September 26, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

THREE ROOFTOP BURGLARS CAUGHT

Three teenage burglary suspects were caught almost red handed early last Saturday as they emerged through the back window of a Rockaway Parkway shop they had allegedly just burglarized after entering through a hole in the roof. More...

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Starrett City Is Now Spring Creek Towers

Back in 1976, when it was first established, the sprawling, 46-building complex located just a mile or so east of Canarsie was called Starrett City. More...

Trees Available To Schools For Memorials

Commissioner Christopher O. More...

Eight Injured In Two Auto Crashes

A number of people were injured in two separate autombile crashes here last week. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeNo Matter What, Aging Boomers Can

"Mirror, mirror on the wall More...

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Task Force Seeking To Reduce Brooklyn’s Auto Insurance Rates

Borough President Marty Markowitz chaired the first meeting of his Brooklyn Auto Insurance Task Force on September 18. More...

Everyone Must Get Involved To Help Prevent School Violence

Three high school girls get into an argument with a classmate one night in a rural New York town. The group of three threatens to attack the other girl in school the following day. More...

Bus Route To New Shopping Mall Is Addressed At CB 18 Meeting

Members of Community Board 18 returned to the Kings Plaza Communi-ty Room on September 18 for its first meeting since a summer break, with a full slate. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Fall Movie Preview — Part Two

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Markowitz Announces Funding For Boro Cultural Institutions

Borough President Marty Markowitz recently announced $16,525,000 in capital funding for fiscal year 2003 for many of Kings County More...

C’est La Vie

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Features Synd., Inc. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleCivilian Patrol: Quality Of Life In Our Own Hands

Last week it was reported to us that the United Canarsie South Civic Association, that im-portant group that gets together monthly to discuss issues concerning the neighborhoods south of Seaview Avenue and west of Rockaway Parkway, is looking for mor More...

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