April 15, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

Unmanned Subway Service Slated For "L" Line Next Spring

For those who look to the future, they can look no further than the Canarsie subway line for the latest innovation in subway technology More...

Cops Make Arrest In Shotgun

Shooting Over Stolen Scooter

Police have made an arrest in the shotgun shooting of two men near Breukelen Houses last week as they were searching for their stolen motorized scooter. More...

Controversial Compost Site To Be

Focus Of April 19 Park Meeting

The closed compost facility on the western edge of Seaview Park will be the center of discussion Monday when a second "scope" meeting on the park More...

Chicken Soup For The Soul

Full Story

Tax Deadline Today - Tax Tips For Last-Minute Filers

The numbers to check most carefully on the tax return are the identification numbers - usually Social Security numbers - for each person listed. More...

Pet Of The Week

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CHS Baseball Coach Sees Promise This Season Despite Inexperience

As the Canarsie Chiefs boys varsity baseball team recently practiced on a cold, windy morning, the heat being displayed by Carlos Ortiz Jr. as he loosened up warmed head coach Robert Nappo. More...

Brooklyn College Defeats City College In Marine Park Cricket Match

Brooklyn College More...

Social Security

Steve Beck
Work History Is What Counts For Your Benefits

Whenever I talk before groups of affected by this than men? Well, it More...

Boro President Celebrates Easter

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz attended Easter-themed events throughout the borough last Saturday. More...

Nab Rikers Inmate In December

Robbery Of Jewelry Merchant Here

A resident of Greenpoint waiting in jail on an unrelated charge has been arrested and charged in the December, 2003 assault of a woman who was also robbed of nearly $1 million in jewelry, police said. More...

Answers From The Teacher

Darra Wheeler Happ

What can you tell me about TV turn-off week? More...

Cracks Now Showing In Canarsie Theater Marquee

The decaying marquee for the Can-arsie Theater partially separated from the building that contains the Avenue L movie house on Monday, posing a potential, but not immediate danger. More...

Sanitation Agents Nab Illegal Local Dumpers; Impound Their Vehicles

A resident of the Breukelen Houses, an East Flatbush man and a resident of Charlotte, North Carolina had their vehicles impounded last month as a result of dumping materials illegally in the area. More...

Republican Budget

Congressman Ed Towns More...

Seddio To Pataki: Ignoring Animal Abuse Not The Answer

In recognition of Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month in April, Assemblyman Frank Seddio recently urged Governor George Pataki to reconsider budget cuts that would lead to the elimination of the annual inspection requirement for pet dealers that sell More...

Travel Tips To Help Keep Pets Safe

(NAPSI) - More than two-thirds of pet owners will travel with their pets this year, according to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). More...

Cyclones Step Up To The

The Brooklyn Cyclones are pitching in across the borough they call home by providing assistance to a variety of youth baseball organizations. To kick off Operation STRIKE (Striving To Restore and Improve Kids More...

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