March 15, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Breukelen Houses To Get $4.5M In Improvements

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Female Body Found Behind Dumpster On E. 89 Street

Police from the 67th Precinct last Monday investigated the discovery of the body of a woman that was found next to a dumpster just north of the Brooklyn Terminal Market. More...

South Shore’s Lady Vikings Play For PSAL Girls ‘B’ Championship

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P.S. 279 Students Learn While Doin’ The Dance

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Competition Open For National Teacher Awards

Time Warner Cable is seeking entries for its 2000-2001 National Teacher Awards competition, a corporate program that recognizes innovative teachers who use cable television programming in their classrooms to help students learn. More...

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Letters To The Editor Thankful For CB 18 Action Editor:

In recent years, the intersection of East 103rd Street and Avenue K has seen an increase in motor vehicle accidents and an escalating risk of personal injury to its many traversers. The intersection, which borders P.S. More...

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