January 16, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

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Father & Son Victims Of Crime Of Greed And Hate

The apartment of a Flatlands family was apparently broken into over the weekend and marred with several anti-Semitic epithets and a swastika, in addition to being burglarized. More...

End Near For Problem Streets In Georgetown

Anyone who has driven or walked the streets of Georgetown is aware of the various hazards they can expect to face. More...

Canarsie High School Gets OK To Reinstate ‘Chiefs’ For Teams

Less than six months after the Department of Education (then known as the Board of Education) ordered Canarsie and several other New York City public high schools to eliminate the use of Native American names, mascots and symbols for their athletic t More...

This Week's Attitude

Flawed Death Penalty Gets A Minor Reprieve

With one stroke of his pen Republican Gov-ernor George Ryan last weekend overturned the sentences of 167 Illinois death row inmates, reducing most sentences to life. More...

From The Mayor...

Operation Impact Continues

City

The NYPD had a spectacularly successful 2002. The men and wo-men of our police department drove crime down to record lows-a fact that is even more compelling when you consider that the NYPD More...

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Other News

Police Nab Suspect In Series

Of Beauty Salon Robberies

A man suspected of robbing a number of beauty salons recently in the Canarsie, Brownsville and East Flatbush areas was arrested this week by officers from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad. More...

Arrest Made In November Robbery

Police have picked up one of three suspects in the November, 2002 gunpoint robbery of an East 91st Street resident at his home. More...

Birthday Girl Gets Wish In Lady Vikes’ Hoops Victory

Celebrating her 17th birthday last week, South Shore High School girls basketball team More...

Arts & Entertainment

"Just Married" Couple Has Horrible Honeymoon

AP Entertainment Writer

You don More...

No Unconventional Conventions

ANDY ROONEY

We complain about our political parties, but it More...

Looking Back On 2002-In Photographs

Associated Press Writer

Sarah Hughes skating her way to Olympic Gold. Fires devouring acres of Colorado forest. Montgomery Coun-ty (Md.) Police Chief Charles Moose announcing yet another victim of the Beltway sniper. More...

View From the Middle

Take These Graffiti Idiots And Put ‘Em On Display

A bill proposed by City Councilman Mike Nelson and signed by Mayor Bloomberg recently would in-crease penalties for convictions of those guilty of defacing property with graffiti. More...

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