July 17, 2003 RSS feed / Other News

New Members Join Ranks Of United Canarsie South Civic

President Neil Duncan and Vice-President Lenny Fogel of the United Canarsie South Civic Association (UCSCA) introduced a number of new members to attendees at its monthly meeting on July 8 at the Hebrew Educational Society auditorium on East 95th Str More...

Moon Over Brooklyn

This full buck moon, which only occurs twice a year, was shining brightly over Brooklyn this weekend when our photographer, Adam Gell, took this picture, which we thought we More...

After 30 Years, Children Still Smile When Partying With Marty & Iris

Creating smiles on the faces of children and joy in the hearts of all, is the reason why Marty and Iris have been a team for the past thirty years specializing in magic shows, face painting and fun for a wide variety of events and special occasions. More...

Consumers Can Check On Contractors At New Web Site

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) today launched a new online database, providing a comprehensive listing of all licensed home improvement contractors. More...

Health Dept. Alert Issued As Mosquito Season Intensifies

With mosquito season in full swing, New York City Health and Mental Hygiene Commissioner Thomas Frieden, MD, MPH yesterday encouraged New Yorkers to take simple precautions against mosquitoes, which can carry West Nile virus (WNV). More...

METROPOLITAN CRICKET LEAGUE

Week 9

Lions: Won the toss and elected to bat. More...

DIV. II – M. C. L. POINTS STANDINGS WEEK 9 – July 6, 2003

WEEK 9 TEAMS PLAYED WON DRAW ABN LOST BONUS PTS. TOT. PTS. More...

Man Shot In Robbery On E. 104 St.

Police from the 69th Precinct re-sponded to a call of "shots fired" on East 104 Street between Flatlands Ave-nue and Avenue J last Monday at about 10 p.m. to find a A 58-year-old resident lying on the ground bleeding from a gunshot wound. More...

Nab Suspect In Last Week’s

Shooting In Seaview Village

Police from to 69 Precinct Detec-tive Squad have made an arrest in last week More...

Spewing Ashes Over Caribbean Hamper Air Travel

Dome Of Montserrat Volcano CollapsesAssociated Press Writer

OLVESTON, Montserrat More...

Montserrat’s Volcano Gurgles But Flights Back To Normal

OLVESTON, Montserrat (AP) - Ash blanketed cars and buildings across the Caribbean on Monday as Montserrat More...

‘Play Ball!’ As 69th Pct. Council Baseball League Gets Underway

"PLAY BALL," the umprie cried on July 2 as the 69th Precinct Community Baseball Program held its opening day for the 2003 season. The season kicked off with its traditional "meet the managers, coaches, and players practice game. More...

Boosting Brooklyn’s Outlook

The Brooklyn City Council delegation this week joined Speaker Gifford Miller and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz in highlighting restorations in the city More...

Advice For Family, Friends, Employers of Returning Soldiers

Recent U.S. military actions in Afghanistan and Iraq mean that large numbers of military personnel will be returning home after extended separations from their families, friends and regular jobs. More...

Health Dept. Issues Rabies Alert

The New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) advised New Yorkers to stay away from stray or wild animals (e.g., skunks, raccoons, and bats) that can carry rabies. More...

Red Cross Offers Cool Tips For The Heat Of Summer

As summer continues with hot temperatures and high humidity, the American Red Cross in Greater New York urges New Yorkers to take precautions against the heat. More...

DIV. I – M. C. L. POINTS STANDINGS WEEK 9 – July 6, 2003

WEEK 9 TEAMS PLAYED WON DRAW ABN LOST BONUS PTS. TOT. PTS. More...

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