January 19, 2017 RSS feed / Other News

The Ball’s In Their Court Again

After a year of finding alternative places to play during recess, students from P.S./I.S. 109, 1001 East 45th Street, have returned to their gym. More...

Search For Biased Attackers

The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in finding two men wanted for a hate crime assault.  Surveillance video captured the two suspects, who reportedly attacked a man with a metal object.  More...

New Details On Drainpipe Fetus

The New York City Medical Examiner has deemed a fetus found inside a clogged drainpipe in a Canarsie home was a stillborn female.  More...

Sutter Avenue Six Wanted

The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance finding six female suspects wanted for an assault on the “L” train.  More...

Senator Makes Good Samaritan Visit

As part of her Martin Luther King, Jr. Day outreach, State Senator Roxanne Persaud paid a visit to the Samaritan Village Men’s shelter on Monday. The center, located at 338 Forbell Street, houses 194 residents.  More...

It Can Get Hot In The Kitchen

A fire broke out Monday at 491 East 45th Street near Snyder Avenue. It took 60 firefighters, working 45 minutes, to contain the blaze. More...

THEN AND NOW

On January 11, 1932, the Canarsie Library, located at 1141 East 92nd Street at Conklin Avenue, joined the Brooklyn Public Library as the 39th branch. More...

Laundromat Blaze A Washout

Thirty firefighters battled heavy smoke conditions due to a dryer fire at 2047 Utica Avenue on Thursday, January 12th. More...

Grabbing Fast Cash Instead Of Fast Food

The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in finding a man wanted for a rash of robberies along Flatlands Avenue between Louisiana Avenue and East 108th Street.  Police sources stated the suspect entered four fast food establishments More...

Teen Takes Swing At Jail Time

A 16-year-old Canarsie girl is recovering after she was beaten with a mini-baseball bat.  More...

Amid Controversy, Family Says Goodbye To Man Shot By Police

A Canarsie man who was shot and killed by police after he allegedly lunged at them with a kitchen knife was laid to rest last week.  Family and friends bid a tearful farewell to James Owens, 63, at a funeral held at Fairhaven Memorial Chapel, 66 More...

Perry Celebrates Baker’s Dozen

Assemblyman Nick Perry celebrated his 25th anniversary in office Saturday as he was sworn in for the 13th time. In last year’s Election Day races, Perry was reelected with landslide results, representing the 58th Assembly District (AD).  More...

Temple Sholom Holds War Of Words

As Israel celebrates the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, Temple Sholom, 2075 East 68th Street, welcomed former Israel Defense Forces sniper Yoel Rosby on Sunday to speak on one of the defining battles of the war.  More...

Phone-y Criminals Foiled By Locked Door

Police are looking for two suspects wanted for the attempted burglary of a cell phone store.  More...

Sampson Sentencing Saga Finally Over

Federal prosecutors, John Sampson and his legal defense team came to the U.S. District Court in Downtown Brooklyn yesterday to hear a longawaited verdict. More...

Hero Goes To Heaven

Considered by the NYPD and law enforcement agencies around the world as a hero, thousands of mourners traveled to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan last week to pay their final respects to Detective Steven McDonald.  More...

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