June 22, 2017 RSS feed / Other News

Watch Your Wallets Please!

Police are looking for a sticky-fingered thief who stole a woman’s wallet inside a Nostrand Avenue chicken joint. More...

Fresh Creek Residents Get Update On Resiliency Plans

At the Fresh Creek Civic Association (FCCA) meeting on Saturday, President Maria Garrett arranged for an update from the Department of City Planning’s (DCP) Resilient Neighborhood Initiative.  More...

Councilman Makes A “Catch” On Church Lane

Many Canarsie streets are plagued by ponding issues - water that doesn’t drain properly, creating stagnant pools laden with mosquitoes, especially during the summer months. More...

The Arsenal Next Door

Cops from the 63rd Precinct surprised residents of a home at 1065 East 34th Street, on Tuesday, June 13th.  Officers paid them a visit at 7:10 a.m. More...

Neighborhood Officers Will Go “Tow To Tow” With Parking Woes

When it comes to issues that irk residents in the southwest section of Canarsie, having abandoned and suspicious vehicles removed from local streets appears to be number one on their list. More...

Construction Worker Plunges To His Death

An unidentified man was transported to Kings County Hospital with severe head injuries after falling from a scaffold Sunday, according to a report in the Daily News.  More...

Stabbing Victim Sent To Brookdale Hospital

A 22-year-old male was stabbed Wednesday, June 14th, in front of 5616 Avenue H. More...

Ladies Night Paint Night

On Monday night, area residents were invited to attend a paint class organized by the Chabad of Canarsie and Starrett City. More...

A Night Out Can Be Dangerous

The police reported that a 40-year-old woman was shot once in her torso Sunday evening at around 8 p.m. at Louisiana Avenue and Glenwood Road.  More...

Early Morning Pedestrian Fatality

On Monday, police responded to a 911 call of a pedestrian struck at Flatlands Avenue and East 79th Street. More...

Food Stamp Fraudster Nabbed In Sting

Grocery store owner, Eduardo Leonardo, will be facing Judge Ann Donnelly for sentencing in federal court this October. More...

Training To Save Lives At Marine Park Civic

A power outage at the Carmine Carro Community Center, 3000 Fillmore Avenue, cued a hastened Marine Park Civic Association (MPCA) meeting Tuesday night.  More...

District 18 Honors Exceptional Fathers

Community Education Council 18 (CEC 18) held their 2nd Annual Father’s Empowerment Night on Thursday, June 15th at the District Office located at 1106 East 95th Street. More...

Residents Get Testy Over Lack Of Signal Changes

Amid appearances by several elected officials, including Councilman Chaim Deutsch, 41st Assembly District Leader Lew Fidler and mayoral candidate Sal Albanese, the major focus of the June 15th Madison- Marine- Homecrest Civic Association ( MMHCA) mee More...

Preparing For A Hurricane

Canarsie’s Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS), a leader in services related to flood damage, insurance and recovery, posed an important question to residents, “What’s Your Plan When Canarsie Floods Again?” at an informational More...

Local Talent Gets Recognized

A few dance students from I.S. More...

A Howling Good Time In Coney Island

Coney Island’s Nathan’s wasn’t the only place to find “hot dogs.” Dozens of dogs and other animals took part in Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park’s 7th Annual Pet Day on June 10th.  More...

Four Shot Early Father’s Day Morning

Four victims are lucky to be alive after getting shot last Sunday at 12:25 a.m. Police responded to a 911 call of shots fired at 1035 East 102nd Street between Avenues J and K.  More...

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