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St. John’s Episcopal Hospital (SJEH) is seeking donations to go towards the purchase of equipment for its new Women’s Health Center that is scheduled to open in 2021 at 105-38 Rockaway Beach Boulevard. SJEH intended to raise funds at its annual golf event that was to occur this summer, but the event was canceled because of the pandemic. The hospital is accepting donations on its website, ehs.org/givenow, and is running a series of fundraisers via social media and email.
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Parking issues took center stage of the 100th Precinct Community Council’s latest monthly meeting. On Wednesday, July 29, about 50 people tuned in on Zoom to find out what the 100th Precinct is doing to tackle illegal parking problems around the peninsula.
Council President Kathy Heavey kicked off the meeting with some updates. She said that a memorial will be held for all of those who died from Covid-19, likely at 6 p.m. on August 21, but details are still being worked out. National Night
“My heart hurts. I just feel numb,” local resident Alen Guzman said a few days after an incident in which a hit-and-run driver killed his beloved dog, Jada, and nearly killed Guzman.
On the night of Friday, July 31, Guzman had just gotten off of work and was taking his two dogs for a walk around 11 p.m. as he does each night. However, that routine walk turned to tragedy. He was crossing Shore Front Parkway by Beach 96th Street when a driver hit him and his dog. “I saw the car by the light. I
With Isaias blowing through and cancelling Tuesday night's games, we can now take stock of where we are after two weeks plus.
Jameson's is hoping to replicate UConn's double championships in Men's and Women's Open play. The women won spirited contests against Boardwalk Pizza and Team CUNY to claim the top spot at the halfway point. Meanwhile the men are taking advantage of a favorable schedule to remain undefeated, along with Kennedy's, who have the look of a juggernaut.
The two undefeateds