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Police Nab Canarsie Man Suspected Of Forging Checks

A Canarsie man was arrested last week after he and an accomplice allegedly forged at least three checks in excess of $3,000 each with the intention of selling the checks to people who would then cash them at local banks, with the suspects taking a pe More...

"Taggers" Deface Wall Mural With Graffiti IDs

For years graffiti artists were the bane of urban quality of life, defacing hundreds of subway cars, as well as public and private property. The artists usually left a unique "tag" that was, in effect, their signature. More...

Health Dept. Issue Warm Weather Food Safety Tips

With Memorial Day approaching and summer just around the corner, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) this week reminded New Yorkers of safe and proper food preparation techniques for the Memorial Day weekend and upcoming More...

Arts & Entertainment

First "Matrix" Sequel Is ‘Shooting Blanks’

AP Movie Writer

Andy and Larry Wachowski should double-check their ammo. The brothers behind 1999 More...

Classic Works Of Art On Exhibit At Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan currently has an exhibition of paintings by Spanish painters Edouard Manet and Diego Valasquez. More...

Museum Celebrating Central Park’s Sesquicentennial

In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the legislation (July 21, 1853) that designated as "a public place" the lands that were to become New York More...

Memorial Day 2003

Millions of Americans will celebrate Memorial Day this Monday. The 137-year-old public holiday is a time when we solemnly remember the tens of thousands who fought and sacrificed their lives to maintain this nation More...

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Courier Office Closed

Memorial Day, May 26

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed Monday, May 26 for Memorial Day. It will reopen at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 27. All advertising and editorial copy should be submitted as early as possible for proper insertion in the May 29 issue. More...

Canarsie Coed’s Murder Suspect Identified By Cops

Police have released a photo of a man wanted in connection with the brutal murder of a Canarsie college student whose decomposed body was found dumped near a burned-out house on Kings Highway last week. More...

Fidler Announces Parks Dept. Plan For Canarsie Park Rehab

A $25 million five-year plan to rehabilitate Canarsie Park, including the formerly controversial compost site, has been submitted by the New York City Parks Department to City Councilman Lew Fidler, who made the announcement at last week More...

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New York City Keeps Winning War On Crime

New York is the safest big city in the nation. We More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Memorial Day Parade: Getting It Right In Canarsie

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