October 21, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

New Reality Show Announces Casting Call For Area Couples

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Do you have any suggestions about how to teach my son about the national elections? I know that some discussion is happening in school, but I More...

Councilman Urges “Downzoning;” Notes One-Family Homes On Wane

City Councilman Lew Fidler last week urged the More...

25-Year-Old Commits Suicide After Argument With Girlfriend

After an argument with his girlfriend late last Saturday, October 16, a depressed 25-year-old resident of East 94 Street placed a gun to his right temple and pulled the trigger, killing himself instantly, police said. More...

Controversy Increases As Canarsie Endures Growing Pains

Guest Column State Senator John Sampson

Over the past several months Canarsie has witnessed an abundance of proposed activity and proportional activism in response. More...

“Scary Books” On Borough Public Library’s Halloween Reading List

As Halloween approaches, children are excited about costumes, parties and candy. This year children can add More...

Social Security Can Now Help Victims Of Domestic Violence

Last October President Bush noted, More...

Chiefs Can Kick Themselves After 21-20 Overtime Loss

Kicking is not usually an essential element in high school football but the Canarsie Chiefs More...

Pet Of The Week

Adopt this beautiful black cat at the Animal Care & Control www.-nycacc.org. All animals have received medical attention, shots and spay / neuter surgery. More...

A Rewarding Day For 69th Precinct

The 69th Precinct held its annual Medal and Family Appreciation Day ceremony last Sunday at the Midget Squadron Yacht Club on Paerdegat Ave-nue North. The yearly event honors the precinct More...

Marching With Breast Cancer Survivors

Borough President Marty Marko-witz marched through Prospect Park last Sunday with Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham, City Coun-cil Member Yvette Clarke, and more than 8,500 Brooklynites to support of the fight against breast cancer. More...

Beyond Trick-or-Treating: Some Halloween Alternatives For Older Kids

As enticing as a harvest of Hallo-ween candy can be, some kids may feel too old to trick-or-treat. Instead of missing out on the fun, try some alternative activities with your kids. More...

Nab 2 Suspects In “Violent” Rite Aid Store Robberies

Two suspects were arrested last Friday afternoon after they allegedly robbed the Rite Aid Store at East 79 Street and Flatlands Avenue by More...

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MTA Schedules Public Hearings On Proposed Fare Increases

Public hearings will be conducted on proposals for fare increases on MTA New York City Transit, the Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority, the Staten Island Railway, MTA Metro-North Railroad, MTA Long Island Rail Road, MTA Bridges a More...

Con Ed Issues Pre-Halloween Safety Tips

The National Retail Federation estimates that Halloween spending in the United States this year will reach $3.12 billion. Its survey also estimates that 49 percent of consumers plan to decorate their homes and/or yards. More...

NFL FORECAST-WEEK 6 October 24-25

(Sunday) Atlanta23*Kansas City20 Both the Falcons More...

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