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SUSPECT CAUGHT IN

ATTEMPTED HOME INVASION

Police from the 69 Precinct last weekend apprehended a suspect after he allegedly robbed and tried to invade the home of an East 82 Street resident. More...

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Four Firefighters Injured

In East New York Blaze

Four firefighters were injured last Monday, September 9 while fighting a smoky blaze in the East New York industrial park east of Canarsie, City Fire Department officials reported. More...

Starrett City Woman Is

Charged In Welfare Scam

A Starrett City resident who is a part-time teaching assistant was indicted last week for grand larceny and welfare fraud after an investigation determined she was collecting benefits while working for the Board of Education, according to a report is More...

Hundreds Attend 9/11 Mass At Mary Queen of Heaven

With the standing room only crowd, it seemed like the whole of Brooklyn had gathered at the Mary Queen of Heaven church in Mill Basin on Tuesday night, as Father Jamie Gigantiello, the pastor of the church, presided over a well orchestrated, often mo More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeIn Times Of Crisis, Music Gets Me Through

As much as I wanted to avoid the myriad painful, yet poignant, September 11 commemorations and recollections, I found it almost impossible not to be drawn to a few. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Congress Makes A Historic
Visit To New York

Last Friday, the U.S. Congress held an historic special session in the city that was the first capital of our new nation More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleA Year Later

It More...

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IMAGES FROM A DAY WE’LL NEVER FORGET

An aerial view of the recovery operation underway last October 4 at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center. Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo More...

D.A. Indicts Suspect In

Canarsie Rent Scams

Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes last week indicted Joel Georges, 43, on burglary charges for attempting to fraudulently rent apartments here to unsuspecting customers. More...

Museum Near Ground Zero Poignantly Remembers 9/11

Five blocks southwest of Ground Zero is the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park City, which opened in 1997 as a "Living Memorial to the Holocaust," and was closed for three weeks after the September 11 tragedy. More...

Arts & Entertainment

"City By The Sea": ‘Made for TV With Better Casting’

AP Entertainment Writer

"City by the Sea" is essentially a made-for-TV movie with better casting and more cursing. More...

New Guide Offers Travel Ideas To See Colorful Autumn Scenery

The official "New York State Autumn Guide 2002" is now available free from Empire State Development More...

C’est La Vie

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