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  • City's Property Tax Error Has Queens Homeowners Outraged

    City's Property Tax Error Has Queens Homeowners Outraged
    The city's Finance Department made a major mistake in the property tax-rolls and mistakenly boosted property tax values. Now, Co-Op owners are holding a tax revolt in Queens. "We're stuggling. We're trying to keep our people who have fixed incomes here...
  • Muskegon Police Investigate Two Shootings

    Muskegon Police Investigate Two Shootings
    The Muskegon Police Department is busy investigating two separate shootings that happened Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The first was at 9:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Glen Oaks Apartment complex, just off U.S. 31 and Marquette Avenue. Police went to an...
  • Queens Residents Urge MTA to Restore Bus Route

    Queens Residents Urge MTA to Restore Bus Route
    Residents in Eastern Queens are hoping the MTA hears their cries for help. They want some clever rerouting to restore bus service along a defunct route. The MTA claims the Q79 had the second lowest ridership in the city with an average 650 daily...
  • Mocker Cites City's Broken Sidewalks

    Mocker Cites City's Broken Sidewalks
    Inspectors with the New York City Department of Transportation have been issuing broken sidewalk violations to property owners. Neighbors have been contracting PIX 11's Greg Mocker to with questions about the process and the law. The city issued a notice...
  • Job Fairs in West Michigan Seeking Prospective Workers

    Job Fairs in West Michigan Seeking Prospective Workers
    Organizers with Michigan Works! and the Double JJ Resort are working to let people know about a couple of job fairs in the coming days. On Thursday, April 19th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Glen Oaks Community College is teaming up with Michigan Works!...
  • Community: Glendale Beautiful fetes its namesake

    Community: Glendale Beautiful fetes its namesake
    Glendale boasts some beautiful shopping areas, landmarks and parks, but at times we get so busy, we miss those businesses that have made a special effort to spruce up the front of their buildings with a coat of paint or a ribbon of spring flowers along...
  • Explore stunning Big Sur

    Explore stunning Big Sur
    "It is here at Big Sur that I first learned how to say Amen!" — Henry Miller Moody fog rolls over the mountains to kiss the ocean on California's Big Sur coast. The feeling of enormity hits you in waves as you drive along California Highway 1,...
  • Two burned bodies found in car in South Dallas

    Two burned bodies found in car in South Dallas
    Detectives are investigating two bodies found burned in a car. They were found Sunday afternoon in South Dallas near Glen Oaks Boulevard and Town Creek Drive. Firefighters responding to a vehicle fire in a wooded area made the discovery. Due to the...
  • 2009 commitment list

    Updated list of verbal (non-binding) college commitments from Florida high school football players and to Florida colleges for the Class of 2009. Among the college listings, the first number is the total number of commits, followed by the number of...
  • FNF scores for Friday, Sept. 4

    After the games are over check back here for the scores for Friday, Sept. 4: Belle Chasse 26 South Plaquemines 28 F -- Plaquemine 34 Lusher 0 F -- McDonogh 16 Chalmette 0 F -- Salmen 27 Northshore 6 F -- Holy Cross 7 Slidell 19 F -- Brother Martin 49 Glen...
  • Queens: The seat changes, the name remains?

     
    Mark Weprin won a special election in Northeastern Queens in 1994 to fill the Assembly seat vacated by the death of his father, Assembly Speaker Saul Weprin. Now, Mark Weprin, left, in a political off-year for the Legislature, is......
  • Tuesday gives voters chance to vent

     
    U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul talks to voters this weekend at a diner in Lexington, Ky. (AP/John Flavell) by Mark Z. Barabak LOUISVILLE, Ky.--With anger all around, voters in three states will signal on Tuesday the depth of the......