July 28, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

TEEN CHARGED IN SHOOTING

By Charles Rogers A 15-year-old boy was arrested early last Friday after allegedly shooting a man and woman when he and some friends became involved in a dispute with them on East 86th Street, police said. More...

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Governor, Mayor Announce End Of Some NYC Clothing Sales Tax

Governor George Pataki and Mayor Michael Bloomberg jointly announced on Monday that legislation has been signed into law that will eliminate New York City More...

Parent Takes Child Out Of Day Care Center Citing “Neglect”

By Charles Rogers A parent last week lodged a complaint against the Hebrew Educational Society (HES) after he said its Day Care Center left a three-year-old girl More...

More Donors Needed As City’s Blood Emergency Continues

Blood donations still lag 25% be-hind what is required to adequately serve patients in close to 200 local hospitals, forcing New York Blood Center, the majority blood supplier in the NY/NJ community, to issue its second emergency appeal for blood thi More...

Business & Finance

Diversification Is The Key In Mutual Funds

In December of 2004, the Wall Street Journal ran a story about the danger of investing all of one More...

Looking For The Best Mortgage

Your credit score is good and you More...

Student Loan Interest Rates: What They Mean For You

(NAPSA)-Recently, interest rates on federally guaranteed student loans were reset to the fourth lowest since the start of the federal student loan program. More...

This Week's Attitude

Private Property Jeopardized By High Court Decision

This Week

Once upon a time a young, handsome prince (is there any other kind?) eyed a tract of land not far from the castle where he lived with his parents, the king and queen of Somewhere. More...

Savvy Senior

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, Last year my husband, who More...

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Other News

Brooklyn Dodger Vets Mark Anniversary Of Borough’s Only World Championship

Four veterans of Brooklyn More...

Good Neighbor Pitched In To Help Save Drowning Tot

By Neil S. Friedman When Freddy Green heard screams last week coming from a nearby neigh-bor More...

Teen Shot In Back Five Times By Shotgun-Wielding Gunman

An 18-year-old man was shot five times with buckshot pellets early last Friday as he walked along Foster Avenue, police said. His injuries were not life threatening. More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

Eastern Caribbean economies doing well CASTRIES, St Lucia (AP) More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: After the latest attacks on the London subway system, New York City Police were ordered to conduct random searches of mass transit commuters in an effort to foil would-be terrorists. More...

Little Old Canarsie

1933: When The Beer Flowed Like Wine

Little Old Canarsie

With the repeal of prohibition in 1933, many beer and liquor places opened on Avenue L from East 91st to East 96th streets. More...

Direct Answers

Answers From The Teacher

I need some good summer art projects for my children, eight and ten, who are just hanging around the house complaining they More...

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