April 26, 2001 RSS feed / Other News

Our Town In The ’20s — A Bird’s Eye View

As the Canarsie Courier came into being in 1921, the community was already showing signs of growing. More...

Canarsie Historian Salutes Us For Chronicling Community’s Past Dear Friends:

Congratulations to the Canarsie Courier upon its 80th anniversary. We, of the Canarsie Historical Society, salute you upon this momentous occasion. More...

"Threat" Youth Expelled...

suspended and police confiscated a licensed handgun from the boy More...

Search Increased For Murder Suspect

The 69th Precinct Detective Squad has increased its operations involving a seven-month-old murder case here. More...

ATTENTION READERS

The management and editors of the Canarsie Courier would like to hear from our readers. More...

Kruger Assails Boro Libraries For Not Filtering Porn

On the day the federal law went into effect requiring libraries and schools to install anti-smut software, State Senator Carl Kruger lashed out at the Brooklyn Public Library system for failing to take action to comply with the new statute and for &q More...

Canarsie Courier: 80 Years And Still Going Strong

It was 1921. America was just reviving from World War I and things were looking up. More...

A Message From The Publishers

This Is YOUR Canarsie Courier! More...

The History Of The Courier Is The History Of Latter-Day Canarsie

The early dynasties of the Canarsie Courier included, left to right, Edward Herrschaft, Lester J. Stillwell and the Samitz Brothers, Bob and Joe. It was founded in 1921 by Stillwell and Walter S.Patrick. More...

Co-Founder Remembers The Birth Of A Weekly

The following was written by the founder of the Canarsie Courier for the newspaper More...

D.A.’s Rep Tells Civic Meeting Crime Victims Are Not Forgotten

In an ongoing effort to provide support to the community, the Informed Voices Civic Association invited Amanda Voytek, Director of Counseling Programs, Counseling Services Unit from Brooklyn D.A. Charles Hynes More...

Immigrants Offered Free Residency Assistance

Immigrant residents of New York City trying to apply for legal permanent residency through their family members by next Monday, April 30, are encouraged to contact Citizenship NYC for free application assistance. More...

Pols, Jewish Leaders Urge Bush To Free Israeli Spy

New York City Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi, U.S. Representative Anthony D. Weiner and several leaders of New York More...

Fast Food Celebrates 50 Years Of Meals On Wheels

Fifty years ago, as drive-thru restaurants were beginning to appear in California, the term "fast food" was first used by reference book publisher Merriam-Webster. More...

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