October 17, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

POLICE FOIL

HOME INVASION

As a result of quick work by neighbors, 911 emergency operators and police from the 69th Precinct, a home invasion and robbery attempt at a home on East 92nd Street was foiled last Friday. More...

Top Stories

Killer Confesses To Eight Year Old Canarsie Murder

The man who cold-bloodedly killed a Canarsie woman and wounded her husband during a robbery attempt at their home eight years ago this week confessed to the crime, according to authorities. More...

Future Of Controversial Park Compost Site Is Uncertain

Controversy has once again begun to swirl around the compost site located in the western section of Canarsie Beach Park. More...

Black Cowboys Roundup At H.E.S.

The highlight of HES More...

Arts & Entertainment

‘White Oleander’ Is A "Moving Melodrama"

AP Entertainment Writer

Alison Lohman really is as good as you More...

Caribbean Authors Featured At Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) ce-lebrates the contributions of Caribbean culture with an informative four-part "Caribbean Author Series." Acclaimed authors Antonio Benitez-Rojo, Maryse Conde, Paule Marshall and Elizabeth Nunez will read fro More...

BOOK NEWS

King

Give this much to Stephen King: He doesn More...

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Other News

Breukelen Man Runs From Traffic Stop And Is Nabbed On Gun Charge

As they were making a general traffic stop last Friday evening, Anti-Crime Unit officers from the 69th Precinct arrested a man on East 107th Street in the Breukelen Houses complex after he tried to flee and allegedly threw a hand gun away. More...

Local Sailor Pulls Anti-Terror Duty Aboard Aircraft Carrier

On April 19, 1775, the first shots of the American Revolution rang out in Lexington, Mass. More...

To Spank Or Not To Spank, That Is the Question

(FeatureSource) With the recent coverage of the woman caught on video beating her 4-year old daughter, American parents need to rethink their discipline methods. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeBreathing In NYC May Get A Little Easier

The place: Times Square, New York City. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Our Right
To Clean Air

Did you know that the air in a smoke-filled bar is more dangerous than the air in the Holland Tunnel at rush hour? More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleNobody Deserves Nobel Prize
More Than Ex-Pres. Carter

It was announced last week that former President Jimmy Carter has been chosen as the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize this year. More...

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