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FBI’s Big Mob Dig At Ozone Park Home Of Late ‘Goodfella’
      Federal agents began digging through an Ozone Park backyard on Monday, June 17, for the remains of a long-missing reputed mobster.
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Slocum Disaster Victims Honored In M.V.
      Civic leaders marked the 109th anniversary of the tragic fire on the Slocum in 1904 with a ceremony last Saturday, June 15, at the Slocum Memorial in Middle Village’s All Faiths Cemetery.
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Drama Club Shows Off American Pride At Their Ridgewood Show
      Students from P.S. 81 in Ridgewood held their American Symbols on Parade presentation Monday, June 17. The act was put on by the Fabulous Fifth—a group of the school’s fifth-graders.
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Photo Submissions And Requests
     Photographs submitted to the Times Newsweekly/Ridgewood Times should be in electronic high resolution (300dpi) JPEG (.jpg) or TIFF (.tif) formats.
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Assembly Members Honor Barristers
      Two members of the Brandeis Association received proclamations from Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic during the association’s recent scholarship luncheon.
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106TH PCT. COP DISARMED DINER
      The 106th Precinct Community Council named P.O. Anthony Gallo its Cop of the Month during its June 12 meeting at the precinct’s stationhouse in Ozone Park.
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QNS. COURT CLERK EARNS HIGH HONOR
      The New York State Court of Appeals held its Law Day celebration on May 1, during which Queens resident Tracy Catapano-Fox, chief clerk of the Queens Supreme Court Civil Term, received the Merit Perf
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Crashed Car Into Glendale Wall
      Two people suffered injuries after the car they were riding in crashed into the wall of the Mount Hebron Cemetery on Myrtle Avenue near 73rd Place in Glendale at 8:30 a.m.
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Lively Sounds At Ridgewood Party
      Mitra Sumara, a well-known pre-revolution Iranian pop and funk band, performed at a private party recently held on the roof of the former Ridgewood Times building on Cypress Avenue, which is now a co
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World Tour At Bushwick School
      P.S. 299 in Bushwick held its multicultural show on Monday, June 17. Pictured is the kindergarten class, which represented Colombia and Brazil. Joining the students are their teachers, Ms.
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Award-Winning Journalists In Middle Village
      Three students at Christ the King Regional High School in Middle Village were announced as winners of the Brooklyn/Queens Diocese High School Press Awards.
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Going Shopping At Sunnyside Festival
      Bargain-hunters found some sweet deals at the strawberry festival hosted by All Saints Episcopal Church in Sunnyside along 46th Street between Queens Boulevard and 43rd Avenue last Saturday, June 15.
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Pops Is Tops At Corona Jazz Concert
      Queens school children wiggled, jiggled, danced and clapped at the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Corona last week.
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Fire Officers Union Visits Local Pol
      Several representatives of the Uniformed Fire Officers Association, which represents ranking members of the city’s Fire Department, recently met with Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan during a visi
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They’re Going To The Chapel
      Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheehan family of Woodhaven announced the engagement of their daughter, Samantha, to Kevin Etchandy. Their nuptials are scheduled to take place on Friday, Oct.
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Sweet Times At Ridgewood’s Strawberry Fest
      Plenty of fun was ripe for the picking during the annual strawberry festival held by the Greater Ridgewood Historical Society (GRHS) last Saturday, June 15, at the Onderdonk House.
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AMERICAN PRIDE ON DISPLAY AT SUNNYSIDE FLAG DAY PARADE
      The Star-Spangled Banner proudly waved over Greenpoint Avenue in Sunnyside last Saturday, June 15, as the community celebrated Flag Day with its annual parade sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Sunnysi
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