March 14, 2002 RSS feed / Other News

Rep. Towns Promotes Literacy At National Urban League Breakfast

Congressman Edolphus "Ed" Towns (D-Brooklyn) recently hosted an ecumenical breakfast with Congressman Major Owens (D-Brooklyn) and Hugh Price, the President and CEO of the National Urban League at Berean Missionary Baptist Church. More...

Boro Libraries Host Salute To Turn-Of-Century Black Poet

In honor of Women More...

Cyclones Have Hot Ticket With June Opener Looming

Spring training is in full swing and so is Brooklynites More...

Reunions Can Recall The Glory Days Of High School

Reminiscing about glory days on the gridiron or your first boyfriend can make you nostalgic. When you think back to those old high school days, one thought always pops up - when More...

P.S. 233 Seeking Gifted Students

Public School 233 is seeking qualified students for its in-house gifted program, Stimulating Outstanding Achievement through Reading (SOAR). The program offers an academically challenging and stimulating curriculum to gifted and motivated youngsters. More...

Wyckoff Demonstration Shows How Women Worked In1600s

A hearty group of men, women and children turned out at the Wyckoff House Museum on Clarendon Road on Sunday, March 3rd for demonstrations of "women More...

New Commissioner Takes Reins At City Aging Department

It gives me great pleasure to introduce myself as the new Commissioner of the New York City Department for the Aging. More...

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