October 11, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Ambulance Corps President Hurt

During Sept. 11 Rescue Attempt More...

Special Blessings For Animals — Great And Small

While those wonderful, special dogs who bravely searched for survivors of the World Trade Center disaster were dutifully blessed on the Feast of St. More...

Vikings’ Slide Continues With 16-6 Loss To Warriors

The South Shore High School varsity football team find themselves winless four games into the 2001 season. More...

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Canarsie Teenager Shot Walking With Friends

Police from the 69th Precinct are looking for the person responsible for shooting a local teenager as he was walking along Farragut Road and talking with some friends last Sunday night. More...

Pier Fisherman Cast Off Sewage Warning

Although the city's Department of Environmental Protection distributed signs this week warning fishermen that it would be "inadvisable" to fish off Canarsie Pier through next Monday, there they are, rod and reel in hand, doing their thing. More...

Integrating Technology Into Schools Can Be Beneficial

While 84 percent of teachers in the United States say that computers and Internet access improve the quality of education, two thirds say the Internet is not well integrated into their classrooms, according to NetDay, a national education technology More...

Arts & Entertainment

Story Of Destined Lovers ‘Sweet As Hot Chocolate’

How apropos that "Serendipity More...

C’est La Vie by Don Flood

© 2001 King Features Synd., Inc, More...

Book News Horror Writers Reunite

Associated Press Writer

Recent events in America have made one thing clear: There are far worse horrors than those Stephen King and Peter Straub can concoct. More...

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