January 30, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

ARREST IN NITE

CLUB MURDER

A Florida resident who had been sought in connection with a murder committed in front of a Canarsie night club in September, 2000 was arrested last weekend and charged with the murder. More...

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Explosion Rips Through East 81 St. House

An explosion ripped through the northern wall of an attached house at 1115 East 81st Street last Sunday morning, scattering glass, bricks, clothing and furniture onto the back and side yards. More...

Residents Brave Cold To Attend Bias Vandalism Spree Meeting

An overflow crowd of more than 300 community residents showed their concern as they braved frigid temperatures last Thursday night to attend a special town hall meeting at the Kings Bay YM-YWHA on Nostrand Avenue in Sheepshead Bay, convened by Congre More...

Beloved, Veteran Canarsie High School Teacher Dies

Students, members of the faculty and almost two generations of graduates from Canarsie High School last week mourned the pass- ing of a beloved biology teacher, Thomas Charles Nagin, who had taught at the school since 1969. More...

From The Mayor...

Future Still Looks Bright

There is no denying that New York City faces some tough short-term challenges. But is our future going to be bright? Absolutely. New York is the worlds second home-the place where the best and the brightest want to live, work and do business. More...

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Other News

New Yorkers Must Dial One For All Calls Starting Feb. 1

New Yorkers will have to dial eleven digits to complete all calls within New York City, even calls within the same area code, starting Saturday. More...

Cease & Desist Hearing Set

For Mill Basin, Marine Park

Secretary of State Randy A. More...

It L-L-Looks C-C-Cold, Too!

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Arts & Entertainment

Biopic Tells Story Of ‘Fascinating Figure’

AP Entertainment Writer

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New "Sesame Street Live" Show Coming To Our Area

Elmo and Zoe are starting a Friendship Club and children and families in New York are invited to join. "Let More...

Black History Month To Be Marked At Boro’s Libraries

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) celebrates Black History Month with special programs and events throughout the Central Library and 58 branches honoring African-American culture and history. More...

View From the Middle

Everybody Loves Debra — Except The Osbournes

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The Middle

Three cheers for "Everybody Loves Raymond" star Patricia Heaton, who plays Raymond More...

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