April 25, 2002 RSS feed / Other News

Kruger Clears Up A Few Questions About Legislature Redistricting

State Senator Carl Kruger (Dem. 21st District) shed some light on the redistricting plan to modify Kings County More...

Mayor Gives A Pint

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg last week donated blood then encouraged all eligible New Yorkers to do the same. More...

WWII Aviators To Hold Reunion At Bennett Field

This Saturday, the National Park Service will host the final reunion of one of Floyd Bennett Field More...

NY State Boasts Drastic Reduction In Welfare Rolls

The number of individuals receiving welfare in New York State has declined by more than one million since January 1995 - a 61 percent reduction that brings New York More...

Changing Hats—For A Day

Canarsie Courier associate editor Neil S. More...

Teenager Among Those Hurt In Avenue M School Bus Crash

A 13-year-old boy and three adults were hurt when a 1994 school bus and a 1996 Ford Suburban collided at the intersection of East 94th Street and Avenue M on Wednesday, April 17th. Names of the injured were not released. More...

Man Wanted For Questioning In Robbery

Police from the 69th Precinct are looking for a 23-year-old man for questioning in the attempted robbery of a patron of a local bank ATM last December 23. More...

$500,000 Grant To Restore Lott House

Marine Park More...

City Health Commissioner Reminds New Yorkers About Window Guards

New York City Department of Health (DOH) Commissioner Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH, has reminded New Yorkers of the importance of window guards in protecting young children from deaths or injuries because of falls from windows. More...

Seddio Announces Campaign Reform Legislation

Assemblyman Frank R. Seddio recently announced passage of a campaign finance reform measure designed to stem the influence of special interest money on elections. More...

Group Gives State Top Child Care Rating

New York State has been ranked first in the nation in helping working families afford quality child care. More...

FTC Alerts Consumers To Top Dozen E-Mail Scams

The Federal Trade Commission recently released its "Dirty Dozen" of online consumer scams. These offers are often fraudulent, and could cost consumers billions of dollars. More...

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