January 29, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

Ex-Senator Howard Babbush Dies While Vacationing In Spain

Former State Senator Howard Babbush, who represented the 17th Senatorial District from 1976 until 1996, passed away while vacationing in Spain on January 16. More...

Kruger Blasts Regents For Incorrect Test Information

Thousands of high school students who were told that their Regents exams would be rescheduled due to yesterday More...

Illegal Dumping Charge Against Local Resident Dropped By Sanitation Dept. By Charles Rogers

Joel D. Pickens didn More...

DA To Ask Grand Jury To Indict Officer In Teen Shooting

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Prosecutors believe they have enough evidence to charge a police officer with a crime in the shooting death of an unarmed teenager on the roof of a Brooklyn housing project, law enforcement officials said. More...

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Pataki Takes Aim At State’s Deadly Drivers

Governor George Pataki recently announced a five-point plan to target deadly drivers and make New York More...

Chicken Soup For The Soul

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Kingsbrook Medical Center Celebrates Expansion Of E.R. More...

Latest Storm Adds To Our Wintry Discontent

No sooner did the latest winter storm end yesterday morning than this East 92 Street resident was out with his snow blower clearing the sidewalk and driveway. More...

Despite Crime Decrease, Tough Programs Still Being Implemented Here, Says C.O. By Charles Rogers

Although the full brunt of the NYPD More...

Answers From The Teacher

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My daughter More...

Cops Nab Second Man In

Murder During June Party

A second man has been caught and arrested in the alleged gang-related murder during a backyard party last June. More...

Postmaster Offers Tips To Combat Mail Fraud

In support of February 2-7 National Consumer Protection Week, Brooklyn Postmaster Joseph Lu-brano is alerting the public and offering tips on how to protect against becoming innocent victims of mail fraud, "Consumers should always be skeptical o More...

We’ve Got To Stop Meeting Like This!

All the snow and general bad weather we More...

Community Blood Supply Alarmingly Low: Center

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New Law Offers Consumers Better Credit Card Protection

State Senator Carl Kruger last week announced that a new law will increase protections of credit and debit card holders by limiting the information printed on receipts from credit or debit card purchases. More...

Lady Chiefs In 5-Way First Place Tie

The Canarsie High School Lady Chiefs varsity basketball team ended the regular season in a five-way tie for first place after losing 61-44 to Midwood High School last Friday. More...

Cyclones’ Book Patrol

Several members of the New York Mets came to KeySpan Park in Coney Island last week to help the Brooklyn Cyclones, their Class A affiliate, launch its Book Patrol program. More...

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