July 17, 2014 RSS feed / Other News

Parks Dept. Shines Light on Canarsie

Summer excursions mean enjoying family, friends and life, but what about enjoying wildlife? While most people do not give New York’s wildlife a second thought unless they are visiting a zoo, wildlife can be found in local parks. More...

Shots Fired Outside Canarsie Health Club

Canarsiens say they are very concerned about out-of-control house parties and the increase in gun violence in the community – and the summer has just started. More...

De Blasio Gets Demerits For Breaking School Rules

A union rally, where Mayor Bill de Blasio was present, held in a Canarsie public school is causing a ruckus citywide. More...

She’s Still On Top!

No one wants to battle resident and long-time activist Roxanne Persaud, who’s running for Assembly in the 59th District. More...

World Cup Final And Caribbean Cup Classic Go Head To Head In ENY

Though the World Cup’s final may have stolen the Caribbean Cup’s thunder, it held steady and provided its own drama filled moments including the tournament‘ s first forfeit from a participating nation. More...

Court Date Pending For Hit-And-Run Driver Responsible For One Death

Robert DeCarlo, the reckless driver responsible for the death of 12- year-old Joey Sellers, faces more than a dozen charges but his next court date has not yet been announced. More...

Join The Community To Stamp Out Violence At National Night Out

Join the 69th Precinct, local merchants, elected officials and area residents to come together and make a stand against violence in the community at the 69th Precinct Community Council National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, August 5th. More...

A Memorial For A Special Little Boy

You wouldn’t expect to see a horse and carriage traveling along Remsen Avenue. But two white horses, pulling a white carriage, lined Remsen Avenue Monday morning. More...

Man Sits In Hospital Waiting To Be Charged After Traffic Rampage With Cops

An SUV driver caused chaos on Canarsie streets when he drove on a rampage along Rockaway Parkway in the wrong direction - crashing into parked cars and a police officer – before a cop shot him in the shoulder. More...

Community Offers Input To Help Rebuild A Resilient Canarsie

Area residents wonder what will happen if another storm like Superstorm Sandy hits Canarsie. How will they protect their homes and what can be done to prevent future storm damage? More...

Brooklyn Man Charged In East Flatbush Crash

Police say 26-year-old Garfield Gwood was driving while intoxicated when his BMW plowed into the back of a garbage truck – killing one of his passengers – last week at Utica Avenue and Avenue D. More...

Security Guard Sues NYPD For False Arrest

A Brooklyn security guard was arrested for posting a $10,000 bounty on the Internet to kill a cop in retaliation for the fatal shooting of 16-yearold Kimani Gray in East Flatbush on March 9, 2013. More...

Intoxicated Driver’s Next Court Date One Month Away

The 25-year-old who crashed his Infiniti into a 60-year-old’s Toyota – killing him instantly in a crash that took place at Remsen Avenue at Glenwood Road earlier this year– is heading back to court on August 19th and could face up t More...

The Actiive Consumer

Can’t stand the heat? You might want to stay indoors in that air-conditioned living room. Not comfortable in your own house? Maybe it’s time to get a new couch! Wizavi Furniture Inc. More...

THEN

NOW

In the 1940s, trolley cars ran along Rockaway Avenue, crossing over Seaview Avenue en route to Canarsie’s shore. More...

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