October 10, 2002 RSS feed / Other News

200 Become Citizens At Wyckoff House Anniversary Ceremony

In a ceremony on the grounds of the Wyckoff House Museum on Clarendon Road last Saturday, 200 immigrants raised their right hands as they recited the oath of citizenship. More...

Sanitation Dept. Takes Columbus Day Holiday

The New York City Department of Sanitation has announced that, in ob-servance of Columbus Day, there will be no street cleaning, garbage, or recycling collection on October 14th. More...

Through

The Ropes

Have we seen the last of "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan in his second coming to World Wrestling Entertainment? More...

How To Use Television As More Than Just A Babysitter

In today More...

‘Silent Night’ Target Here

As part of Operation Silent Night, Mayor Bloomberg More...

CANARSIE COURIER

CLOSED COLUMBUS DAY

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed Columbus Day, Monday, October 14. We will reopen at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 15. More...

Precinct Officers Are Honored

Police Officer Thomas Defonte, named the 69 Precinct More...

Canarsie Loses To Midwood For First Time In 12 Years

Unlike their junior varsity football counterparts, which defeated the Midwood High School JV, the Blue Thunder varsity team was unsuccessful in their attempt to sting the Midwood Hornets, in last Saturday More...

Animals Blessed At Annual Event

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