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Towns, Sampson Blast Gateway On Closing Of Restaurant On The Pier

A spokesperson for Congressman Ed Towns last week said that officials at Gateway National Recreation Area are "doing a disservice" to the residents of Canarsie and the surrounding areas by closing the Sunset Landing Restaurant on Canarsie P More...

Zimmer First—And Now Last—President Of School Board 18

The Jack Zimmer, who served as president of Community School Board 18 for almost 32 years, was once again elected president at the board More...

Church Festival Starts Summer Off With A Bang!

What a terrific way to start off the summer! With rides, games, food, entertainment and plenty of sunshine, the Mary Queen of Heaven Summer Festival, held from June 26 to June 30 was a "wonderful" success, according to promoters. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

Government Can Regulate Many Things, But Not Religion

Eight days before this nation celebrated its independence, a federal appeals court declared that reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools was unconstitutional because of the words "under God" inserted by Congress in 1954. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

City

There have been major changes in New York City More...

From The Governor...

From The Governor’s Desk...

Historic School Governance

Legislation Signed Into Law More...

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Other News

I.D. Of Purse Snatcher Pays Off

Police tell us that reporting a crime expeditiously, with the time, place and a possible identification of the perpetrator will pay off almost every time. More...

City Says "Hands Off!" Opening Fire Hydrants, Except With Spray Cap

As the city experiences extreme heat and humidity this week, Commissioner Christopher O. Ward of the New York City Department of Environmental Pro-tection (DEP) has asked New Yorkers to avoid illegal opening of fire hy-drants. More...

Canarsie "Shut Out" Of Gateway Center Employment, Says Civic Leader

"My impression is that Canarsie is left out and shut out again", stated Rev. Matteo Rizzo, president of the Informed Voices Civic Association at the organization More...

Arts & Entertainment

Sandler’s Latest Is ‘Insipid and Unfunny’

AP Movie Writer

Adam Sandler More...

BPL’s "My Brooklyn" Exhibit To Feature Top Photographs

Brooklyn Public Library More...

C’est La Vie

Scooby-Doo, Why Are You A Movie? Before we begin today, it More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

The Stock Market Fiasco: These Cons

Are Walking Away With Our Money! More...

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