20 THE COURIER SUN • JUNE 19, 2014 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.couriersun.com Photo courtesy Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Marisa Baldeo. THROGS NECK BRIDGE LANES TO CLOSE OVERNIGHT FOR SEVEN WEEKENDS Up to two of the Throgs Neck Bridge’s three Queens-bound lanes will be closed during overnight hours for a total of seven weekends this summer, according to the MTA. Starting the weekend of June 20 through 23, only one Queens-bound lane will be open from the Bronx toll plaza south to the Bronx anchorage of the bridge from 10 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Monday. During daytime hours on the weekend two lanes to Queens will remain open. The closures will allow 90,000 square feet of binder and asphalt overlay to be replaced, and will give drivers “a smoother, more-even riding surface,” the MTA said. As an alternative, motorists can use the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge or the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, which will have three lanes open southbound to Queens. Work is heavily dependent on good weather and can be affected by rain or extreme humidity. As a result of the weather, it may not be done on consecutive weekends. For up-to-date information on MTA service status visit, www.mta.info. Pet Adoption Month Continues! Hundreds of pets available for adoption! Join us each weekend for special promotions to help you find your new best friend! Visit AnimalLeague.org to see special promotions! 25 Davis Avenue, Port Washington, NY AnimalLeague.org • 516.883.7575 Presenting Sponsor: INTERNS WANTED NEWSPAPER IN QUEENS EDITORIAL & WEB firstname.lastname@example.org DON’T LOSE IT! YOU CAN STILL GET HURRICANE SANDY TAX REFUND!! FREE CONSULTATION TODAY 347-720-3923 CELL 347-368-6932 OFFICE H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H TAX RELIEF OF AMERICA INCORPORATED 41-13 162nd St., Flushing, NY 11358 THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre Councilman Paul Vallone, dance school owner Annette Vallone, New Jersey mayor Paul Vallone, architect Peggy Mihalios Haralambous, and Joseph Vallone. A new act for the Landrum School of Performing Arts BY LIAM LA GUERRE email@example.com/@liamlaguerre The Landrum School of Performing Arts in Whitestone celebrated the grand opening of its new theatre with students and elected offi cials on June 13. The 66-year-old school currently enrolls 350 students, and with the new theatre and accompanying recording studio, the school plans to introduce acting and singing programs. The school will add four new teachers to its staff to teach the programs.
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