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Man Visiting Relatives Here Chased, Shot On E. 95 Street

A 31-year-old resident of East New York who was visiting relatives in Canarsie was shot Sunday night after being accosted by three men, police said. More...

CHS Staff Supports Principal Under Invesitgation

Dear Mr. Friedman: More...

Court Settlement Retains City’s 32 School Districts

Senator Carl Kruger, Assemblyman Steven Sanders, Chairman of the As-sembly Education Committee and Council of Supervisors and Adminis-trators (CSA) President Jill Levy announced Tuesday that a settlement was reached in the lawsuit against the city More...

Arts & Entertainment

"2 Fast 2 Furious" Is ‘Needless, Shameless’ Sequel

AP Entertainment Writer

For all of you who thought a sequel to "The Fast and the Furious More...

BPL To Salute Hispanic Culture With Festival Latino

Brooklyn Public Library celebrates Hispanic culture with an afternoon of music and dancing, arts and crafts, storytelling and more on Saturday from noon to 4p.m at BPL More...

Museum Celebrates Russian City’s 300th Anniversary

The 300th anniversary of the founding of Saint Petersburg is being celebrated at The Metropolitan Museum of Art with a display of the Museum More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Hey. The Landlords Live Here Too

I recently received a few phone calls from local landlords who complained about the "horror" their tenants have been putting them through. They say that, once primary negotiations are finished More...

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Other News

49th Annual Blessing of the Fleet

Postponed from June 1 due to raw weather and rough seas, the 49th Annual Blessing of the Fleet had clear sailing when it finally began on the waters of Jamaica Bay off Canarsie Pier last Sunday. More...

Seaview Smash-Up

Shortly before the start of the Canarsie Bridges Community Festival a few blocks away, the driver of this 1997 Honda Civic, Maurice Vaughn-Sterling, told police he was driving westbound on Seaview Avenue last Sunday when he was forced to swerve to av More...

Teen Stabbed Outside Canarsie H.S.

Police from the 69th Precinct reported this week that a teenage student from Canarsie High School was stabbed as he walked to school last Tuesday morning. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

Public School Reform Must End Neglect & Waste

Despite Tuesday More...

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From The Mayor’s Desk...

Restoring Vital City Services For All New Yorkers

Because of our budget problems over the last 17 months, every City agency has had to learn to do more with less. The good news is that they More...

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