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Ozone Park Home Scorched By Blaze
      Firefighters worked quickly to extinguish a one-alarm fire that charred the second floor of an Ozone Park home on Monday, Nov. 5. According to FDNY sources, the blaze broke out at around 10:42 a.m.
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APT. HOUSE BURNED IN GREENPOINT BLAZE
      Four people were injured after a two-alarm fire engulfed an apartment house in Greenpoint on the morning of Oct. 26, Fire Department sources said. Reportedly, the inferno ignited at around 9:15 a.m.
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Youths Help Clean Up Bridge In Elmhurst
      Students from Maspeth High School’s Green Club recently teamed up with members of the Juniper Park Civic Association (JPCA) to cleanup and repaint the Grand Avenue overpass near Elmhurst Park.
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A Fund-Raiser For Kate
      The Kate Tschernoletz Foundation held its annual fund-raising dinner dance on Friday, Oct, 26 at Douglaston Manor.
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Volunteers: Here’s What To Watch For
OSHA Offers Sandy Safety Tips
     The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is urging workers and members of the public engaged in Hurricane Sandy cleanup and recovery efforts to be aware of the hazards they might encounter and the steps they should take to protect themselves.
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Hurricane Price Gougers Soon To Feel AG’s Wrath
Buyers Should Be Wary Of Scams
     Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced an investigation into post-Hurricane Sandy price gouging after receiving hundreds of complaints from consumers across the state of New York.
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Math Wizards Compete At Glendale School
      Two sixth-graders took the top spots at Sacred Heart School’s intermediate math bee held last month at the Glendale institution.
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LIC Halloween Parade A Real Treat
      The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy didn’t stop Long Island City residents from celebrating Halloween last Wednesday night, Oct.
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Community Stars Go Dancing In Woodside
      St. Teresa Parish in Woodside was the home for Dancing with the Community Stars, a fund-raiser for the Sunnyside-Woodside Boys & Girls Club.
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Helping The Needy In Forest Park
      Fourth- and fifth-grade students of P.S. 97 in Woodhaven joined State Sen. Joseph Addabbo and Mr. Met at the Forest Park Bandshell on Tuesday, Oct.
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It’s A Girl!
      City Council Member Eric Ulrich and his wife, Yadira, welcomed into the world their daughter, Lily Ulrich, last Wednesday night, Oct. 31.
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Church Gets Donation At Country Breakfast
      At the Glendale Maspeth United Methodist Church’s Country Breakfast on Saturday, Oct.
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Pink Was In Style At Sacred Heart
      In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the students, teachers and faculty at Glendale’s Sacred Heart School wore pink clothing and donated money on Oct.
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Doing The Monster Mash At A Glendale Dance
      Glendale residents young and old celebrated All Hallow’s Eve on Oct. 27 by dressing up in costume for St. Pancras School’s Halloween dance.
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Halloween-Time Fun At Maria Hernandez Park
      EcoStation:NY and Arts In Bushwick teamed up on Sunday, Nov. 4 to present its annual “¡Calabazafest!” at Maria Hernandez Park in Bushwick.
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A LONG ROAD BACK: Queens Pours Out Heart To Help Storm Victims
      Whether they traveled a few miles or more than a thousand miles, local civic groups, religious organizations and elected officials lent their helping hands to the victims of Hurricane Sandy in Howard
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