It was a busy week for news as U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-Forest Hills, announced he would resign and the Douglas Manor Beach was closed for a few days due to bacteria levels.
Earlier in the week, Patch provided an update on the long-awaited Fairway Market at the Douglaston Shopping Plaza and two members of the Little Neck-Douglaston Ambulance Corps were honored for helping to deliver a baby during December's blizzard.
And, a small fire broke out at a Douglaston pizzeria, but no one was injured during the blaze and damaged appeared to be minimal.
Here is Douglaston Patch's Week In Review:
A pair of Douglaston brothers who serve on the Little Neck-Douglaston Ambulance Corps were honored for delivering a baby during the December snowstorm that crippled the city. Also, check out This Week at the Movies for reviews of "Super 8" and "Film Socialisme."
U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman, D-Bayside, praises the passage of a bill that would block private development at a St. Albans facility for veterans.
announces his resignation after having recently admitted to sending lewd photos to as many as six women. A minor fire occurs at Douglaston Parkway's Il Sapore Pizza and Restaurant.
Patch posted a list of last minute gift ideas for Father's Day. It's still not too late for those of you late shoppers.
At what age should you begin giving your children an allowance? Find the answer from local moms and dads in this week's Parent Talk. Also, the Douglaston Chamber of Commerce plans to hold a celebration in honor of Diego von Schmeling, owner of the recently-closed Douglaston Market.