July 12, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Some Area Locations Eyed After Accident Stats Rise

Police from the 69th Precinct are mounting an "urgent" campaign to cut down on the number of accidents in the local Canarsie area. More...

Battle Of Brooklyn Spotlighted On Nation’s 225th Birthday

There were flags, music, and Brooklynites dressed in Colonial-era garb as the first reading of the Declaration of Independence in New York State was re-enacted in an outdoor ceremony on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall last Monday. More...

Huge Mural On East 87th Street Could Be First Of Many

They call the program sponsored by Canarsie AWARE "Project P.A.I.N.T.," but it More...

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Free Meals Given Out In Area Schools — No Questions Asked

A number of Canarsie schools are on the list where children can receive free delicious meals throughout the summer. Any child can just walk into a participating neighborhood school and enjoy a nutritious breakfast and lunch, with no questions asked! More...

Summer Is Good Time To Stimulate Learning For Children

What parents do with their children after school lets out for the summer has a huge impact on how those children do when school reopens. Nonetheless, parents should use the time they have with children to foster a continued interest in learning. More...

Top CHS Grad Named Scholar-Athlete

Anton Krotov, right, valedictorian of Canarsie High School More...

Letters/Opinion

Making Sense Of Flag Abstinence Editor:

While you may believe your recent column (View From The Middle, 7/5/01) had good intentions, and are entitled to your old-fashioned opinion, Frank Seddio, Tom Fiorenze and you must have your heads in the sand! More...

What’s Your Opinion?

This feature offers responses on a weekly topic compiled and photographed by Marsha Sereno. More...

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