August 25, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

Talk About A Quiet Week! Crime Stats Here Lowest In A Year

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Ed Council Cites Obstructions, Lack Of Parental Involvement

Although last month More...

The Active Consumer

Hey girls, do you dread heading back to school? Well, More...

A Tree Falls On Conklin

One of those trees that grows in Brooklyn fell on Conklin Avenue, east of East 95th Street Monday. Firefighters from nearby Engine Company 170 on Rockaway Parkway were dispatched to the scene to remove the fallen shrubbery. More...

Health Dept. Continues Progress In Reform Of Day Care Bureau

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has report-ed significant progress in the reform of its Bureau of Day Care (BDC). More...

BP, City Councilman Announce Auto Insurance Fraud Crackdown

On August 16, Borough President Marty Markowitz and Council Mem-ber David Yassky joined Brooklyn Council Members Michael Nelson and Charles Barron and Assemblyman James Brennan on the City Hall steps to announce the introduction of a bill to crack do More...

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Our Reporter And Photographer “Floating On Air” After Awesome, Exhilarating Flight On Blimp

Flying 1,000 feet above the ground, Canarsie Courier More...

Meeting Held To Discuss Rkwy. Pkwy. Improvements

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Wounded Man Found On Avenue J After Being Shot On E. 108th Street

A resident of an apartment complex on East 108th Street near Avenue J was shot in broad daylight last Monday in the lobby of his building, police said. More...

Gotbaum Wants Gas Prices Available On The Internet

Betsy Gotbaum recently lashed out at unscrupulous gas station owners who are gouging New Yorkers at the pump and announced that she will introduce legislation to provide city residents with information about the lowest gas prices in their area. More...

Smashup At Seaview & The Parkway

Police from the 69th Precinct said there were no injuries last Tuesday morning when the above car and another vehicle collided at the corner of Rockaway Parkway and Seaview Avenue, but, until the cars were moved to the side of the road, traffic on bo More...

Who Is Eligible For Extra Help To Pay For Medicare Prescription Drugs Plan Costs?

Social Security

Did you know that in January 2006 a new program will provide the first prescription drug coverage ever offered under Medicare? More...

Spotlight on Elected Officials

John Sampson - Resident, State Senator

State Senator John Sampson says that what sets him apart from other elected officials is that he truly is part of the community he serves and he understands his constituents. More...

Pet Of The Week

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Volunteers Needed For September Beach Cleanup

Volunteers are needed for the 20th Annual New York State Beach Cleanup More...

69th Pct. Baseball Season Reaches The Home Stretch

Welcome to coverage of week 6 of the 69th Precinct Community Council Baseball Program. More...

Hall Of Fame Hurler, Brawler Juan Marichal Was At KeySpan Park

Hall of Fame pitcher Juan Marichal (pictured above in 1965) spent two days with the Brooklyn Cyclones, signing autographs and throwing out a ceremonial first pitch on August 21, and as a keynote speaker for the NYPL All-Star Gala on Monday. More...

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