May 22, 2003 RSS feed / Other News

Holy Family Students Make $$ For St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital Fund

Thirty students from Canarsie More...

Memorial Day Will Be "Just Like Old Times," Say Parade Organizers

There was a time not too long ago when practically all the families in Canarsie would either take part in More...

Cops Arrest Pair On Gun Charge

After Tinted-Window Traffic Stop

Two men were arrested on gun charges on Wednesday, May 14 after police from the 69 Precinct discovered a handgun in their car during a traffic stop. More...

New State Disaster Program

Will Provide "Instant Aid": Gov. More...

Seat Belt Campaign Aimed At Young Drivers Kicks Off

Teens and young adults can expect to see or hear a stern warning to buckle up their seat belts over the next week. The largest nationwide seat belt crackdown in U.S. More...

BP Ask Boro Biz To Offer Youths Summer Jobs

Borough President Marty Markowitz launched a campaign last week to get more Brooklyn employers to participate in Brooklyn Summer HEAT (Help Employ Ambitious Teens), the successful program he created last year to encourage businesses to hire Brooklyn More...

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...

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...

Twilight Tattoo’s A Historic Hit at Fort Hamilton

Despite unseasonably cool spring weather, an enthusiastic crowd was in attendance for last Saturday More...

Gala Celebration To Mark Brooklyn Bridge’s Birthday

The Brooklyn Bridge to the World Celebration is scheduled this Saturday in honor of the 120th birthday of the famous span that links Brooklyn to Manhattan. More...

Citizens Committee Honors Canarsie Youth

The Citizens Committee for New York City last week celebrated the accomplishments of the city More...

When A Spouse Is Called To Active Military Duty

The recent war in Iraq has brought newspaper headlines on a variety of issues, but one subject often overlooked is the impact the war has had on many families. More...

No Sanit. Collections On Memorial Day

The New York City Department of Sanitation announced that, in observance of Memorial Day, there will be no garbage or recycling collection, and street cleaning on Monday, May 26. More...

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