September 26, 2002 RSS feed / Other News

Some Things To Do When A Hurricane Blows Your Way

The Atlantic hurricane season runs through November 30 and hurricane experts are warning the public against "hurricane amnesia." According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, it has been two years since a hurricane has h More...

Home Depot Shows Its Cutting Edge

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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...

Nine-Year-Old Boy Dies In Fall From Escalator At Kings Plaza

A nine-year-old Crown Heights boy who had been shopping with his parents at Kings Plaza Saturday, died after plunging three stories from an escalator in the Sears store there, police said. More...

City Parking Fines, Tow Fees Increase Oct. 1st

It is official. Next Tuesday, parking ticket fines will increase to $105.00 in New York City for most parking ticket summonses. An official New York City announcement was made this week. More...

Public Report Card Evaluates State Of The City

Mayor Michael Bloomberg this week released the Mayor More...

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