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Bridges To Rockaway Busy As Beach Traffic Increases

Following another brutal winter and a soggy spring, summer activity has taken off at the MTA Bridges and Tunnels Rockaway crossings. More...

Rooftop Cell Antennae Begin Sprouting In Canarsie

With more than 100 million cellular phones More...

New Recruits Bolster Manpower At 69th Precinct

As a result of the more than 1,500 men and women who graduated on July 13 after seven months of training with the New York City Police Acade-my, twelve new recruits joined the 69th Precinct, bringing the number of police there to 146. More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

State to object to Basdeo Panday application PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (AP) More...

Complacency Can Be A Prelude to Failure

Eye On C

News about the teen who was killed for the iPod hit me like a truck. It was only a few weeks before that I was on the telephone with a mother; her son on the other side of sadness. He was locked up, awaiting arraignment. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: The city More...

Women's

Women’s World

For the women of the community Compiled by Dara Mormile Hair Color Care Myths Dispelled: Fact Vs. Fiction

(NAPSI)-For the 60 percent of women who color their hair, keeping it rich is no easy task. More...

Try On These Fashionably Quick Tips For The Plus-Sized

(NAPSI)-Most women know their bodies but do not know their specific body shapes. The secret to great-fitting, stylish clothes for plus-size women is to know your shape, find your fit and create your style. More...

Female Fact The first woman

governor More...

Little Old Canarsie

The Motion Picture Comes To Canarsie Little Old Canarsie

John Denton We witnessed the building of the American Theatre Movie Palace in the year of 1913, by a well known Canarsie oysterman, J. Harry Vreeland, at the southwest corner of East 92nd Street and Flatlands Avenue. More...

Direct Answers

Answers From The Teacher

How important is handwriting these days? My daughter More...

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Other News

Cole Bros. Big Top Raised In Marine Park

Cole Brothers Circus raised its giant red and yellow tent in Marine Park last week for a series of performances through this Sunday. (There are nine more, beginning tonight at 8 p.m.) The 2005 edition of the world More...

Disabled Detective Offers Inspiration To 69th Pct. Officers

By Dara Mormile Commemorating 19 years since he was shot and paralyzed by a youth in Central Park, Detective Steven McDon-ald spoke to a group of new recruits during a visit to the 69th Precinct last Thursday. More...

Teen Accidentally Shoots Self, Then Lies About It To Police

Detectives from the 69th Precinct this week arrested a 16-year-old boy who told them he had been shot by a mysterious attacker but they discovered he actually shot himself and lied about it. More...

Business & Finance

Three ‘Musts’ For Retirement Planning

Social Security

Steve Beck Manager, Canarsie Office Where are you on the road to a comfortable retirement? Are you nearing the exit sign to a retirement you More...

What You Can Do To Make Sure Your Assets Are Protected

Although Christmas is a time of giving, there is a type of giving with which you definitely don More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

Education Council Annual Election Meeting Tonight More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

Canarsie-Native Josephine Esposito celebrated her 60th Anniversary with the American Journal of Nursing (AJN), the official publication of the American Nurses Association and the world More...

From The Mayor...

The NYPD Is The World’s Leader in Fighting Crime

From The Mayor

New York has the best police de-partment in the world. That More...

Fitness

Local Fitness Center For Women To Host Health Fair

Curves Fitness Center, at 383 Rem-sen Avenue, will be open to the public on July 30 More...

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