September 22, 2016 RSS feed / Other News

Dads Go Back To School At Annual Event

The gym at P.S. More...

Tyke Found Roaming Outside Canarsie Daycare

Nicole Michelle received the shock of her life this week when she arrived Tuesday afternoon to pick up her daughter from the Raven Learning Center at 1102 East 92nd Street. More...

Hundreds Of Jobs Available At Kings Plaza Job Fair

Who says there are no jobs in Brooklyn? Over 40 businesses looking to fill 500+ jobs attended the Employment Assessment and Recruitment Fair on Thursday, September 15th at Kings Plaza Mall. More...

Gunman Injured Two, Still On The Loose

Two innocent bystanders were caught in the crossfire during a wild shootout in the Linden Houses last week. More...

Running For Your Health At Canarsie Park

For many Canarsiens wanting a morning workout, Canarsie Park has become their park of choice. Runners and walkers enjoy the mile-long path around the park. More...

Brooklyn Real Property’s Founder Honored

Jean-Paul Ho, President of BRP Associates, Inc. was cited by the board and staff of Neighborhood Housing Services of East Flatbush at its Community Showcase Event held Thursday, September 15th at Tropical Paradise Ballroom, 1367 Utica Avenue. More...

Counterterrorism Discussed At Marine Park Civic Meeting

Days after a bomb exploded in Manhattan and other devices were found around New York and New Jersey, the Marine Park Civic Association (MPCA) called on the Brooklyn South Counterterrorism Unit (BSCTU) to provide information to residents on how to pos More...

Students On The Trail To A Greener, Cleaner Park

Last Friday, It Takes A Village Academy Conservation Club met with the Parks Department at the Salt Marsh Nature Center on Avenue U and East 33rd Street to participate in a service project. More...

Marching To End Violence

The National Day of Non-Violence was held on Saturday, September 17th in 20 cities and 30 states across the United States. Locally, the event was held at Linden Park, located on Linden Boulevard and Vermont Street. More...

Williams Sits Out Pledge Citing Oppression Of Blacks

In what most likely will become a familiar sight in the future, Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams stayed seated during a NYC Council meeting last week. More...

P.S. 312 Hosts Dads Take Your Child To School Day

Over 100 children showed up at P.S. 312 Bergen Beach School, 7103 Avenue T, with their fathers and/or guardians to participate in the annual Dads Take Your Child to School Day on Tuesday. More...

Pervert Caught

A creep who groped a young girl on a B6 bus was arrested and charged on Wednesday. Police arrested Edward Lewis, a 47-year-old Brooklyn man, and charged him with sex abuse and acting in a manner injurious to a child. More...

Canarsie Sewer Project Kicks Off, Residents Get In The Loop

Maria Garrett, president of the Fresh Creek Civic Association, knows what’s happening in her end of Canarsie. More...

Vehicle Used In Fatal Shooting Identified

Police have released video surveillance of a car that may have been used in a drive-by shooting that killed a Canarsie man on September 2nd in Flatbush. More...

More Bloodshed In The 75th Precinct

Police officers responded to a shooting scene at 630 Hendrix Street between Livonia Avenue and Dumont Street shortly after 4 a.m. on Saturday after Shot Spotter alerted them of the incident. More...

Pastapalooza Helps Italian Earthquake Victims

Over a dozen restaurants served some of their specialty dishes to raise money for victims of a 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Amatrice, Italy last month. The event, known as Pastapalooza, took place at St. More...

Runners/Walkers Turn Out In Droves For Worthy Cause

Cancer survivor Dan Foster is on a mission to fight colorectal cancer. That’s why he started Dan’s 5K Fun Run/Walk. Last Saturday, the 14th annual Fun Run raised funds and - awareness - to move closer to his goal. More...

Teen Indicted In “Baseball Cap” Fatal Shooting

We’ve heard about fights breaking out - some ending in death - over expensive sneakers. Now, it’s expensive baseball caps. More...

“Dysfunctional” Delegation At CEC18’s Annual Elections

The daunting task of nominating and voting in new officers for District 18 Community Education Council (CEC18) finally took place Monday night at the first meeting for the 2016-2017 school year. More...

District Leader Remembered

The late 59th Assembly District Leader Bernard “Bernie” Catcher was remembered by colleagues and synagogue members at Temple Sholom Thursday, September 15th. The temple is located at 2075 East 68th Street in Mill Basin. More...

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