Week in Review

Catch up on the stories that took place in Bayside, Douglaston and Little Neck this week.

It was a quiet week for news in northeast Queens as the summer wound down.

The Douglaston Village Arts Festival was postponed until next year and the gave Patch details on its Sept. 10 Roll Up the Gates event.

Councilman Dan Halloran, R-Whitestone, helped secure a left turn signal for a busy Little Neck intersection and state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, renewed his push for term limits for state legislators.

Here is your Week in Review.


Take a look at Kristin Allocco's story on an upcoming . Reviews in included "Lawless," "The Possession" and "For a Good Time, Call…"


The city's Department of Transportation two years after Halloran called for traffic safety measures at the site. State Sen. Avella says he plans to and tougher ethics laws amid recent Albany scandals.


The and Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his sugary drinks ban proposal.

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and Queens elected officials call for the city's Board of Elections to .


Take a look at Patch's story on city schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott.


This week's Meet the Owner profile is of Caitlin Kelly, whose family owns Kelly's Car Service, and Richard Pearlman, who is the manager of the business.


Take a look at our preview of the Bayside Village BID's Roll Up the Gates event for business owners seeking commercial space along Bell Boulevard.


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