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Some Area Street Cleaning Rules Temporarily Lifted

The regulations will be suspended to permit field crews to post new hour-and-a half sanitation rules in the area. More...

Subway Report Card Gives Canarsie Line One "L"-uva Rating

The NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign this week issued its sixth annual "State of the Subways" Report Card, rating the L as the best of 20 subway lines with a "MetroCard Rating" of $1. More...

Slain Councilman Was 69 Pct. Youth Officer

As virtually thousands of mourners lined up to view the body of slain City Councilman James E. Davis in Crown Heights last week, Canarsiens also remembered him as one of the "most effective" youth officers in Canarsie More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeSpringsteen Rises Above

After all these years I More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Davis Made An Impression As 2nd Youth Officer Here Too

Not only were the constituents in the district of City Councilman James Davis tragically saddened by his murder at City Hall last week, but many residents of Canarsie with whom he came in contact as a police officer assigned to the 69th Precinct were More...

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Preparations Ongoing For "Night Out" Rally

Members of the 69th Precinct Community Council and other civic organizations are saying they expect a good turnout Tuesday for the annual "Night Out Against Crime." More...

Marijuana Stash Found On Truck In Terminal Market

While checking vegetables trucked to the Brooklyn Terminal Market in a tractor-trailer from Florida Monday, a produce inspector discovered a number of large neatly wrapped bricks of what appeared to be marijuana, police said. More...

Bklyn Postmaster Gets Earful On Poor Service From Civic Leaders

The Canarsie branch of the U.S. Postal Service hosted a group of local civic and community leaders Monday evening giving them a chance to question Joseph Lubrano, Brooklyn More...

Arts & Entertainment

‘Inspirational’ "Seabiscuit" Comes ‘Thundering’ In 

AP Entertainment Writer

Gloriously shot and perfectly cast, "Seabiscuit" comes thundering into theaters, proving all that pre-race hype was justified. More...

Colorful Exhibit Previews Upcoming Caribbean Carnival

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) and the West Indian-American Day Carnival Association highlight the full regalia of West Indian Carnival costumes in an exhibition, Prelude to Carnival, at its Central Library and BPL More...

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