August 11, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

Maimonides Volunteer Honored

Maimonides Medical Center volunteer Fred Moore was among the 94 volunteers honored by the United Hospital Fund at its twelfth annual Hospital Auxilian and Volunteer Achievement Awards Ceremony recently. More...

MD Telethon Seeking Volunteers For Annual Labor Day Event

The Muscular Dystrophy Assoc-iation is seeking volunteers to answer phones and help out behind the scenes at this year More...

Heroes Fight The Heat — Inside And Out!

Firefighters from Canarsie More...

We’ve Got Brooklyn’s Greenest Block

Floral display at The Landings at Fresh Creek, Phase 2, earned top Greenest Block honor this week. More...

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MAN?

The Alzheimer More...

Two JASA Senior Centers Here: A Great Place To Make Friends

By Dara Mormile More...

69th Precinct Council Baseball Rolling Along In Its 4th Week

Welcome to week 4 of the 69th Precinct Community Council Baseball Program. First, we want to thank everyone for continued support at our games. The success of the league is due in part to the parents, friends, and family who show up each week. More...

Social Security Video Hearings - Quicker, More Convenient For Applications

Social Security

Social Security now offers a video alternative for people who have had a benefits claim denied and who want to have a hearing before an administrative law judge conducted as quickly and conveniently as possible. More...

Pet Of The Week

"Ping" (A614358) is a 7-year-old Shiba Inu/Jindo mix. He has an adorable lion face and is one laid-back guy, who was found wandering the streets looking very scared and lonely. Now he wants a permanent home. More...

An Otter Story

These utterly adorable, playful Oriental, small-clawed otters were recently added to the Propect Park Zoo More...

Special Plan Enables Cops To Nab Suspects In East 83rd St. Shooting

By Charles Rogers Thanks to a special More...

Body Found At Stanley & Ashford

Empty lot at Ashford Street and Stanley Avenue, the vicinity where body of a woman, said to be in her 30s, was found early last Saturday morning. Police reports said unidentified body was dumped out of a van, according to a witness. More...

Health Dept. Issues New Yorkers Ticks Reminder

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene cautioned New Yorkers to protect themselves against ticks and tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease, as they spend more time outdoors during the summer months. More...

Canarsie Grad Finishes Air Force Basic Training

Air Force Airman 1st Class Renn S. Law has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. More...

2005-06 NYC PUBLIC SCHOOL CALENDAR

The following is a list of important dates and holidays for the upcoming school year: More...

The Active Consumer

We know your patio has been through rough times this summer with all that barbecuing. We also know that there More...

FRIENDSHIP FOREVER FONDUE

(From More...

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MAN?

The Alzheimer More...

Pictures From A Summer Road Trip

On a road trip that covered nearly 1,000 miles through five states, three old Brooklyn friends More...

Fast Balls, Curve Balls & Matzoh Balls Served At Cyclones’ Jewish Night

Before the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Vermont Expos began hurling fast balls, curve balls and sliders at each other last Friday night at KeySpan Park in Coney Island, the host team held a Matzoh Ball Soup Contest, in which fans brought homemade recipe More...

They Give A Hoot!

These Eastern Screech owls, named Harry and Ginny, after Harry Potter book characters, look like they give a hoot about their new home in the Prospect Park Zoo. More...

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