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Man kills brother with frying pan in Ozone Park, Special investigator says principal of P.S 106 has to go & Wednesday events

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Wednesday, February 19th

Alternate side parking rules are suspended. meters still in effect.

• Showers, mainly before 5 p.m. Patchy fog after noon. High near 44.

Top Stories
• Weather forecasters says that even though the next few days will be warm, more winter weather is still on the horizon.

• Twenty five people were killed during a renewal of anti government protests in Ukraine.

• The first juror from the Micheal Dunn case in Florida has come forward and admitted that Dunn got away with murder

Queens Lighted Softball Association has limited openings in the Weeknight “Under the Lights” and its’ newly formed Sunday Divisions. For more info and to see what we are about, apply online @ www.QLSANY.com From the drop-down menu under online forms, select the one that applies. 
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Queens News
• Queens Borough President Melinda Katz is demanding that trustees of the Queens Library eliminate a secret $2 million golden parachute in the contract of the overpaid head of the library, Thomas Galante.

• The Special Commissioner of Investigation says that the principal of P.S. 106 in  Far Rockaway school should be fired.

• An Ozone Park man killed his younger brother with a frying pan after they got into a heated argument. 


• Bob Casale, the guitarist for the band Devo, passed away Tuesday at the age of 61.

• Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” debut raked in 11.3 million viewers.

• The Post says that even the UN should be congratulated for their recent stance against North Korea.  

• Fox News says GOP leaders in congress should continue to shun the Tea Party.

• Knicks fell to the Grizzlies 98-93. Check the recap here. Knick play the Pelicans tonight at 8 p.m. in New Orleans.

• Nets take on the Jazz tonight at 9 p.m. in Utah.

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Shoot Some Hoops! Martin Luther School’s Mid-Winter Basketball ClinicFeb 17th-21st 9AM-3PM Open to Boys & Girls Ages 6-14. All Skill Levels Welcome! For more information, contact Chris Brown 718-894-4000 ext 221 or email[email protected]
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Real Estate
• Latest news – A handful of NYC real estate developers are considering joining a non profit group that builds third world shelters every time a fancy apartment is bought.

• For sale – Glendale – Huge two family home. 18×63. Ready for updates, entire house is vacant. Full basement. Asking $579,000.
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• For sale – Howard Beach – Beautiful, sunny, large 750 sq. ft. one bedroom condo in immaculate building with elevator. Near shopping and transportation. Asking $169,000.
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• Sold - A 1048 square foot condo located at 4223 212th St. in Bayside for $610,950.

Health Awareness
• A Pakistani strain of polio is threating global efforts to eradicate the disease.

• For many older Americans, the new healthcare market place is driving down the cost of insurance premiums.



• Far Rockaway – 9 a.m. – Councilman Donovan Richards will hold a press conference to discuss the results of the Department of Education investigation into issues facing P.S. 106. 180 Beach 35th St.

• Jamaica – 11 a.m. – Black History Month Blood & Bone Marrow Drive. York College. 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.

• Jackson Heights – 12 p.m. – UPKNYC holds a community action meeting, Community United Methodist Church, 81-10 35th Ave.

• Murray Hill - 3:30 p.m. – Broadway and nightclub songs of New York with master vocalist Tom Smith. A free concert. Auburndale Library. 25-55 Francis Lewis Blvd.

• Bayside - 5 p.m. – Bayside Business Association presents – Grow Your Business with Social Media. Alma Bank. 213-11 Northern Blvd.

• Glen Oaks – 6 p.m. – Treating Mental Illness: a free seminar on treating co-occurring substance abuse disorders. Zucker Hillside Hospital. 266th St. and 76th Ave.

• Forest Hills – 7:30 p.m. – 112th Precinct Community Council meeting. 112th precinct. 68-40 Austin St.

Written by QTadmin

February 19th, 2014 at 1:17 pm

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