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West Nile Virus Activity Is Increasing Throughout City

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) announced a recent increase in the number of mosquito specimens and dead birds that have tested positive for West Nile Virus. More...

Canarsie Park Renovations Anxiously Awaited

By Dara Mormile Canarsiens will have to wait before their beloved Canarsie Park More...

City Parks Chief Urges New Yorkers To Water Street Trees

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe urges New Yorkers to water the street trees in front of their homes and businesses. The recent heat poses a direct threat to the viability of New York City More...

Business & Finance

Two Pockets To Consider(About Retirement Assets)

When I conduct retirement seminars at colleges and businesses or discuss the subject in my office, I begin with, More...

A Few Words To Consumers About “Pre-Screened” Credit Reports

(NAPSA)-If you More...

Dept. Of Labor Says Statistics Show Growth Of Private Jobs

New data from the New York State Department of Labor show a solid pace of private job growth in New York in July 2005. More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

Get well wishes to Wendy Raco. God has tested your strength & we know you will pull through with no problem. We are all praying for your speedy recovery & continued health. You go girl! Your friends at Canarsie Courier. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Count Your Blessings

Never forget the Twin Towers fall Always remember several heroes gave their all More...

From The Mayor...

Doing Our Part To Aid Hurricane Katrina Victims

From The Mayor

Four years ago, after 9/11, people across the country helped New York City get back on its feet. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

Trolleys To The Shore Went On Loop First

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

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Other News

Millions Celebrate At West Indian Day Parade

An estimated two million people, many of whom with roots in the Caribbean, lined up for two miles along Eastern Parkway from Grand Army Plaza to Utica Avenue under a bright, blue sky on Monday to watch the festive West Indian American Day Carnival Pa More...

Two Masked Gunmen Rob Avenue L Auto Store

Two thieves toting handguns rob-bed the Strauss Discount Auto Store at 9525 Avenue L last Saturday and, after binding two employees with duct tape, escaped with more than $3,000 in store receipts, police said. More...

CCC And Sports Stars Raise Funds For Victims Of Katrina

The crisis experienced by those affected by Hurricane Katrina motivated the Christian Cultural Center (CCC), and fellow church members New Jersey Nets guard Jason Kidd (at right), New York Jets running back Curtis Martin (below), and Fox News More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

Caribbean leaders sign oil pact with Venezuela

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (AP) More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

CLUBS / GROUPS

United Canarsie South Civic The next meeting of the United Canarsie South Civic Association will take place on Tuesday, September 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the H.E.S., Seaview Avenue and East 95th Street. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Do you think the government should investigate and cap continuing gas price increases, which were occurring even before Hurricane Katrina hit? More...

Letters To The Editor

Our Pleasure Too!

Dear Catherine Rosa (Business Manager): Now that the 2005 Kutztown Festival is over and we More...

This Week's Attitude

Oil Companies Looted

Way Before Big Easy Criminals This Week

As Hurricane Katrina was about to devastate America More...

View From the Middle

It’s Really Not Tough To Lay Some Blame For Katrina Debacle

View From The Middle

There have been many, many times that I More...

Savvy Senior

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, I watched you on the Today show last month demonstrating some different items that seniors can add to their cars to help their driving. My parents are both in their late 70 More...

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