September 16, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Local Pol Creates Fund For Caribbean Hurricane Victims

State Senator John L. Sampson announced this week the establishment of the John Sampson Hurricane Ivan Relief Fund. More...

Police Expect “Normal” Conditions At Local Schools This Year

A new task force of 150 police officers was on hand within the New York City school system last Monday to help usher in the first day of school. More...

Mourn Passing Of Conklin Ave Resident Who Lived In Same House 93 Years

Sadly, friends, family and acquaintances mourned the passing of Anna Marie Elizabeth Kammerdener, who passed away quietly last week after a short illness. She was 96 years old when she died More...

Business & Finance

LEGAL NOTICES

Legal Notice STATE OF CONNECTICUT SUPERIOR COURT J.D. OF HARTFORD AT HARTFORD RETURN DATE OCTOBER 19, 2004 ANGUS, SHARON A.v. More...

Letters/Opinion

Flagging Duty

Editor : This is to ask why it is taking so long to replace the lanyards (ropes) on the flagpole at Canarsie High School, which has left it without a flag for several months that included Memorial Day, Ronald Reagan More...

Praise For Principal

To Whom It May Concern : IS 211 and its students are very fortunate to come under the leadership of Iris Crystal as our principal. More...

Canarsie Museum Interest Fading

Editor : Over the past 2 years, we at the Canarsie History Museum have been attempting to implement a cultural institution by way of Museum. Unfortunately, our efforts have not been well received. More...

View From the Middle

Canarsie Cop Killer Will Now Have A Harder Time Getting Paroled View From The Middle

If Sal DeSarno thought his chances of getting an early parole were slim last week, he can think even more negatively now, especially in light of the murder of two detectives last Friday night not a great distance from where he committed a similar mur More...

Horoscope

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You More...

Little Old Canarsie

Canarsie Shoot-out, Circa 1925

Charles Rogers When the city opened Remsen Avenue around 1925, and lots all along it were sold at a cheap price, among the buyers was Patsy Moodzi, who built a small house on it and opened a small gas station in front for an easy route to and fro More...

Direct Answers

DIRECT ANSWERS

In Tall Grass My best friend, Ryan, told me last night he got his girlfriend, Rebecca, pregnant. He is 22 and she is 20. He told me he was probably going to marry her More...

Special Sections

Other News

Moving 9/11 Anniversary Ceremony In Marine Park

By Neil S. More...

Friday Funeral For One Slain Detective At Christian Center

The funeral for Detective Robert Parker, 43, who was killed last Friday in the line of duty, along with Detec-tive Patrick Rafferty, 39, will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. More...

11-Year-Old Girl’s Fingertips Blown Off

All of the fingertips on the left hand of an eleven-year-old Avenue J resident were blown off in an explosion when she attempted to light a stove to heat up a baby bottle Tuesday evening, police said. More...

Community Guide

LOCAL Meetings

South Canarsie Civic Meeting 9/27 The next meeting of the South Canarsie Civic Association will take place on Monday, September 27 at 7 p.m. at Seaview Jewish Center, East 98 Street between Avenue N and Seaview Avenue. More...

Religion

Canarsie Full Gospel Chapel

Our schedule of services is as follows: Worship Service, Sunday 10:45 a.m and 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, Sunday 9:45 a.m. More...

Medical

AHA’s Wall Street Run & Heart Walk To Return Next Thursday, Sept. 23

Step Out, Save. Lives! Exercise Your Heart, urges the American Heart Association More...

Travel

I Love New York Fall 2004 Getaways online

Charles A. Gargano, chairman of Empire State Development, which administers the I LOVE NEW YORK campaign, announced that I Love New York Fall 2004 Getaways, autumn vacation packages spotlighting the Empire State More...

From The Mayor...

Kingsborough President Brings Good News To Fall Convocation

Dr. Regina S. Peruggi, the new President of Kingsborough Community College, speaking before more than 700 faculty and staff at the Leon. More...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

New School Year Holds Promise For City Students

Earlier this week, the new school year began for New York City More...

Law Toughens Minimum Penalty For Sex Predator Murderers

Governor George Pataki this week signed "Joan%27s Law" which makes life in prison without parole the minimum penalty for predators who molest and murder a child. More...

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