October 4, 2001 RSS feed / Top Stories

Kidnapped Teen Calls Mom, Who Calls Cops, Who Nab Bad Guys A 15-year-old Canarsien was surrounded by three men, forced into a private home on Avenue K and held at the home while his kidnappers made him phone his mother and ask for $5,000 ransom last we

The youth was subsequently released unharmed and the alleged kidnappers were caught red-handed, according to authorities. The incident happened in broad daylight on Wednesday, September 26th at about 4 p.m. More...

Interfaith Service Unites Canarsie Community

In the aftermath of the devastating terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and elsewhere in our nation, Canarsiens of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds gathered in St. Jude School More...

Caribbean Educators Fill District 18 Teacher Vacancies

At the start of 2001-2002 school year, Community School District 18 held a welcoming reception for more than 60 new teachers who are filling positions in the district More...

Wyckoff’s Apple/Autumn Festival: A Treat For The Whole Family

Young and old alike had an opportunity to enjoy an Autumn Festival for the whole family at the Wyckoff House Museum on Ralph Avenue and Clarenden Road on the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd. More...

Courier Closed Columbus Day

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed on Monday, October 8th for Columbus Day. We will reopen at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 9th. More...

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