December 7, 2000 RSS feed / Other News

Holiday Shopping Tips From City Consumer Commish

Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Jane. S. Hoffman has offered New Yorkers tips to avoid the stress and aggravation that can accompany the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping. More...

1st-Class, Other Postage Rates Will Increase Next Month

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Are you ready to pay more for your postage stamps?

The U.S. Postal Service is ready with the increased rate stamps. It has issued, in large quantities, three nondenominated first class stamps to be used on mail about the middle of January. The new rate for a one-ounce letter is 34 cents. More...

Auto Group Offers Advice For Safer Winter Driving

Winter, with its cold damp mornings, blizzards, sub-zero temperatures, and snow storms, is just around the corner bringing with it a slew of problems for motorists. More...

Brooklyn Music Conservatory Will Perform Classic "Messiah" Sunday

The Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music presents a Holiday Choral Concert this Sunday, at 3 p.m. in Levenson Recital Hall on the Brooklyn College campus. More...

Make A Wise Decision When Going Wireless

Cell phones have become the talk of the town, with the number of phones in use nearly doubling in the last three years. More...

Kruger Vows To Prosecute ‘Wreath-Burner’ Under New State Hate-Crimes Legislation

After a series of incidents during which Christmas wreaths and other holiday articles on the front lawns and doors of homes in Marine Park were burned recently, authorities are promising to use the Hate Crimes Act to prosecute a suspect. More...

Carol Time At Canarsie’s Holiday House

Choir from P.S. 279 performed songs to celebrate the holiday season as the giant display at the famous Seddio Holiday House at East 93rd Street and Flatlands Avenue was lit in a ceremony on Sunday. More...

Citywide Used Coat Drive On For Holiday Season

The 12th Annual New York Cares Coat Drive will be collecting gently used adult and children More...

Latest Trend In Public Rage Affecting School Sports

You may have heard or read about the sad and distressing case in Massachusetts involving two fathers whose rage erupted after their sons More...

City Asking Big Businesses To Help In Flu Vaccine Shortage

New York City Health Commissioner Neal L. Cohen, M.D., has asked New York City corporations with supplies of flu vaccine intended for healthy workers to assist the Health Department More...

Snow Owl Gives A Hoot

Guess Whoooo More...

After Opening Loss, Lady Chiefs Rebound Vs. Lincoln

By Michelle Mignott More...

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