April 8, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

P.S. 279 Music Teacher Held On Second Charge Of Endangering A Child

The music teacher who allegedly hung a five-year-old P.S. 279 student from a cloak room hook by his belt loops last week is in trouble again. More...

City Council Speaker Sounds

Mayoral At Civic Meeting

Councilman Lew Fidler introduced New York City Council Speaker Gifford Miller last week at the Friends United Block Association (FUBA) monthly meeting as "a great friend of Canarsie, as well as neighborhood parks," and cited Miller More...

Teachers Meet Legislators To Discuss Educational System

Teachers Network, a non-profit education organization, and Depart-ment of Education Deputy Chancellor Carmen Fariña recently hosted a citywide education conference focused on student achievement and literacy in Brooklyn. More...

No Injuries In E. 92 St. Crash Thursday

There were no injuries, but plenty of damage done to cars and nearby landscapes, when these cars collided at the corner of East 92 Street and Avenue K last Thursday afternoon. More...

All Libraries In Boro

To Be Closed On Easter

All Brooklyn Public Libraries, including the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza, the Business Library in downtown Brooklyn and the 58 neighborhood libraries, will be closed on Sunday, April 11 for Easter. More...

You Don’t Have To Be 62 To Receive Benefits

When I applied for Social Security benefits on my ex-husband More...

Chicken Soup For The Soul

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Tax Tips For NY Metro Area Taxpayers

With the 2004 tax filing season in full swing, here More...

Blankets & Towels

Needed For
Bide-A-Wee Pets

Cleaning out your linen closet? Bide-A-Wee Home Association can always use your cast-off blankets, towels, comforters and even pillows. More...

Local Judo Club Could Be Producing Olympic Champions

 "I try to instill the basic ingredients of life lessons every time I teach a class," says Legros, who started the judo program in 1993 when the Spring Creek Towers development was known by its original name, Starrett City. More...

Scores Enjoy Huge Easter Parade & Festival

The Parks Committee of Community Board 17 and the Wyckoff Farm-house Museum last Saturday sponsored an Easter Parade & Festival that was so successful they said it was surely the first of many annual events to come. More...

Courier Office Closed

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Local Pol Serves Again As PS 115 Principal For A Day

For the third consecutive year Brooklyn Democratic City Councilman Lew Fidler served as a Principal for a Day at Public School 115 on East 92 Street. More...

Answers From The Teacher

Darra Wheeler Happ

The senior class is holding an all-night party after the prom at a local community center. It More...

Something Eggstra Special

The Brooklyn Cyclones hosted its annual Easter Eggstravaganza for Brooklyn youth last Monday at KeySpan Park in Coney Island. Cyclones More...

Five Hurt In Remsen Avenue Collision

A 26-year-old woman and her four-year-old daughter, who were crossing Avenue K at the intersection of Remsen Avenue, were injured when they were struck by a 1996 Honda sedan that hit a traffic stanchion and smashed into a 1998 Ford Suburban, tossing More...

Eye On C’Bean Community

Maxine Hamilton
Alexander
Micro-Economics - Education Is The Key

A man with thick, wavy black hair wearing glasses appeared from the rear of the store. I walked up to the front "Gees, there More...

Reggae And World Music Awards To Be Presented May 9

High flying reggae rapper Sean Paul grabbed eleven nominations to top the list of nominees in this year More...

Pet Of The Week

“Puppy Face.” I’m a beautiful and very adorable Akita - Shepherd mix puppy. I’m only 5 months old and have 2 other siblings. More...

Sharks Top Xplosion, 28-21, In Season Opener

The New York Sharks women More...

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