It’s time once again to wrap up the top stories that took place in Douglaston and Little Neck during the past week.
A ceremony to unveil Douglaston’s renamed historic streets was announced for later this month.
Patch spoke with the Little Neck Douglaston Lions Club’s president, who has decided to retire.
And the shared photos of the reception for its annual Children’s Exhibition.
Here is your Week in Review:
Councilman Dan Halloran, R-Whitestone, said he would to prepare for a disaster scenario if he is elected to the Sixth District seat.
The National Art League held its annual , displaying work from 27 young artists. Check out our slideshow of photos from the exhibit.
Assembly members and congressional candidates Grace Meng, D-Flushing, and Rory Lancman, D-Fresh Meadows, since they began their campaigns for the Sixth District, according to a report.
A spokesman for Halloran said there would be a , which were recently returned to their historic names.
Take a look at Patch’s review of Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus” in . And this week’s Douglaston’s Own pick is “Pap smear” inventor .
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is along the New York-Pennsylvania border, but state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, objects.
Little Neck Douglaston Lions Club President Charles McBride is stepping down as president. Check out our interview with him.
And be sure to read through our Last Minute Father’s Day Gift Guide. It’s still not too late to buy a present for your dad.
This week’s Parent Talk topic is how to convince a child with a picky palate to be a more adventurous eater.