February 12, 2014
Woodhaven realtor questioned by police in connection with recent house fire.
happened when Patsy Traynor's uncle was in charge of this newspaper. These days, it's nothing more than, like, a thyroid [sic] at a grocery store checkout," she said, before driving away, holding her cell phone to her ear, to her home on Juniper Street, Woodhaven.
Editor-in-Chief Traynor (to whom Connor referred) worked for forty years at the Woodhaven Observer before his retirement to the Caribbean last year. Since his departure, it has become apparent that that his female intern and many thousands of dollars from Observer funds also retired to the same location. His wife is still a resident of Woodhaven.
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