Week in Review

Catch up on stories that took place in your community this week.

It was a busy week for news in Douglaston and Little Neck.

Councilman Dan Halloran, R-Whitestone, announced that the City Council had approved his bill that would change Douglaston’s streets back to their historic names.

The Douglaston Garden Club planned to celebrate its upcoming anniversary with beautification projects throughout the community.

And two Douglaston streets and another in Little Neck landed on a list of dangerous Queens roads.

Here is your Week in Review:


Walter Mugdan wrote about sewers in northeast Queens in his latest .

Reviews in included “John Carter,” “Silent House” and “Footnote.”


Take a look at our piece on the IRS offering .

U.S. Rep. Bob Turner, R-Forest Hills, says he , D-N.Y.

And be sure to check out these at Strawberry’s Sports Grill.


The Douglaston Garden Club president discusses some to celebrate the group’s 91st birthday.

This week’s Little Neck’s Own pick was author .

And the Tri-State Transportation Campaign releases a that includes two streets in Douglaston and one in Little Neck.


Check out Patch’s list of other than going to a bar.

And be sure to take part in Patch’s poll on the worst intersections in northeast Queens.


Halloran joins Douglaston residents for a press conference to announce that the City Council has voted in favor of a bill to change the community’s streets back to their historic names.


This week’s Parent Talk topic is giving your child an allowance.


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