September 20, 2001 RSS feed / Other News

Carib Biz Groups Sponsor WTC Disaster Relief Effort

In response to the devastating terror, which struck New York City More...

September 11th

The morning was crisp and clear as I woke on Primary Day, at 6AM. As my busy day began, I felt the excitement of seeing my family and having them around all day for this special day. More...

Community Shows Its Support After Trade Center Tragedy

Residents of Canarsie, Marine Park, Mill Basin, Bergen Beach and surrounding cxommunities are showing their patriotism, support and sympathy in light of the tragedy of the Twin Towers disaster. More...

Canarsie Woman Worked For Firm In World Trade Center

There are so many sad, sad stories as a result of the Twin Towers disaster. Mrs Antoinette Rubino of Remsen Avenue called to say her daughter, Jo Anne Rubino was working for Marsh & McClennan on the 98th floor of Building No. More...

Man Shot Seven Times Lives To Tell About It

A 24-year-old Canarsie man was shot seven times as he sat in his car on East 84th Street last Saturday afternoon and, miraculously, escaped serious injury, police said. More...

Primary Election Rescheduled For Tuesday, September 25th

Primary elections in New York City and statewide have been rescheduled for next Tuesday, it was announced late last week by Governor George E. Pataki, Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver. More...

NYS Website & Banks Make It Easy To Donate To WTC Relief Fund

Governor George E. Pataki announced last Saturday that concerned individuals across the nation can now make a donation to the newly-created New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund via the State More...

A SCRAPBOOK OF LOCAL CONCERN

Below is a selection of photographs taken around the Canarsie and Marine Park communities in the days following the World Trade Center tragedy. More...

Narrow Escape

Donna Myrie points to where a bullet pierced her window frame last Friday night during apparent gun play outside her home on Conklin Avenue. More...

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