April 10, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

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Four Local Junkyards Charged With Toxic Dumping

Law enforcement officers from the NYPD, New York State Attorney General More...

Parents, Educators, Pols Agree Pre-KCuts Would Hurt

The 4-year-old pre-schoolers in Connie Dann Duval More...

Local Athlete Has Skills To Be A Major Leaguer

Canarsie High School senior Yusuf Carter is ar-guably one of the best baseball players in the city and has been for several years for the Canarsie High School varsity baseball team and on the sandlots of Brooklyn before that with the Latin Souls. More...

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Protecting New York Is Protecting the Nation

New York City won an important victory in Congress last week, when both theHouse of Representatives and the Senate approved additional spending on Homeland Security. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddleA Salute To Our Impressive, Imposing Military Might

Do they look good, or what? More...

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Other News

69th Pct. Hostage Drama Ends With No One Hurt

An apparently-deranged man was subdued and arrested after holding a police officer hostage with a knife at his throat in the 69th Precinct stationhouse last Friday. More...

Principals (For ADay) Get Schooled in Public Education

More than a dozen business people from a variety of professions participated in the ninth annual Principal For A Day (PFAD) in Community School District 18 last week. More...

THIS IS SPRING???

The above scene Monday afternoon, looking west on Conklin Avenue from East 92 Street, looks as though it could have come from a Christmas card, although it was April 8. More...

Arts & Entertainment

"The Guys"Quietly Captures 9/11 Without Painful Images

Associated Press Writer

In the numbing days following the Sept. 11 attacks, many New Yorkers walked around in a daze, trying to make sense of the incomprehensible. More...

Nearly Extinct Biblical Creatures Examined In PBSSpecial

Animals are a formidable presence in the Bible, which makes reference to more than a hundred species, some metaphorically and others literally. But many of those creatures are gone from the Holy Land today, or on the verge of extinction there. More...

ANDY ROONEY

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