In The Spotlight
I’ve written an article in the past about the importance of cleaning the lint out of your dryer and the vent pipe. This week I was reminded of the importance and felt it was worth reminding you, as well as showing you the dangers. So instead of focusing on how to do something or tools, this week I’m going to tell you about what happened.
I received a call from a customer to come and repair a floor because they had a fire. Naturally I expected the worst and got there ASAP. Upon arriving at the
Happy riding! On Thursday, January 5, about 130 Far Rockaway children received new bikes. With a generous donation by Danny’s Cycles and Dr. Appel, the giveaway was a huge success. The giveaway was held at Sheltering Arms and the Beach 41 Cornerstone Community and was coordinated by We Care New York volunteer, Jill Mullings. Councilman Donovan Richards’ office and Queens Law Associates also lent a helping hand. The bike giveaway project began in December 2013 to replace bikes that kids lost in
In our new feature, reporter, Kami-Leigh Agard scours the streets to get your opinion on current issues facing the peninsula. Your Voice…Your Community…Your Platform.
This week’s topic: Mayor Bill de Blasio boasts historic drop in crime in 2016, but do you feel safer?
Postal Worker serving
“I have been serving the Rockaways for over 18 years. In years back while on the beat, I witnessed a few shootings. However, it has not been as bad as when I first started working
“Everything is mental. If you feel good in your head, you feel good,” Ronnie McCarthy said in the kitchen of her Breezy Point home. With a mind as sharp as her sewing needles, you’d never guess the woman who leads Breezy’s weekly arts and crafts program is turning 96 in February.
Many may know McCarthy from her involvement in the weekly Breezy Point Arts and Crafts group at St. Thomas More Hall. And many more know her as a longtime familiar face in the Point. She moved to Breezy Point with