September 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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Court Orders Transit Agency To Restore Conductors To L Line

Critics of New York City Transit More...

Governor Reminds New Yorkers About Tax-Free Week Shopping

Governor George Pataki on Sunday reminded New Yorkers they can shop tax-free for clothing and footwear purchases that cost less than $110 per item from now through Labor Day, next Monday. More...

Canarsie AWARE Graduates Honored At Ceremony

After four months in Canarsie AWARE More...

Business & Finance

Long-Term Problem, Solution

As I was driving my 13 year-old-son, Ryan, home from a Biddy Bas-ketball game, we passed a local church destroyed by a fire, which prompted Ryan to ask about the status of the church. I told him it was being rebuilt because I More...

Fewer Than 1/3 Of Country Satisfied With Savings Plan

(NAPSA)-At the end of the month, most people wish they were able to save more money. More...

Free Course Teaches Money Management Skills To Students

Over 15,000 students in all 50 states and several countries are enrolled to use Money SKILL (www.moneyskill-.org), a free, online personal finance curriculum from the American Finan-cial Services Association Education Foundation (AFSAEF) that More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

If your not-for-profit group would like to place an event in the Community Guide Call (718) 257-0600

Or Fax (718) 272-0870 United Canarsie South Civic More...

Medical

Staying Healthy At 50+ Booklet

Maintaining healthy living habits is important at any age-they can help prevent certain diseases and conditions. Continuing these good habits, such as scheduling annual checkups and screening tests, is essential as you get older. More...

This Week's Attitude

Brief Encounter Of First Kind Really Bugs Me

This Week

I tend to be skeptical about certain professionals More...

View From the Middle

CEC “School Board” Getting Off On The Wrong Foot

View From The Middle

When the School District 18 Community Educa-tion Council (CEC) More...

Savvy Senior

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, The company I worked for recently laid-off about 10 of its sales staff including me, due to budget cuts. More...

Special Sections

Other News

First MedCare Holds Annual Community Health Fair

A Family Health Fair, hosted annually by First MedCare Inc. at 8707 Flatlands Avenue, was once again a resounding success. More...

Pints A-Fillin’ At Holy Family Blood Drive

With metropolitan area blood banks going through the traditional seasonal shortage, Holy Family Church pitched in and held a community blood drive last Sunday. More...

Three Are Injured In Crash At Flatlands Ave. And E. 92 Street

Three people were injured early Thursday when two cars traveling on Flatlands Avenue in opposite directions collided at the corner of East 92 Street. More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

PM urges diaspora to work strenuously for the nation More...

West Indian-American Day Carnival Expecting Big Crowds

Eye On C

There are going to be masses and masses of people in Brooklyn this weekend. Papayooooo! More...

Letters/Opinion

Letters To The Editor

Parkway Revitalization

Editor: I commend Charles Rogers on his on August 25 More...

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Are you ready to go back to school? Why? (Why not?) More...

Little Old Canarsie

When Canarsie H.S. Replaced A Power House

Little Old Canarsie

For many years, the late John Denton graced the pages of the Canarsie Courier with his column More...

Direct Answers

Answers From the Teacher

School is starting next week. How can I get all my children off on the right foot when it comes to all the homework they will receive? I have three children, one in high school, one in middle school, and one in elementary school. More...

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