November 6, 2003 RSS feed / Other News

Low Turnout At The Polls

It seems many voters played hooky Election Day at polling places, including P.S. 115 (above). More...

Answers From The Teacher

Darra Wheeler Happ

Parent Teacher conferences are coming up in a few weeks. Things are going well with my daughter, but I have a few questions about homework. Do you have some hints to help me have an effective conference? More...

South Canarsie Civic’s Anniversary Meeting Set For Next Wednesday

The South Canarsie Civic Association issued an invitation to all residents to attend its 11th Anniversary meeting on Wednesday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hebrew Educational Society (HES) building, 9502 Seaview Avenue. More...

NYC Comptroller Criticizes Apple’s Snapple Agreements

New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. last week urged the Department of Education (DoE) and the New York City Marketing Development Corporation to cancel two agreements with Snapple to serve as the Department More...

A Shot Of Prevention

State Senator John Sampson opened his Flatlands Avenue office on Monday so his over-50 constituents could avail themselves of free flu shots, administered by Dr. More...

P.S.115 "Characters" Parade For March Of Dimes

Students from P.S. 115 were accompanied by the Midwood High School Marching Band last Friday More...

Mayor Urges FDA To Approve Cheaper Drugs From Canada

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Over-the-Counter Ephedra Now Banned In New York

Governor George E. More...

NFL FORECAST

WEEK 10--November 9-10
(Sunday) *Carolina 19 Tampa Bay 17

After blocking three Buccaneers kicks, the Panthers beat mistake-prone T.B. in OT in Week Two on John Kasay More...

The Winner Is…

Our Winner Ashley Purvis, age 7 More...

Warning Issued About Potentially Harmful Home Remedy

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) today warned New Yorkers not to use the home remedy litargirio, a product known to cause lead poisoning if accidentally swallowed or inhaled. More...

Cops Asking For Help In Solving

Murder During Party Last June

Police are asking for the public More...

New Officers Introduced At 69th Precinct Community Council Meeting

Crime Prevention Officer Daniel MacBride introduced the new officers of Canarsie More...

Air Bags Save Driver In Remsen Ave. Crash

Police from the 69th Precinct said there were only minor injuries when a 1995 Ford sedan (above) careened into the rear of a truck after colliding with a 1987 Dodge sedan at the corner of Avenue D and Remsen Avenue last Tuesday morning. More...

Helping To Make A Difference At P.S. 279

Youngsters at Public School 279 recently got a special treat when Baruch College More...

9/11 Firefighter Memorialized On Block Where He Lived

Numerous blocks in Brooklyn have been renamed for native son firefighters who died during rescue efforts on September 11, 2001. But few probably drew a crowd as large as the one that attended last Saturday morning More...

Fillmore Avenue N Hosts Halloween Party For Kids (Adults too!)

Fillmore Avenue N knows how to involve the whole community when it comes to festive occasions. Such was the case last Friday More...

Plenty Of Pumpkins In The Patch

It was a celebration of autumn last week when children at the Breukelen Day Care Center, 717 East 105 Street, got all dressed up like pumpkins and squashes and other regalia to welcome in the season. More...

Funding Now Available

"The Northeast may be facing another rough winter this year, and we are committed to helping New York More...

A Festive Halloween At The 69th Precinct

As the 69th Precinct Youth Officer Jim Johnson (right) did Master of Ceremonies duty, members of the Precinct Explorers Step Team practiced their dancing, preparatory to appearing at the giant 4th Annual Safe Halloween Night Out event at the precinct More...

A Wonderful Show of Costumes at the

Triplets Krystal Scott, age 7, More...

Canarsie Courier Halloween Contest

Karisha Scott, age 10. More...

Guest Column

Assemblyman Frank Seddio
Despite Issues,

Despite ongoing legal issues over the National "Do Not Call" telemarketing list, the New York State law remains in effect. New Yorkers currently registered for the state More...

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