Week in Review

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

This week's blockbuster story was a poll on whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo should allow hydrofracking in New York State. More than 1,600 people voted in the poll and nearly 40 readers added comments.

There were several crime stories this week, including one about a 111th Precinct officer who was accused of providing police intelligence to a drug dealer and another on an armored car guard who was robbed on Northern Boulevard.

Here is your Week in Review.


An armored car guard tells police he was on Northern Boulevard in Little Neck.

Read Walter Mugdan's latest blog post on northeast Queens's environment.

Reviews in included "Dark Shadows" and Filipino thriller "The Road."


Vote in our for New York State. Thousands of readers have already cast their vote and commented on the story.


An on charges of providing a parking placard and police intelligence to a drug dealing organization based out of Jamaica.

Bayside doctor officially makes it on the Sixth Congressional District ballot.

This week's Douglaston's Own pick was Catholic mystic and writer .


Strawberry's Sports Grill will hold an upcoming .


A real estate search engine lists one block in Douglaston and another in Little Neck among the .


This week's topic is what items parents should have at their disposal after bringing home a newborn from the hospital.

Stuart Hersh May 20, 2012 at 04:08 PM
I don't recall anything ever provoking more discussion and commentary than the discussion about hydraulic fracturing. Fascinating!


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