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One-Person Canarsie Line Trains Make Historic Debut

By Dara Mormile I made history last weekend, being among the riders to go on the Canarsie line More...

P.S. 279 Students Complete Yearlong Violin Study Program

This past school year has been an exciting time for students at Public School 279, which has sponsored a violin program as part of its Music and Arts Department for three years to introduce students with little or no musical exposure to the instrumen More...

New Data Shows Crime Continues To Fall At SSHS

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Schools Chancellor Joel Klein, and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly yesterday presented an update on the School Safety Initiative for the 2004-2005 school year at Theodore Roosevelt High School in the Bronx. More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

Education Ministry to woo deliquent teachers PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (AP) More...

Project Aims To Make Youths Responsible Adults

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Community Guide

Community Guide

LOCAL Meetings

Community Council Meets June 28 The next meeting of the 69th Precinct Community Council will take place on Tuesday, June 28 at St. Alban More...

Religion

Religious News

Holy Family Church

Rockaway Parkway & Flatlands Avenue. Sat 5:00 P.M. Eng. Sun. 8:30 Eng. 9:30 A.M Eng. 11:15 A.M. Eng. 12:30 P.M. Eng. Dates to remember as we continue our 125th Anniversary celebration: *Parish Mission Sept., 24th-28th. Fr. More...

Medical

Four Seasons A Pioneer In New Hard Of Hearing Technology

By Charles Rogers You More...

Local Medical Center Puts Care First On Its List

By Felice Baker On the surface, First MedCare, which has been located at East 87th Street and Flatlands Avenue since 1997, advertises itself as More...

Travel

Music In The Air At The Montreal Jazz Festival

In a city that markets itself as the City of Festivals, it is the festival of festivals. It is the one by which all of the city More...

Glove Box Tips Are Available For Motorists In Government Booklet

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This Week's Attitude

Native American Spirit Kept Alive At Annual Powwow

This Week

After five centuries of being ravaged by war, disease and benign neglect of their conquerors, Native Americans More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

That Little Red School House Was P.S. 115

In the month of June of 1913, they had graduation in P.S. 114 for about 25 pupils. I was one of them. This was the only school at the time that had a graduating class, as PS 115 only went up to the 4B Grade. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Native Americans Celebrate Heritage At Local Powwow

From June 17 through June 19, Floyd Bennett Field was transformed into a homeland for America More...

Off-Duty Police Officer Killed In E. New York Motorcycle Accident

An off-duty police officer was killed while riding on his motorcycle on Wednesday, June 15 at about 9:30 p.m., police said. His girlfriend was riding on the back of his bike and was seriously injured when she was thrown from the vehicle. More...

Canarsien Arrested After Alleged Knife Assault At Chuck E. Cheese

A 28-year old Canarsie resident was charged with assault last weekend after he allegedly stabbed a man with whom he was arguing at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Downtown Brook-lyn, police said. More...

Business & Finance

Be Careful When Donating A Car

I know it More...

LEGAL NOTICES

Legal Notice Notice is hereby given that an order entered by The Civil Court, Kings County on the 16th day of June, 2005, bearing the Index Number N500620/2005, a copy of which may be examined at The Office Of The Clerk, located at Civil Cour More...

Letters/Opinion

Letters To The Editor

CHS Student Praised

Dear Editor: One of our students, Ereola-Sade Falebita, is participating in an exciting internship with DGTV-PR07-V. Sade was encouraged to apply for this internship by her Eng-lish teacher, Mr. Goffredo. More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

Happy Birthday Catherine, This is a poem from me to you. (There aren More...

Women's

Take A Detour From Hair Damage With These Professional Tips

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Facial Masks At Their Absolute Best!

Masks are fun to use and can help clean pores, absorb oils, and give the skin a radiant glow. More...

How To Look Taller With A Little Help From Your Wardrobe

(NAPSI) Most women, no matter what their height, want to look a little taller. There are a number of little tricks to make yourself appear More...

Arts & Entertainment

Newest Batman Saga Is “Suffocatingly Self-Serious”

“Batman Begins”explores origins of the Caped Crusader legend and the Dark Knight's emergence as a force for good in Gotham. More...

Billboard Hot 100: Top 10

The following are weekly charts for the nation More...

Top 10 Movies

From The Associated Press (Figures are for June 17 More...

From The Mayor...

Free Compost Giveaway At Nearby Sanitation Dept. Site

Guest Column John J. Doherty, Sanitation Commissioner

No matter how small our backyard, we all take great pride in it. This is the place where, transformed into weekend horticulturists, we persevere through droughts, battle weeds, and are rewarded by the fruits of our labor More...

Savvy Senior

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, I am 59 years old and I had a heart attack last year. My wife keeps nagging me to start walking with her so I don More...

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