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Rain Helps Handicapped Residents Prove A Point

Those residents of a BayView Houses building who are disabled and had previously been fighting with the City Department of Housing to provide proper parking facilities in front of their building last week made their point, thanks to a drenching thund More...

Numbers "Startling" For Sexual Harassment In Schools

and Jeffrey A. Lichtman

The numbers are startling. Four of five students in grades 8 through 11 have been sexually harassed in school, usually by classmates. Of those, 35 percent were targets in elementary school. More...

Caribbean Community Gets Set

For Annual Labor Day Carnival

Next Monday, the Caribbean-American community will celebrate its 35th Annual Labor Day Carnival with festivities in Brooklyn, under the auspices of the West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA). More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeLittle Leaguers Oughta Just Wanna Have Fun

A year after a Bronx team had their third place Little League World Series title invalidated when it was discovered its star pitcher was ineligible because he was too old, a team from Harlem received comparable media attention More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Report Helps FDNY & NYPD Build On 9/11 Heroism

Five months ago, Police Commissioner Kelly and Fire Commissioner Scoppetta asked the highly respected consulting firm of McKinsey & Company to study the responses of the NYPD and FDNY to the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleSaint Bloomberg Finds A Hypocritical Cause

The old joke, which is attributed, I think, to W.C. Fields, went: "It More...

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Other News

Arrest Made In Bayview Shooting

It took only a matter of hours for police from the 69 Precinct to apprehend a suspect in the shooting of a BayView Houses resident last weekend. More...

Health Dept. To Examine Dead

Crow Found On East 104 Street

Health Dept. officials said it will take “at least ten to 14 days” before they can find out if the dead crow (above) found on East 104 Street near Avenue K has West Nile Virus. More...

CANARSIE COURIER

CLOSED LABOR DAY

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed Labor Day, Monday, September 2. We will reopen at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 3. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Casting Makes "One Hour Photo" Click

AP Entertainment Writer

Much of what makes "One Hour Photo" click is the casting. More...

Ch. 13 Special Is Revealing Look At Firefighters After 9/11

A year after the worst terrorist attack in United States history, Thirteen/WNET-New York presents a candid account of the firefighters in two New York City firehouses as they struggle to cope in the aftermath of the tragedy. More...

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