May 12, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

Teachers Take No-Contract Protest To The Streets

Some teachers in local schools took to the streets early yesterday in a United Federation of Teachers (UFT) union demonstration to protest the current lack of a contract and other issues. More...

College Marks 75 Years

Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz (right), joined Brooklyn College President Christoph Kimmich on Tuesday to kick off the college More...

Mothers Honored With Luncheons At Local Senior Facilities

It was a festive time for expressing love to mothers throughout the community, as health-related facilities and community centers presented their special good wishes to the mothers and grandmothers (great grand-mothers too!) last week, all leading u More...

Dog Bite Prevention Tips From The U.S. Postal Service

Last year, dog attacks and bites resulted in 3,423 injuries to letter carriers nationwide. That More...

Social Security Social Security Reminders When You Travel Abroad

An old family friend has planned a lengthy overseas trip this summer to research his family More...

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The Week I Got My Life Back Adoley Odunton.(c)1998 More...

City Takes Hard Line With Unlicensed Home Improvement Contractors

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) reports that in the last nine months, it has has secured more than $650,000 in restitution for homeowners. More...

Pet Of The Week

Ashley is a beautiful, brown, 8-week-old tiger kitten, looking for a home with lots of TLC. More...

Bank And Cyclones Looking For Neighborhood Champions

In celebration of the characteristics that make baseball America More...

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My daughter bugs me every month to buy her books and other stuff from the book order form she More...

Canarsie Bridges Essay Contest Winners Announced

Canarsie Bridges last week announced the winners of its recent essay contest. Hundreds of students from local schools submitted essays on the topic: More...

Housing Officials Have Many Questions To Answer At Next Glenwood Meeting

Housing Authority officials were hard-pressed to come up with answers and seek solutions to a number of questions thrown at them during a meeting of the Glenwood Houses Tenants Association last Friday. More...

They “Don’t Get No Respect”

Picketing teachers lined up in front of Canarsie High School before classes yesterday to protest against many issues, not the least of which is the lack of a contract. The 30-minute demonstration started at about 7:30 a.m. Union officials said, More...

Four Seasons Feted Their Loved Ones...

...As Did Those At Breukelen Community Center

...Meanwhile, the seniors in the Breukelen Houses community, including the Abe Stark Senior Center, were delighted to be presented with a luncheon in the development More...

Help Get ERA-Elect Outta Jail

Want to get someone out of jail? You More...

Edward Gentile Of Meyer Levin Intermediate School 285 By Dara Mormile

Edward Gentile has been a successful principal at Meyer Levin Intermediate School 285 because he knows the culture of his students. More...

Marty Niedelman: Former Ave. L Merchant’s Association President

Marty Niedelman, a leading member of the Avenue L Merchants Association and owner of Marty More...

The Active Consumer

Now that Mother More...

Cyclones & Cancer Society Join For Walk On Boardwalk

The average person takes 10,000 steps each day. Take some very meaningful steps with the Brooklyn Cyclones and the American Cancer Society (ACS) this spring as they hold the More...

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