May 23, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

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Memorial Day Parade Shaping Up To Be A Winner!

By Charles Rogers More...

South Shore HS Getting Its Field Of Dreams

The South Shore High School athletic field, which is more like a rock garden than a playing field, will be completely replaced with a $4.5 million sports complex that will bear the name of John Whitehead, a retired investment banker and former chairm More...

Cops Re-Starting Civilian Patrols

Seeking community help and in-volvement in battling crime in the Can-arsie area, Police Officer Michael Mc-Carthy, community affairs officer of the 69th precinct, spoke at last Tuesday's United Canarsie South Civic Associa-tion meeting, concerning th More...

Arts & Entertainment

"About A Boy" Portrays Maturing Of Perpetual Adolescent

By Matt Wolf More...

Atlantic City History Exhibit To Open May 25 At Resorts

Resorts Atlantic City blazes another "first" into its long, rich history, with the opening of Resorts Retrospective: A Century of Memories, presented by Showtime Exhibit Builders. More...

C’est La Vie

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Other News

Teenager Is Shot Walking Near E. 101 St. Playground

By Charles Rogers More...

South Shore Coach Calls It Quits After 34 Years

As a boy growing up in a housing project in the mean streets of East New York, Jeff Bieder always knew that he wanted to do something revolving around sports. More...

One Injured In Rockaway Pkwy. Crash

Firefighters and other emergency personnel work feverishly on cars involved in a crash at the intersection of Avenue L and Rockaway Parkway at 1:15 p.m. on Saturday, May 18th. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

State Budget Adds Up To Political Grandstanding

When Albany lawmakers hurriedly passed the annual budget last week, it underscored the fact this is an election year across New York State. More...

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