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NEW CRIME CRACKDOWN

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Holocaust Remembered Here In Annual Memorial Service

At a time when tensions are high and senseless acts of violence in the Mideast make the headlines daily, community residents, Jews as well as non-Jews, attended a special service at Young Israel of Canarsie Monday evening that was both an annual Holo More...

Plaque To Be Placed Apr. 25 At Original Canarsie Courier Site

A number of dignitaries are expected to attend next Thursday More...

Reward Doubled For Illegal Gun Arrest Information

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. More...

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"Changing Lanes" Stalls Despite ‘Skillful’ Performances

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Moyers Explores Vital History Of "America’s River"

Although only 315 miles long and tucked away in the Northeast corner of the nation, the Hudson River has been called America More...

C’est La Vie by Don Flood

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Local Teachers Part Of Citywide Protests

Thousands of New York City teachers, including contingents at community elementary, intermediate and high schools, protested outside their respective schools on Monday to spotlight their demand for a new contract and a salary boost. More...

Counsellor Advises: Let Children Be Children

By Marilyn Atherley. Ph.D. More...

Woman Struck By Car On E. 92 St.

Passersby and area residents are shown as they aided a woman struck by a car on East 92 Street, between Flatlands and Conklin avenues, on Monday. Moments after the incident, Fire Department personnel from Engine Co. More...

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