November 27, 2003 RSS feed / Other News

Post Office To Be Named For Slain City Councilman

Congressman Ed Towns has announced that the post office located at 315 Empire Boulevard in Crown Heights, will be renamed the "James E. More...

BP Spreads The Bounty

On Monday Borough President Marty Markowitz gave away more than 700 turkeys, plus apples, collard greens, baking potatoes and sweet potatoes. Representatives of scores of Brooklyn community groups, including senior centers, churches, women More...

Flu Bug Detected Throughout All Five Boroughs

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) Commissioner Thomas R. More...

City Pols Send Gun Control Message To DC

The New York City Council last week sent a clear message to federal lawmakers and the gun industry, demanding that Congress reauthorize and strengthen the Assault Weapons Ban and strike down proposed legislation that would make firearms manufacturers More...

Ashley, Michael Reign As Most Popular Baby Names

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) last week announced the most popular names for New York City babies for the year 2002. More...

City Council To Tackle Growing Asthma Problem

City Council Speaker Gifford Miller joined Health Committee members at a press conference to announce the first meeting of the City Council More...

Brooklyn’s Film History Discussed

"Saturday Night Fever." "Moonstruck," "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." "Smoke." "Do The Right Thing." "Radio Days. More...

Thanksgiving "On The Job"

When people sit down for Thanks-giving dinner, they often express appreciation for their family, friends and good health. But what are they grateful for on the job. More...

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Bring Up Your Children To Be Wise Spenders

It is up to us to teach our children the skills they More...

Answers From The Teacher

Darra Wheeler Happ

My daughter attends a private school, and she was recently given a detention for making noise in the hall. She was with a group of students who were all disciplined, even though only two students were making all the noise. More...

President Bush’s 2003 Thanksgiving Day Proclamation

Each year on Thanksgiving, we gather with family and friends to thank God for the many blessings He has given us, and we ask God to continue to guide and watch over our country. More...

Local Popular Christmas Display Opens Sunday

The Seddio family will open their popular holiday display this Sunday at 5:00 p.m. at the southeast corner of Flatlands Avenue and East 93 Street. More...

Sanit Dept. Still On The Lookout For Illegal Dumpers

From the depths of the numbered streets of Canarsie to the shadows of the now-defunct Fountain Avenue Landfill, some people will find a corner in which to illegally dump materials. More...

Thanksgiving Comes Easy And Early At Four Seasons

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Annual Coat Drive Begins Dec. 1

The 15th Annual New York Cares Coat Drive, an annual lifeline for New York More...

Communing With Commuters

For one hour last Friday morning Borough President Marty Markowitz handed out flyers at the Command Bus Stop on Church Avenue, near Ocean Parkway. More...

Consumer Dept. Proposes Abolishing City’s Cabaret Law

New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Gretchen Dykstra has announced a proposal that would abolish the City More...

Antiques & Collectibles

Q & A

Q: Can you provide me with any information regarding antique or old toy grocery stores, and tell me where I can find possibly find one for my wife in time for Christmas? More...

NFL FORECAST-WEEK 13

November 27, 30, Dec. 1
(Thursday) *Dallas 21 Miami 20

Though the Cowboys More...

Chiefs Defeat Knights To Vault Into PSAL Championship

A balanced scoring attack, leading to a 35-12 win, catapulted second-seeded Canarsie High School into this weekend More...

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