July 5, 2001 RSS feed / Other News

Hero Remembered

In a touching ceremony attended by Mayor Giuliani, city officials and hundreds of fellow firefighters, a triangle plot of land in Marine Park was dedicated last week to the late Firefighter Christopher Bopp of Canarsie's Ladder Co. 170. More...

Donations Asked For Funeral Costs

Gardy Brazela, president of the Friends United Block Association, other community leaders and elected officials are spearheading the collection of contributions to defray the costs for two of the victims in the tragic June 21st fire that claimed four More...

DEP Chief Asks Citizens Not To Open Hydrants

Commissioner Joel A. Miele Sr., P.E., of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection has asked New Yorkers to avoid illegal opening of fire hydrants. More...

"New" Merchants Association Proposes ‘L’ Revitalization

Armed with a fierce love of Canarsie, a desire to return the business district of Avenue L to its former glory and a willingness to pitch in and work toward that goal, ten Avenue L merchants gathered at the office of attorney Michael Steiner at 9524 More...

Vallone, Berman Blast Delays In School Construction

City Council Speaker Peter F. Vallone, Finance, Committee Chair and Canarsie representative Herbert E. Berman and Education Committee Chair Priscilla A. More...

Funeral Held For Three Of Four Canarsie Fire Victims

The bodies of three of the four victims of the tragic fire that took place on June 18th in a home on East 79th Street were laid to rest last Friday. A funeral service for all three More...

Wilson Student’s Artwork Selected For Exhibition At Environmental Center

John Wilson Intermediate School 211 announced last week that a piece of artwork created by Edwin Ortiz, a sixth grade student, was selected for the art exhibition Reflections of the Urban Environment. More...

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