March 10, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

Two Suspects Nabbed In Cell Phone Store Burglaries

Police from the 69th Precinct have made two arrests in a string of burglaries involving a Canarsie cell phone store and a number of similar stores in the surrounding area. More...

New York City Property Tax Rebate Application Deadline Is March 15th

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Department of Finance (DOF) Commissioner Martha E. Stark recently reminded owners of homes, cooperatives and condominiums in New York City that the legal deadline to apply for the second round of $400 rebates is March 15. More...

The Active Consumer

The winter can be cruel to your tender feet. Between the frigid temperatures and those rough treks through piles of snow, your feet have to put up with a lot! Don More...

Adult Retardate Center Honors The Late Rosemarie LaRocca

A.R.C. Inc., (Adult Retardate Center), an agency of community service to persons with developmental disabilities, recently honored the late Rosemarie LaRocca for 22 years of service and devotion to the A.R.C. and its consumers. More...

President Of United Canarsie South Civic Assn. — Neal Duncan

Local civic activist Neal Duncan More...

Freedom Of Information Law: Time For More Sunshine

By Robert J. Freeman Having worked for a New York state agency for less than six months, I was surprised to receive a call in which I was asked whether I would consider being loaned temporarily to a new of-fice created to oversee the state More...

Boosting Car Seats For Kids

(NAPSA)-The next time you give your child a lift in the car, you may want to check to see if he needs a boost, too. More...

Son Of E. 92 St. Resident Gets Afghanistan Duty

Army Sgt. Carl O. More...

The Mechanic’s Corner

The fluid in an automatic transmission transmits power from the engine to your drive wheels, while simultaneously lubricating and cooling your transmission. Over time, it breaks down and becomes dirty. More...

Be A Hospital Volunteer

Volunteers are needed to assist in hospitals and nursing homes in the five boroughs. If you can read a story, hold a hand, dry a tear or share a smile, you%27ll be a great volunteer. More...

Study Challenges Theory About Children With Pet Allergies

The Pet Column

executive director, AC&C A new study suggests pets might actually prevent some children from developing allergies later in life. More...

Iowa Town More Than Just A "Field Of Dreams"

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Rising College Costs Can Be Deferred With $$$ Aid

From The Associated Press Except for buying a home, financing a child More...

Sampson’s Info Fair Draws A Crowd

State Senator John Sampson last month joined with local social service agencies in hosting the 4th Annual Children More...

Man Hit In Foot By Mysterious Shooter On Flatlands Avenue

A 40-year-old Queens resident who was walking on Flatlands Avenue near East 98th Street at about 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, was shot in the foot by an unknown person, police said. More...

Cops Arrest Store Worker After Shooting Outside Kings Plaza

Scores of shoppers leaving Kings Plaza Mall near closing time last Thursday were sent scurrying and diving for cover when gunshots rang out at the corner of East 54 Street and Avenue U when a worker from a mall shoe store allegedly shot a man who had More...

Truckload Of Trouble On The Belt

Looking like it went through a shredder, this 18-wheeler tractor-trailer jack-knifed and had its top sheered off when it attempted to drive under the Sheepshead Bay subway station overpass on the eastbound Belt Parkway early Monday morning. More...

Free Dogwood Trees Offered By Arbor Day Foundation

Ten free white flowering dogwood trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during March 2005. More...

Albany Lawmakers Honored

Affinity Health Plan organized a reception for legislators from New York City during the 34th Weekend Conference of the Association of Black and Puerto Rican Legislators in Albany last week. More...

Brooklyn Caribbean Youth Fest — Heritage Is Timeless

Maxine Hamilton Alexander Eye On C More...

Women Express Concerns About Social Security Benefits

Social Security

Steve Beck Manager, Canarsie Office More...

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BACK WHEN Audrey Curran More...

Perry Assembly Bill Will Honor The Life Of Shirley Chisholm

Assemblyman Nick Perry is sponsoring legislation in Albany that would make Shirley Chisholm More...

Pet Of The Week

This playful puppy, %27Star%27 (A596050), is a 4-month-old, black and white, bundle of fun. She loves long walks and naps at noon. She is currently at the Animal Care & Control of New York City, looking for someone to share her leisure time. More...

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