October 18, 2001 RSS feed / Other News

New School Construction Rolling Right Along

If you're wondering how things have been going at the P.S. 66 construction site on Rockaway Parkway and Avenue D, take a look as that heavy equipment did a job on it recently. More...

Pledging Their Patriotism

These P.S. 276 Class K-122 kindergarten students, their teacher and classroom aides were among the millions who took part in last Friday's nationwide synchronized Pledge of Allegiance. More...

Pataki Unveils Plan To ‘Rebuild NY-Renew America’

Governor George E. Pataki last week unveiled a comprehensive $54 billion plan to "Rebuild NY - Renew America" that calls on the Federal government to continue to assist New York More...

Vikings Trounce Orange Wave 36-0 For First Win Of Season

The South Shore Vikings varsity football team won its first game of the current PSAL season, after four straight losses, with a 36-0 trouncing of Jefferson High School at home last Saturday. More...

Senator Kruger Proposes Bill Making Bio-terror Capital Crime

State Senator Carl Kruger is sponsoring groundbreaking legislation that would make the commission of a bioterrorist act a capital crime in New York State. More...

Voting Time — Again

Was it only a week ago that Canarsiens and other New Yorkers again visited the polls? More...

Watch Out For Those Deceptive Auto Ads: Att’y General

By N.Y. State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer More...

From The Desk Of Mayor Rudolph Giuliani...

City Will Meet Current Challenges And Triumph More...

Canarsie Tops Lincoln, 24-6, To Remain Undefeated

The Canarsie High School varsity football team overcame several mistakes to defeat Lincoln High School, 24-6, at home last Saturday and remain one of the few unbeaten PSAL squads with only a few weeks left in the season. More...

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