December 19, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

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18-Year-Old Stabbed To Death In Seaview Estates Apt. By Charles Rogers

Police are looking for a killer who stabbed an 18-year-old man to death in a Seaview Estates apartment apparently sometime Tuesday. More...

Fidler Heads Task Force Trying To Revitalize Ave. L

A task force organized by City Councilman Lewis Fidler will convene in early January to develop a strategy to revitalize the economically depleted Avenue L shopping strip. More...

Remembrance Wall For Brooklyn’s 9/11 Hero Firefighters Unveiled

Text and Photos By Neil S. Friedman

Family members of Brooklyn firefighters who died in lower Manhattan rescue efforts following the terrorists attacks on September 11, 2001, gathered in Coney Island Sunday afternoon to witness the unveiling of the Brooklyn Wall of Remembrance honoring More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeNaughty Educrats Lack Spirit Of Holiday Season

In this festive holiday season, the mood and the message of good will is apparently lost on a few Scrooges and nincompoops in the New York City public school system. More...

From The Mayor...

Consumers Offered Advice On Safe Holiday Decorating

Decking the halls with boughs of holly may have been a popular means of decorating for holidays of years past, but flashing bulbs, illuminated icicles, even animated figurines on lawns and rooftops are a far more common sight today. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleComparing Pearl Harbor And WTC Does Disservice To Some

"How could this be?" I asked my-self. "How could anyone criticize my column More...

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Pair Steals Leather Jackets

From Flatlands Ave. Boutique

Police are looking for two suspects who escaped from a local boutique last Thursday with four leather jackets worth nearly $2,000 after holding the owner and a customer at bay with a handgun. More...

Intruder Shot By

Local Homeowner

Hearing a noise coming from his 18-month-old son More...

He Tells Cops He’s "Law Enforcement"

And They Arrest Him For Impersonation

Anti Crime Unit officers from the 69th Precinct last week picked up a Canarsie resident on charges of impersonating an officer and gun possession after he told them he was "working with you guys" and flashed a gold shield. More...

Arts & Entertainment

10th ‘Trek" Movie Is ‘Dullest and Drabbest Of The Lot’

Associated Press Writer

If "Star Trek: Nemesis" is "a generation More...

PBS To Present New Adaptation

Of "The Merry Widow" Opera

Next to Jackie 0, she More...

ANDY ROONEY

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