June 30, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

Proclamation From The B.P.

John Salogub, right, president of the 69th Precinct Community Coun-cil, represented Borough President Marty Markowitz Tuesday when he presented a proclamation praising American Legion Post 573 Com-mander Carlton Richardson for doing a good job with t More...

Crowds And Traffic Expected For July 10th Celebration

The National Park Service, Gateway National Recreation Area announced that Sunday, July 10 is expected to be an exceptionally heavy visitation day at Jacob Riis Park, as officials have learned that residents of Brooklyn and Queens, will commemorate G More...

Cyclones Ethnic Nights To Stir Up City’s Melting Pot

Have you ever wondered who can eat the most matzoh balls in a single sitting? If this question has been plaguing you, then you won More...

Pet Of The Week

Samantha, A612422 is a super-sweet Golden Retriever/Chow mix. This 1 1/2 year-old girl came into the shelter as a stray. She has a wonderful disposition and is very friendly and outgoing. More...

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, My doctor is now acting like my dentist. The last time I went in for a visit he was telling me about gum disease and decay and how it can cause other kinds of serious health problems. I More...

The Active Consumer

Did that trip to the beach last weekend leave you looking as red as a well-cooked lobster? Sure, you might be sizzling from the heat, but you still won More...

Glenwood Houses Tenants Mull Security Camera Installation

Installation of video cameras at the Glenwood Houses was one of several quality of life issues discussed at last week More...

Canarsie Cemetery — Part Of The Past, Present And Future

By Dara Mormile Traces of Canarsie More...

Cyclones Top Baby Bombers For 5th Straight Home Opener

When the Brooklyn Cyclones opened the 2005 season last week at KeySpan Park in Coney Island, it was the first day of summer, as well as the managerial debut of former New York Mets More...

Summer Is Salad Season

Fresh More...

Errant Driver Arrested With Eight Stolen Credit Cards: Cops

Police from the 69th Precinct More...

New “Umbrella” Catholic School To Be Established Here

Early this year, after it was decided that a number of Catholic schools in the city would be closing because of financial difficulties, the diocese of Brooklyn asked that individual parishes coordinate their activities and come up with a plan to fac More...

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MAN?

The Alzheimer More...

Correction On A Story That Went To Pot

Psst. Hey, buddy. Wanna buy some pot CHEAP? There More...

Visiting Nurse Association Of B’klyn: Help For Over A Century

Since 1888, the Visiting Nurse Association of Brooklyn, (VNAB) the oldest certified home health agency in New York City, has been meeting the home health care needs of the borough More...

Brooklyn Shelter Homeless Cats Waiting To Be Adopted

It More...

Scores Flock To Mary Queen Of Heaven Festival

Those who attended the three-day Mary Queen of Heaven Festival last weekend had the opportunity to go on rides (top left) like the ferris wheel, games of chance (at left) and a variety of mouth-watering foods (above right)and beverages. More...

What’s In A Name? Social Security Can Tell You

Social Security

Steve Beck Manager, Canarsie Office What More...

SAILSMANSHIP! Bruce Nash and Allan Zullo©2003

(From More...

Summer Moon

Amateur photographer Abe Ginsberg of Sheepshead Bay took this photograph of the nearly full Summer Solstice moon on Tuesday, June 21, in Manhattan Beach. More...

Blood Donors Are Needed After Local Supply Was Depleted By Heat Wave

As a result of recent extreme humid-ity and high temperatures, blood donations fell by 25 percent, leaving the community blood supply at risk and in a critical state far below what is required to adequately serve local patients. More...

Patriotic Poems

A page From Our Revolutionary History, Revere Said, More...

WFAN Sports Radio To Host Night At KeySpan July 13th

The Brooklyn Cyclones recently announced that as part of their fifth season, they have teamed up with WFAN, the radio home of the NY Mets, to present WFAN night at KeySpan Park on Wednesday, July 13 at 7:00 p.m. More...

The Creative Cook

Most families will be having barbecues, picnics and cook-outs this holiday. It More...

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