March 17, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

College Grad Job Outlook Improved In Last 12 Months

Both the job outlook and the potential salaries for college graduates have improved since last year, according to a new survey conducted by the Career-Builder.com Web site. More...

A Look Back ...

On March 22, 1765 , the Stamp Act was enacted by Parliament requiring revenue stamps to help fund royal troops ... More...

New I.S. 211 Principal Wants “To Lead By Example”

By Dara Mormile Principal Buffie Simmons-Peart began a close-knit relationship with students at John Wilson Intermediate School 211 as soon as she was appointed to the position last September. More...

The Channel Surfer by Linda Mason

The classic tales of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her pioneer family More...

DIRECT ANSWERS

Katz And Dogs I recently moved in with a man. We were friends for three years, then we fell in love. We now live together and have two cats. He is the love of my life: wonderful, kind, and caring. He is truly my best friend. More...

President Of Mill Basin Civic Assn. — Paula Whitney

Mill Basin Civic Association president Paula Whitney has a lot of pride in her community and intends on keeping it the same desirable, family-oriented neighborhood it was when she grew up there as a young girl almost 50 years ago. More...

Ten Ways To Avoid Problems At Tax Time

Looking for ways to avoid the last-minute rush for doing your taxes? The IRS offers these tips: More...

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JOURNEY TO THE DEPTHS OF MY PURSE Rhonda Rhea More...

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Refuting Anonymous Reports, Police Say South Shore H.S. Crime “Not That Bad”

By Charles Rogers Although anonymous sources say that robberies and at least one assault have allegedly occurred recently at South Shore High School and the incidents More...

Spring’s Almost Here — Time For Tree-Trimming

of tree-trimming trucks lines up along Avenue J near the Paerdegats as they do their thing around our neighborhoods. Workmen said, because of the season More...

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Gettin’ Their Irish (Legs) Up

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You Don’t Say!

When Sir Walter Raleigh introduced tobacco into England in the early 1600s, King James I wrote a booklet arguing against its use. The early example of attempted government regulation of smoking failed. More...

Walkers, Volunteers Needed For Annual MS Fundraiser

The 2005 MS Walk will take place on Saturday, April 16 on Staten Island and on Sunday, April 17 at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan. This year the goal is to top last year More...

The Active Consumer

This Sunday is March 20 More...

Social Security Focus Is On Women This Month

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Steve Beck Manager, Canarsie Office March is Women More...

Curves Event Sets The Pace For Weight-Loss Success

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Boston’s World Champs Get A “Queer Guy” Makeover

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