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Sanit Agents Pull A Fast One On Illegal Dumper

In a deceptive ploy that would be more fitting for a couple of ace undercover detectives, two Sani-tation Department Enforcement Police Unit officers used some ingenuity to collar a suspect who was illegally dumping waste material recently in East Ne More...

A Tribute To An Atypical Businessman

As a young man, my father, David Price, started out assisting his father, a bakery owner in Patchogue on Long Island. Back then they delivered bread by horse and buggy. More...

Civic Group To Form A Task Force For Canarsie Pier Fixup

Officials of the United Can-arsie South Civic Association, which covers the area west of Rockaway Parkway and south of Seaview Avenue, last week call-ed for its members to form a task force to try to urge local politicians to address a number of prob More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

If your not-for-profit group would like to place an event in the Community Guide 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...

Medical

U.S. Open Showed Potential For Sports Injuries

The recent return of the US Tennis Open to New York may have prompted many to head for their neighborhood courts or gym for a few rounds of this physically and mentally challenging sport. More...

Vincent’s Infection

Trench mouth (Vincent More...

Eating Patterns May Help Your Eyes As You Grow Older: Researchers

In our aging population, more and more older adults will find their independence prematurely ended as eye disease removes their ability to drive, read and pursue favorite hobbies. More...

From The Mayor...

Courage and Compassion

When our Administration came into office, the cost of recycling metal, plastic, and glass was spiraling out of control. More...

Horoscope

Horoscopes

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Company from out of town could occupy most of your time this week. However, don More...

Direct Answers

DIRECT ANSWERS

Time Travel Let me quote something you wrote. More...

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Other News

Thousands Attend Funeral For Slain Detective

Thousands of police officers, not only from New York City and local areas, but from throughout the country attended the funeral for Detective Robert Parker at the Christian Cultural Center on the border between Canarsie and East New York last Friday. More...

Comptroller Probing “Illegal” Opening Of Composting Sites At Parks

Spring Creek composting site, Flatlands Avenue near Fountain Avenue is now closed. Charles Rogers More...

Govt. Agencies Alert College Students Targeted For Scams

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA), partnering with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Northeast Regional Office, today launched Consumer Campus More...

Business & Finance

Business Survey:Workers See The Glass As Half Full

American workers are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, a recent survey suggests. More...

Choosing The Right Structure For Your New Small Business Venture

(NAPSA)-When starting your own business, choosing the right structure can make all the difference. A business More...

Private Jobs Continuing Climb: Economist

New employment statistics from the Department of Labor show that New York More...

Religion

Our Lady Of Miracles

718-257-2400 East 86 Street (Between Glenwood Rd. & Flatlands Ave.) More...

Good Shepherd’s 2004 Music Series Announced

The schedule for the ninth annual, fall More...

Holy Family

The Second Collection this week will be for the Feast of the Assumption of Mary. We celebrate Mary More...

Travel

Keeping Time At Chesapeake Bay

Reprinted courtesy of Car & Travel Monthly More...

Arts & Entertainment

Q: I loved Joshua Jackson from More...

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New Book Celebrates New York’s Buried History

By Lukas I. Alpert Associated Press Writer There are 8 million stories in the naked city. And that More...

View From the Middle

Looks Like Dan Rather And CBS News Forgot “Journalism 101” View From The Middle

I was very fortunate years ago when I hooked up with NBC News. At that time the president of our division was a man by the name of Reuven Frank. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

Opening Day At Canarsie Theatre

Charles Rogers T More...

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