August 21, 2014 RSS feed / Other News

Pets Make Sad Discovery In Avenue L Home

Homeowners near Avenue L and East 99th Street knew Felix Pandolfino as a gentleman, who treated his neighbors like family. More...

Crash Totals Two Cars On Avenue J

A quiet Sunday came to a screeching halt when two drivers smashed into each other at East 104th Street and Avenue J just after 3 p.m. More...

Cleanup In The Paerdegats

Last Tuesday, State Senator John Sampson and Councilman Alan Maisel helped a Canarsie resident clean her block’s community walkway in the Paerdegats. More...

Caribbean Cup Tournament Marched To The Beat Of Its Own Drums

Caribbean Cup Classic Quarterfinals round came to a close today as the final four teams in the round faced off to set the stage for next week’s semifinals action. More...

Broker’s Insurance Business Is All About The Human Touch

These days everyone’s looking to save a buck or two. With the cost of living soaring through the ceiling, you’re lucky to have a roof over your head. More...

Canarsie Kids Have A Grand Time At Local Block Party

Avenue L and East 94th Street was the place to be last Saturday as the community took to the streets to celebrate International Community Fest and 5th Annual Block Party. More...

Residents Enjoy Summer Beats – And Cool Breezes – At Pier

Remember the old days when there were weekly concerts at Canarsie Pier? Although the concerts have dwindled over the years, residents enjoyed a blast from the past on Saturday, August 9th. More...

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Biting Problems

A bad bite can cause problems. In dentistry, we call this malocclusion, the improper contact between ViEws On teeth and jaws. There are lots of causes. More...

Armed Criminals Caught On Video In East Flatbush

Two men robbed a 61-year-old man of his jewelry at gunpoint on Church Avenue and East 53rd Street and police are still on the hunt for the potentially dangerous duo. More...

Police Look For Robbery Suspect In Flatlands Area

Officials are looking for a man – possibly in his late teens to early 20s – who’s responsible for a robbery at a laundromat near East 46th Street and Avenue L. More...

Brookdale Hospital Fined For Hazardous Work Conditions

Usually the hospital is an institution that provides care for the injured. Recently, Brookdale Hospital made headlines for injuries and assaults inflicted on their employees while caring for their patients on the premises. More...

Summer Learning Is Delicious At Breukelen Sight Garden!

Picking out fruit and vegetables isn’t exactly a fun experience for most kids. More...

Jewelry Thieves Still Possibly On The Run

Over the past two months, a rash of robberies took place in the 63rd Precinct and police are asking for the public’s help in tracking the suspects down. The details of the incidents, which occurred in the Marine Park area, are as follows: More...

Marine Park Filmmaker Keeps Its Local

Independent film director and au-thor Peter Iengo is at it again. He’s producing another movie and doing most of the filming in familiar territory – the streets of Brooklyn, which he calls home. More...

THEN

NOW

Neighborhood kids looking for something to do finally had a place to ‘hang out’ thanks to the city’s Open Door and Street Outreach Program. More...

It’s “Bin” An Eyesore For Way Too Long

Illegal clothing bins have become a problem in many communities across the country – especially in New York City where they’re continuing to pop up at an alarming rate. More...

“Maddened Man” Arrested For Train Assault

An “L” train passenger allegedly didn’t like the way a man was disciplining his child, so she spoke up – and got attacked. The NYPD released footage of the man, which helped lead to his arrest last week. More...

Some Thoughts On Why People Cheat On Their Spouses

We live in an age where infidelity, or the breaking of marriage vows, is a very common phenomenon. In some instances, the couple is mismatched and incompatible, and divorce is a welcome relief for both partners. More...

Avenue L Gets Another Round Of Improvements

Spiffying things up on Avenue L takes a lot of TLC - something Canarsie Merchants Association President Emily James has been trying to do for the past few months. More...

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