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Detective Story: Police Here Help

Nab

When an experienced detective feels "something More...

Brooklyn Postmaster Visits Canarsie Station For Award Ceremony

In his visit to Canarsie last week, Brooklyn Postmaster Joseph Lubrano was quick to praise workers at the local branch, as well as to give special support to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) in general. More...

Team Revolution Youth Program Holds Open House

The revolution has begun! Hoping to foster unity and a better future for young people, teenagers and young adults from all over New York City came together last Saturday to celebrate the unveiling of Team Revolutions More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeThere

The corporate scandals that have wreaked havoc and undermined consumer confidence for the last nine weeks, may, in the long term, prove more damaging to the nation More...

View From the Middle

View From

The Middle

Let This Murder Suspect Wander Freely In The Jail Yard! More...

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Police Nab Stab Suspect After

Bus Dispute Between "Friends"
The suspect then fled east on Flatlands Avenue. He was later picked up near his home

Detective Miller said he was charged with felonious assault. The victim was treated by Emergency Medical Service paramedics at the scene. More...

He Impersonated A Cop And Then

Called Police During Dispute: Cops

Police here are still baffled as to why a man who was impersonating a police officer called them early last Saturday to help resolve a dispute he was having with a customer at a restaurant. More...

Sewer-Stuck Cat Finds One Of Its Lives Saved By Local Residents

There was a time when you would read human interest stories as common occurrences More...

Arts & Entertainment

Ford "Excellent" As Russian Sub Commander

All that said, this review More...

Prospect Park Has Busy

Summer Schedule for Kids

Ah, summer More...

Works Of Paul Gauguin On

Display At NYC Museum

For the first time in more than 40 years, French artist Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) will be the subject of a major monographic show in New York City. More...

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