November 27, 2014 RSS feed / Other News

Students At Remsen Avenue School Thankful For Holiday Gift

Five families with P.S. 114’s PTA will be dining with full meals for Thanksgiving this year, and as many as 30 others will enjoy all the fixings. More...

Local Girl Scouts Showcase Acts Of Generosity

Girl Scout Troops 2277, 2101, 2102 and 2104 recently learned about major corporations donating their time and money to help others. More...

One Suspect Named In Flatlands Shooting

An arrest was made in relation to a shooting that injured an 81-year-old woman last week in the Flatlands area. More...

Film Follows Boxer’s Struggle In A Male World

It took a lot of blood, sweat and tears for professional boxer Heather Hardy to make it in a male-dominated sport. More...

Victim’s Lawyer Blasts Drug Test Leaks

The lawyer for the woman accusing high profile lawyer Sanford Rubenstein of sexual assault is not mincing any words. More...

Kings Plaza Lights The Way To The Holiday Season

Nothing says: “It’s time for the holidays!” like seeing a big Christmas tree brought to life. More...

The Active Consumer

Kicking things around and getting all worked up … Is this how you want your kids to spend their afternoons? 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...

Foreclosure Counselor:

Reaching Canarsiens Is “A Struggle”

Canarsie is reportedly one of the largest communities across New York City struggling with high foreclosure rates - originally due to predatory lending back in the 1990’s, then made worse by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. More...

Chaotic Kings Plaza Bus Terminus – A Big CB18 Concern

During the November meeting, Community Board 18 (CB18) District Manager Dorothy Turano voiced her concern about safety hazards at the intersection of Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue, in front of the main entrance to the Kings Plaza shopping mall. More...

Shootin’ Some Helpful Hoops Just In Time For The Holidays!

Basketball season may not be in its prime, but some of the Harlem Globetrotters visited one of the new supermarkets at East New York’s Gateway Mall last week for a good cause. More...

Turkeys For All

Penn Wortman Seniors celebrated Thanksgiving on Tuesday with music, skits – and turkey. More...

THEN

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In 1945, you could buy a two-family home in Canarsie for as little as $10,000. R.J. Lewis Inc., a Glenwood Road realtor, originally offered this 11-room, two-family detached house, located at 1222 East 92nd Street, for $9,500. More...

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