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Morning Buzz: Four people rescued after being trapped underwater in their truck in Breezy Point; Rockaway apartment fires leave dozens homeless.

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Tuesday, September 11

• Cloudy with a high of 80, low of 66.

Top Stories
• Five 9/11 suspects have still not faced trial for the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil.

• The U.S. Open umpire that reprimanded Serena Williams is being defendedbecause it is said that he followed the rules.

• Hurricane Florence forces 1 million people to flee.

9-11 Candlelight Vigil  Tues Sept 11th 7:30pm Celebrate our Country’s strength and remember those who lost their lives.  Bring a candle/flashlight, an American flag and a chair.  Juniper Valley Park 9-11 Memorial, Juniper Valley Park Field

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Queens News
• A Far Rockaway apartment fire left dozens homeless.

• Four people were rescued after becoming entrapped underwater in their truckin Breezy Point during a fishing trip.

 A Bayside actor makes his way into Hollywood with a film about Queens in the 1980’s.

• White House staff are now required to leave their phones in their offices before they enter the situation room due to heightened paranoia of people recording.

• Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that Trump’s zero tolerance policy is completely moral.

• Ben Affleck is supported by his brother as he faces another try at rehab for his alcoholism.

• Cardi B said she does not regret throwing the stiletto at Nicki Minaj and would do it again if the same situation arose.

Buzzing Back

• In 2001 the attack on America occurred.  At 9:06 am President Bush learns of attack on World Trade Center.

• In 1967 singer Harry Connick Jr. is born in New Orleans. In 1994, he married this former Victoria’s Secret model.

• The New York Times thinks that a drive by shooting, like the one that killed Delmonte Johnson, is a way that far too many young Americans die by. 

• The Daily News discusses how the youth of today only have a hazy memory of what happened on September 11th seventeen years ago.

In the Blogs
• Court Square Animal hospital to open at 42-38 Crescent Street.

 Police release photos of a reported bus pervert in Elmhurst.

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• The Mets (66-77) game against the Miami Marlins was postponed due to inclement weather but a doubleheader will take place at Citi Field tomorrow at 4:10 p.m.

• The Yankees (90-54) beat the Minnesota Twins yesterday 7-2 and will play them again today at 8:10 p.m.

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9-11 Tribute  Tues Sept 11th 7pm  Please join us at the Memorial Garden for a Tribute to those lost on 9/11/01.  Bayside Memorial Garden, Northside of the Horace Harding Expressway & Bell Blvd, Bayside

Real Estate
• Check out the progress that has been made at the World Trade center 17 years later.

• For Rent – Forest Hills - Renovated 2BR apt for rent – tenant pays heat & hot water.  Asking $1,950/month.  Joann C. Realty 917-371-4034. 

• For Sale - Middle Village North – Large, detached one family on 40×100 corner lot features 3 full baths, oak floors, large finished basement, 2 car garage.  PS 49, 2 blocks to park.  Asking $988,000  Lou Pastorini @ Coldwell Banker Phillips. 718-326-3900 ext 111

• Sold – Far Rockaway – A three bedroom, two bathroom, 1,490 square-foot house at 226 Beach 140th Street for $800,000, Zillow.

• Apple and Google pay are coming to 7-Eleven this month.

• Samsung’s Smart Things tracker uses LTE to find things you lost.

• Flushing – TBD – The Mets opening ceremony commemoration on the 17th Anniversary of September 1th.

• Bayside - 7 p.m. – 9-11 Tribute.  Bayside Memorial Garden, Northside Horace Harding Expwy and Bell Blvd.

• Middle Village – 7:30 p.m. – 9-11 Candlelight Vigil.  Juniper Valley Park

Written by QTadmin

September 11th, 2018 at 12:19 pm

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