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Thanksgiving Came Early For These Seniors

JASA at the Hebrew Educational Society celebrated Thanksgiving early! Over the weekend hundreds of seniors came to the center to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal – which included the traditional turkey meal. There was dancing too! A D.J. More...

Civic Discusses Big Government And Its Effect On Small Neighborhoods

As President Obama was making one of the most historic speeches of his career on immigration in Washington D.C., attendees of the Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association were more interested in discussing how government affects their day-to-day ex More...

Crime Is Down In The 63rd, But Beware Of Black Friday Shopping

It’s the hard work of the 63 precinct’s police officers that keeps crime down and takes criminals off the streets. Cop of the Month Awards were given to police officers Thierry Lamarre and Dwight Martin as well as Sgt. More...

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"If You Like Your Illegal Alien, You Can Keep..."


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What's Your Opinion?

Question: Will you be taking advantage of holiday shopping when stores open early on Thanksgiving Day? Why or why not?

“Definitely not. It takes away from the purpose of the holiday which is to ‘give thanks’ – not shop – and to be with friends and family.” Jennifer Daniel, Trinidad More...


2014 PSAL Area Football Teams Season Wrap-Up

With the 2014 PSAL football season in the books for area teams, the Canarsie Courier takes a look back, and sees how each squad faired. Canarsie Chiefs More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

It’s A Bloody Shame…But THAT’S What’s Going On!

I mages of bloodied bodies on the ground...Lives taken by heartless and ruthless tyrants who used meat cleavers to butcher the innocent. Images of the bloody meat cleaver – and blood smeared on the floor – flash before your eyes. More...

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