March 20, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

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By Neil S. Friedman

The 200-foot steel barrier currently being installed on the Mill Basin drawbridge to separate east- and westbound lanes of the Belt Parkway would not have helped the Canarsie man who was knocked into Jamaica Bay last Friday afternoon by an apparently More...

Man Wounded In Drive-By Shooting

Near Flatlands-Ralph Intersection

Patrol officers from the 63rd Precinct last Monday spied a man driving erratically on Flatlands Avenue near Ralph Avenue at about 2:45 p.m. when he abruptly stopped his SUV in the middle of the street near the intersection. More...

Local Compost Site Established Without DEC Permit: Comptroller

At last, somebody with an official title has called the City Sanitation Department and the State Department of Environmental Conservation to task, accusing both agencies of violating state guidelines by operating compost sites without the proper perm More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeMarch (War) Madness Isn

By the time you read this, the opening assault on Baghdad might be proceeding against Iraqi defenses. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

AWeek Of Triumph, AWeek Of Sorrow

The life of a great city, like that of a family or neighborhood, is a constant mixture of struggle, success, and sometimes sorrow. And last week in New York, we ran the gamut of those sweet and bitter experiences. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleRegular Guys With A Job To Do

I work pretty closely with the detective unit of the 69th Precinct. As a result of having a generally-good rapport with them More...

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Brush Fire Near Spring Creek Towers

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Towns’ Survey Leads To Changes At Canarsie Post Office

Some customers at the Canarsie Post Office at East 102 Street and Flatlands Avenue say they have already seen improvements in the facility after having seen a recent survey sponsored by Congressman Ed Towns. More...

Results of Congressman Ed Towns’ Canarsie Postal Survey

Question # 1 - How frequently do you visit the Canarsie Post Office on Flatlands Avenue and East 102nd Street? More...

Arts & Entertainment

‘The Hunted’ Is A"Crisp, Intense"Action Movie

Associated Press Writer

Tommy Lee Jones has a great walk: short, forceful strides, shoulders hunched slightly forward, eyes hard-wired to the ground ahead of him. There More...

Lotsa Clownin’ Around As Circus Comes To Town

The clowns of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus have been crowd favorites for several generations. More...

ANDY ROONEY

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