October 7, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

SUSPECTS CAUGHT IN YEAR OLD SHOOTINGS

Within the past two weeks, detectives from the 69th Precinct have made three arrests in shootings that occurred a year ago here, one of which resulted in the death of a man near Breukelen Houses. More...

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Local Heroes Honored At Community Council Meeting

A true Canarsie hero, Captain Daniel Carione, executive officer of the 69th Precinct, was honored for his courage by the precinct More...

Deadline Approaching To Apply For $400 Property Tax Rebates

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is encouraging New Yorkers to apply for the $400 property tax rebate. More...

Breast Cancer Awareness Walk In Prospect Park October 17

This October marks the 19th anniversary of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For some, it More...

Business & Finance

What Kind Of Life Insurance?

The subject of life insurance is complex enough to be quite daunting for the layperson. In order to get your arms around this topic you need to answer four questions: More...

Managers’ Best Trait? Standing Up For Staff: Survey

To be a good communicator, a manager More...

Execs Say Personal Technology Can Be An Adverse Distraction

If you More...

Religion

OBITUARY

Charles Eugene Helmes More...

Elder Bishop & His Friends

Dear Friends: Last Saturday morning Father Chadwick received a call from a Mormon elder in Huntington Station. He told Father that he and several of his friends would like to visit here. More...

Medical

Oral Video System

Seeing is believing! Now you can see what your dentist sees when investigating your tooth problems. It More...

Arts & Entertainment

Make Over Your Menu

Tuscan Pizza With Caramelized Onions and Turkey Sausage More...

Ask BETTY

Dear Betty, I More...

Movie About Firefighters Has “No Smoke And No Fire”

By David Germain AP Movie Writer More...

Horoscope

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

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

Canarsie Pier Predecessor

At the time right after the City of New York had stopped the taking of shellfish from the waters of Jamaica Bay after April 1st, 1920 due to the pollution of its waters, the City had the old shore front filled in with sand pumped from the Bay and a p More...

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What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Two City Councilmen have introduced a bill that would institute a curfew for anyone under the age of 18 from being in public places More...

Annual Pet Blessing Rite Held At St. Jude’s

Dozens of Canarsie pet owners came to the Shrine of St. Jude Church last Sunday afternoon for the Blessing of the Animals, an annual event honoring St. Francis of Assisi, which was held following the 12:30 p.m. mass. More...

You Can Still Register Saturday To Vote In November Election

The New York City Board of Elec-tions has announced some school sites will be open Saturday, October 9 from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. for prospective voters from their respective Assembly Dis-tricts (A.D.s) to register for the Nov-ember 2 General Election. More...

Community Guide

Friends United Meeting Tonight The next meeting of the Friends United Block Association (FUBA) will take place on Thursday, October 7 at 7 p.m. at Temple Shaare Emeth, 6012 Farragut Road. 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...

Travel

City Subways Can Take You On Extraordinary Tour

By Madison J. Gray Associated Press Writer During a brisk morning ride on the New York City subway, the average commuter heading to work might not even bother looking out of the train window. More...

This Week's Attitude

Musicians Hope Music & Message Affect Nov. Election

This Week

Less than 24 hours after more than 60 million Americans watched the first presidential debate last Thursday night, tens of thousands of music lovers attended six simultaneous concerts across the state of Pennsylvania that are part of a 10-day concert More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

The Check Is In The Mail

By now, hundreds of thousands of homeowners in New York City More...

Savvy Senior

YOU ASK THE SENIOR QUESTION WE FIND THE SAVVY ANSWER

Dear Savvy Senior, I think it was the publicity surrounding Ronald Reagan More...

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