March 27, 2003 RSS feed / Other News

Fuel Dealer Working From Canarsie

Home Charged With Tax Fraud By IRS

A Long Island resident doing business out of a Canarsie home as a fuel supplier was arraigned last week in federal court after being charged with fraudulently selling diesel fuel to the Long Island Railroad and collecting excise tax refunds when he w More...

Special School Board 18 Meeting To Be Held April 3

Community School Board 18 will hold a special working session on April 3 at 6:15 p.m. at 1106 East 95 Street (at Conklin Avenue, one block north of Flatlands Avenue). More...

Show Your Support For America’s GIs At DoDWebsite

Many Americans wonder what they can do to show support for our troops overseas. More...

Local Police Maintaining Vigilance During "Operation Atlas," Says C.O. By Charles Rogers

"What we More...

It’s Time To Pray

It is now a time for prayer. As our armed forces More...

Kruger Continues Blasting City’s Education Reforms

with Neil S. Friedman

As the nation stood on the brink of war last week, Senator Carl Kruger, flanked by Assemblyman Frank Sed-dio and Congressman Lew Fidler, held court in Marine Park Intermediate High School on Stuart Street to explain his battle plan with the lawsuit h More...

Local Cop Makes Gun-Possession Arrest

Captain Robert Johnsen, commanding officer of the 69 Precinct, has been giving special emphasis lately on cracking down on illegal handguns in the local area. More...

Charges Mount On Stolen Car Driver After Drug Bust

The luck of a man who was arrested Tuesday on a drug charge seems to have run out completely, as a variety of other charges against him continue to mount the longer he stays in custody. More...

No Butts About It—Smoking Ban Takes Effect Sunday

Health Commissioner Thomas R. More...

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