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Week in Review

Catch up on the top stories of the week for Bayside, Little Neck and Douglaston.

It was a busy week for news in northeast Queens.

The hosted its annual Night Out Against Crime event, while Douglaston Community Day was cancelled.

Patch interviewed Jerry Iannece and Nily Rozic, both of whom are running for the 25th Assembly District seat.

And a Bayside man was arrested after allegedly threatening to kill employees at a Pennsylvania bank.

Here is your Week in Review:

Monday

Take a look at Patch contributor Kristin Allocco's piece on . Reviews in included "Total Recall" and "360."

Tuesday

due to "scheduling conflicts" and U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman, D-Bayside, said he is in negotiations with USPS to .

Emergency responders near .

Wednesday

The 111th Precinct held its annual at the and the Queens County Farm announced that its will return this September.

A Bayside man was arrested after allegedly in Pennsylvania and Gov. Andrew Cuomo vowed to crack down on and .

And be sure to check out our profile of .

Thursday

The National Art League is hosting an exhibit featuring in August.

Friday

Take a look at our interview with Nily Rozic, who is also running for the 25th Assembly District. Northeast Queens leaders and residents demand answers on new flight pattern leaving LaGuardia Airport.

Weekend

Councilman Dan Halloran, R-Whitestone, will hold a forum for Bayside residents to question the managers of the community's Long Island Rail Road station.

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