February 11, 2016 RSS feed / Other News

Thousands In Cash Taken From Local Business

The Cam Caribbean Air Mail store at East 94th Street and Avenue L was robbed at gunpoint earlier this month. Police recently released an image of the suspects and hope the public can help them in tracking down these dangerous criminals. More...

NYCHA Taking The Heat For The Big Chill

These tenants refuse to give the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) the cold shoulder – they’re out in full force demanding answers as to why they’re living in such frigid conditions. More...

Possum Problem

It’s been an open secret the past few years that the possum population in Southern Brooklyn has skyrocketed. More...

More Lip Service About The ‘L’ Train

What’s the next stop for ‘L’ train improvements? Commuters may be tired of finding out every weekend that the Canarsie/14th Street 8th Avenue line is operating with limited service. More...

Going ‘Tow’ To ‘Tow’ With Car Dealers

Mill Basin and neighboring areas may begin to see an increase in car towing operations soon. More...

THEN

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Where did you go back in the day for a delicious home-style Italian meal? Nina’s Inn! Nina’s Inn was a small but popular Italian restaurant located on the northern edge of Canarsie near the Brooklyn Terminal Market. More...

Mutilating Murderer Getting Ready To Head To The Slammer

Yesterday, Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson announced that a 35-year-old Bronx man was officially sentenced to 18 years to life in prison for fatally choking an East New York woman and stealing her money. More...

State Assembly Candidate Visits Canarsie Civic Association Meeting

When Councilman Alan Maisel was elected to the city council in 2014, for about a year Canarsie had no representation in Albany, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo decided against special elections to fill the seat. More...

They Were Ready For Some Football!

There’s nothing like plenty of food, drinks and good company to celebrate the Super Bowl – and that’s just what the folks at Four Seasons Nursing and Rehabilitation Center did Super Bowl Sunday. More...

Car Almost Thrown Under The Bus

The intersection of Avenue N and East 92nd Street was closed off to traffic yesterday morning as police investigated the collision of a Subaru Impreza and a school bus. More...

Dems Select Assembly Hopeful

Kings County Democratic Committee members selected their nominee for the NYS 59th Assembly District vacancy Monday night. More...

Hizzoner Is A No-Show At Critical Community Meeting

Residents who attended an East New York meet-and-greet with city elected officials on Saturday felt a little disappointed by who didn’t show up – specifically Mayor Bill de Blasio. More...

Commanding Officer Plans To Expand East New York Patrols

Recent violent crimes within the 75th Precinct prompted Deputy Inspector Michael Lipetri, precinct commander, to research new ways to catch suspects and prevent crimes. More...

Gang Members Indicted For Terrorizing Local Streets

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson, with New York City Police Commissioner William J. More...

Gang Member Faces Over 20 Years Behind Bars

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson announced on Tuesday that 24-year-old Avon Simmons pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for fatally shooting a Flatbush man – killing him – two years ago. More...

Canarsie Gun Ring Suspects Could Face Life In Prison

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson announced last year that Mark Henry, a Canarsie man, faced a slew of charges for gun trafficking. Yesterday, the D. A. More...

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