Glendale author pens short story to honor family members on Titanic


By Queens Courier Staff | editorial@queenscourier.com

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A Glendale woman is paying tribute to her two uncles who worked on the Titanic by releasing a short story about their lives on the 103rd anniversary of the sinking.

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Buildings Department approves revised Glendale shelter construction plans


| rpozarycki@queenscourier.com

THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre

While the battle over the proposed Glendale homeless shelter is far from over, the Department of Buildings gave its blessing to the shelter’s revised blueprints.

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Glendale Romani gypsy teens share arranged marriage on docuseries


| kmedoff@queenscourier.com

Photos courtesy of FYI/"Arranged"

Many kids are told that their parents know best, but two Glendale teens really had to trust that was true as they prepared for their arranged marriage in September.

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Inside Broadway brings performing arts to Glendale elementary school


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Photos by Anthony Giudice

As part of Inside Broadway’s after school arts program, the students at P.S./I.S. 119Q performed their play “The After School Club” on Thursday, in the school’s auditorium for parents, teachers and fellow classmates.

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First Ridgewood Artists Coalition exhibit opens Sunday at Glendale brewery


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Photo by Kelly Marie Mancuso

The Ridgewood Artists Coalition (RAC) will hold its first exhibit, titled “The Ridgewood Artists Spring Showcase,” at Glendale’s Finback Brewery from this Sunday through April 26.

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Addabbo suggests using proposed Glendale homeless shelter for veteran housing


| agiudice@ridgewoodtimes.com

THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre

The controversial plan to turn the abandoned warehouse located at 78-16 Cooper Ave. in Glendale into a homeless shelter appears to be moving forward, but state Senator Joseph Addabbo wants to make that proposal a little more specific.

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Queens children’s author visits students at Glendale school


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Photo by Anthony Giudice

Students at Glendale’s P.S. 91 Richard Arkwright School got a special treat on Friday when children’s author Dee Ardelean came to read the first installment of her new short story series, “Pup, A Series of Short Tails.”

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Arrest made in Glendale homicide; actual shooter and accomplice still at large


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Police arrested an Ozone Park woman Sunday night in connection with the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old man in Glendale earlier that morning.

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Buildings Department OKs construction of Glendale homeless shelter


By Queens Courier Staff | editorial@queenscourier.com

THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre

The Department of Buildings approved permits on Tuesday for the conversion of a vacant factory building into transitional housing, which the community has repeatedly opposed for years.

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In Glendale, schools chancellor calls for parents to get involved


| rpozarycki@queenscourier.com

Photo courtesy of Councilwoman's Elizabeth Crowley's office

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña came to Glendale’s P.S. 91 on Wednesday urging parents to seek seats on education councils and become more involved in their local public schools.

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Cat rescued from Elmhurst tree finds home with Glendale grandmother and granddaughter


| aaltamirano@queenscourier.com

Photos courtesy of Annet Artani

After living temporarily with Annet Artani of Miney’s Rescue of Love, Dorothy was adopted on Jan. 13 by Glendale grandmother and granddaughter, Danielle Dunn and Kathy Strong, whose family recently lost two of their three cats to old age.

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New decorative lampposts to light the streets of Glendale


| slicata@queenscourier.com

Photos courtesy of state Sen. Joe Addabbo

The residents of Glendale have been waiting for the new lighting for over a decade when former state Sen. Serphin Maltese began the initiative. The Department of Transportation just approved the project, known as The Parkside Decorative Street Lighting Project, after a recent meeting with state Sen. Joe Addabbo.

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