October 3, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

E. 86 ST. SHOOTING SUSPECT SOUGHT

Police from the 69 Precinct are looking for a man who fled the area last Saturday with his girlfriend and her seven-year-old son after he allegedly shot a man in broad daylight on East 86 Street between Flatlands Avenue and Avenue J. More...

Top Stories

Mayor Leads Ceremony Officially Opening Gateway Mall

After years of delays, false starts and environmental studies More...

Thanksgiving Eve Murder

Suspects Go To Trial

Two juries are currently hearing the cases of three suspects in the shooting death of a Canarsie youth on November 21, 2001, the night before Thanksgiving last year. More...

Proposed Legislation Would Address Illegal Apt. Rentals

State Assemblyman Frank Seddio warned homeowners of the dangers of renting out apartments illegally and told of bills being proposed in Albany to try to combat the practice at the September 24 In-formed Voices Civic Association Meeting. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Memorable Characters, Solid Acting Shine In "Moonlight Mile"

AP Entertainment Writer

The best thing about "Moonlight Mile" is the dynamic it shares with "In the Bedroom, More...

New Aquarium Exhibit Explores Sea Creatures’ Alien World

An alien world of strange creatures has arrived at the New York Aquarium with the recent opening of the new Alien Stingers exhibit. More...

C’est La Vie

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Features Synd., Inc. More...

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Other News

New District Appointees Acknowledged At School Board Meeting

The Board for Community School District 18 held their first meeting of the new school year last week at P.S. 244. At the onset, Superintendent Paula LeCompte Speed More...

Volunteers Scheduled To

Spruce Up City Schools

New York Cares is currently assembling a team of more than 8,000 volunteers to make more than 100 public schools in all five boroughs cleaner, brighter and in better repair for the school year, during the 11th Annual New York Cares Day Serve-a-Thon, More...

Unfair Tree-tment

The tree pictured, at the corner of East 87 Street and Seaview Avenue, lies on its side after being stricken by lightning at about 4 a.m. Saturday, neighbors said. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

Attitude
Let There Be Light At The End Of Ave. L

At last, there appears to be light More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Mayor

Where do you turn when you want to know what condition your child More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleEverywhere You Look: Surveillance Cameras,
Courtesy Of Big Brother

I More...

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