April 12, 2001 RSS feed / Other News

Parkshore Owner Pleads Guilty In State’s Largest-Ever Medicaid Fraud

When attorneys for Lawrence Friedman, the owner-operator of Canarsie More...

Jewish Council Gives Out Hundreds Of Free Passover Packages

The Jewish Community Council of Canarsie (JCCC) last week engineered the packaging and delivery of more than 800 Passover packages of food to senior citizens and at least 450 packages to the needy in the local area. More...

Arbor Day Helps To Beautify America’s Future

Executive Director, National Tree Trust

For years, late April has been a time when Americans have gathered in cities and towns, farms and forests, to improve their health and beautify their communities. They do this for themselves, their children and the generations that will follow them. More...

Showboat On Our Shore

If you take a walk along Canarsie Pier you might feel you More...

69th Precinct Explorers Take "Kidnapped" Boy Into Their Fold

By Charles Rogers More...

Check Out Next Week’s Canarsie Courier 80th Anniversary Issue!

Be sure to get our special 80th anniversary issue that will be available on newstands next Thursday, April 19th. More...

One Million New Yorkers "Hang Up" On Telemarketers

Governor George E. Pataki last week announced that more than one million New York State residents have responded to the "Do Not Call" Telemarketing Sales Calls Registry More...

City Council Speaker Unveils Plan To Fund Classes For Immigrants

New York City Council Speaker Peter Vallone last week joined Councilman John Sabini and members of the New York Immigration Coalition and the United Jewish Appeal to unveil his plan to allocate $5 million for English for Speakers of Other Languages ( More...

Gas Prices Seesaw Nationwide In March According To Survey

Nationwide, the average price of regular unleaded gasoline in March was down 4.2 cents per gallon from February to $1.435, according to AAA. More...

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