September 3, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

Cops Still Looking For Clues In “Headless Body” Case

Police from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad, along with the NYPD More...

Courier Winners Blow Into KeySpan Park To See The Cyclones

Brooklyn Cyclones More...

Labor Day Telethon Reaches 39

The Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Labor Day Telethon, which last year took in a record-setting $60.5 million, returns this weekend for the 39th consecutive year. More...

Free Trees With Arbor Group Membership

Ten free white flowering dogwood trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Found-ation during September 2004. More...

Smorgasbord Of Fun At Bronx Zoo

While a sandwich or slice of pizza might look like lunch to most zoo guests, many Bronx Zoo residents see things differently. More...

THE FOREVER CARD Susan J. Siersma c)2002 Susan J. Siersma More...

Expert Advice On Avoiding Dog Bites

Animal Care & Control More...

Pet Of The Week

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Playoffs Near For 69th Precinct Community Council Baseball

I have to start off by correcting a slip-up from my last article. A young lady More...

State Budget Assures More Aid For N.Y. City Schools

Assemblyman Frank Seddio an-nounced that the Assembly and Senate enacted a bipartisan state budget that provides New York schools with an additional $740.4 million this year, with New York City schools receiving $300 million more than they received l More...

Bridges To Rockaway Are Busy The Year-Round

It More...

Breukelen Tenant Beats Girlfriend; Charged With Menacing And Assault

A Breukelen Houses resident was arrested last week after he allegedly beat his ex-girlfriend and ransacked her apartment after hearing her talking to another man on the phone. More...

Deadline Approaching For College Assessment Test

College-bound high school students can take the ACT Assessment exam on October 23, the next national test date. The deadline for registration is September 17. More...

Latin Souls Little League Champs

Congratulations to the Little League More...

Fallen Tree Shows Its Roots

City workers, along with Con Edison personnel, worked together last Thursday to cut branches and untangle wires along East 81 Street, between Glenwood Road and Flatlands Avenue, after this tree became uprooted and fell. More...

“Do Not Call” Violators Face Increased Penalties

Governor George Pataki last week signed into law legislation that strengthens the New York State More...

JCCC, Local Elected Officials Host Russian Town Hall Meeting

State Senator John Sampson, in conjunction with Congressman Ed Towns and the Jewish Community Council of Canarsie (JCCC), last week hosted a town hall meeting for the Russian-speaking community of Starrett City. More than 200 people attended. More...

You Can Be A Puppy Walker!

The Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc. is seeking dog lovers who are interested in raising a guide dog puppy. The program welcomes individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds, including those with other pets in the home. More...

No Garbage Pickups Monday

The New York City Department of Sanitation announced that there will be no garbage or recycling collection or street cleaning on Monday Septem-ber 6, in observance of Labor Day. More...

Around The Horn

Sans a Beltre? Adrian Beltre is forcing the Dodgers to make him a top priority with his rampant slugging, and how many other elite third basemen will be available this off-season anyway? More...

Consumer

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Divine Beauty Salon , now having their GRAND OPENING!!! You need to look spectacular for that Labor Day picnic! More...

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