a single murder was recorded, Commanding Officer Capt.
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