Family Dance for all at Moose Lodge this Saturday

Teens and their families can enjoy a night of music and food at the Autism Family Dance. The free event will feature a respite break room for parents. The dance is being hosted by Ridgewood Moose Lodge #1642 and WOTM Chapter #133. Those in the autism spectrum community can call Erik at 718-309-8248. Remember, the dance will run from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on … Continue reading Family Dance for all at Moose Lodge this Saturday

Commitment to serve: BP’s appointments to CB5

Community board members are appointed for two-year terms by either the borough president or the council member for the district. Earlier this month, Borough President Melinda Katz announced her appointments to all 14 Queens community boards. Here are the BP’s appointments for the 2019-2021 term for Community Board 5, which serves Maspeth, Middle Village, Glendale and Ridgewood: Vincent Arcuri Jr. Walter Clayton Brian Dooley Jerome … Continue reading Commitment to serve: BP’s appointments to CB5

Estate Lawyers Last Will Document

Is A Revocable Or Irrevocable Trust Right For You?

Many residents planning their estate in Maspeth that are approaching their golden years want to know if there is a chance for them to get Medicaid coverage in the coming years. Before their inquiry can be answered an attorney must sit down with them and assess whether a revocable or irrevocable trust is right for them. In the event they are willing to go irrevocable … Continue reading Is A Revocable Or Irrevocable Trust Right For You?

Maspeth House of the Week 1/26/19

The Maspeth House of the Week is a beautiful one-family brick tudor with a big front yard. The home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in addition to a large, bright living room, a formal dining room, a modern kitchen, stainless steel appliances,all wood floors and decorative molding throughout. There’s also a fully finished basement and parking for three cars. The property is listed by … Continue reading Maspeth House of the Week 1/26/19

DOT Takes Away Parking Spots, but PO Trucks OK With It

The DOT recently took 2 parking spots on 69 St. at 55th Avenue away for what is called ‘daylighting.” Essentially it’s taking parking away from corners so that drivers coming out of side streets have a better view of approaching traffic, thus avoiding a collision.   Makes sense. It is quite difficult to inch out into traffic on 69 St. because it’s so difficult to … Continue reading DOT Takes Away Parking Spots, but PO Trucks OK With It

5 Money Saving Home Heating Tips from Petro

Winter is upon us! That means lower temperatures and higher heating bills. Take the initiative to save money this year with these five tips from Rob DiBona of Petro Home Services. 1. Set your ceiling fan to spin clockwise to blow hot air down. 2. Lower the temperature when you leave the house. People who lower their thermostat between 7 to 10 degrees for eight hours a … Continue reading 5 Money Saving Home Heating Tips from Petro

Support the Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens this Christmas

Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens currently sponsor over 160 programs and services for children and youth, adults and seniors, those who are struggling with mentally illness and the isolated.  This Holiday season, help your neighbors by giving generously to Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens through the special collection at your parish on Christmas Day, or go to www.ccbq.org to donate online. Your gift provides help and hope to thousands of your neighbors … Continue reading Support the Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens this Christmas