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NYC Dept. Of Ed. Announces Borough High School Fairs

The Department of Education (DOE) recently kicked off the fall public high school application season and an-nounced that it will offer more than 30 parent workshops in October and November throughout the city. More...

New High School Has Distinct International Flavor

Over the last five years the New York City Department of Education has created over 200 small high schools with fresh opportunities and choices for the city More...

NYC Sanitation Dept. Will Begin Recycling Unwanted Electronics

At some point or another, we More...

Business & Finance

Long-Term Care Insurance

Will I outlive my money? More...

Employers To Shift Rising Health Care Costs To Workers

By Anne D More...

Food Shopping: What’s In A Name?

(NAPSA)-The foods you choose may be a matter of taste, but what you actually have a taste for might surprise you. A study found Americans are just as likely to prefer the taste of their local supermarket More...

Religion

Kingsbrook Opens New E.R.; Announces Affiliation With Maimonides Cardiology & Emergency Care Divisions

On Wednesday, September 21, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz joined President and CEO Dr. Linda Brady, Administrator Mark Roberts, RN, and other officials for the ribbon-cutting of Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center More...

This Week's Attitude

School Funding Comes With Military Recruiting Agenda

This Week

With the war in Iraq dragging on and American KIAs nearing the 2,000 mark, military recruiting has faced with record shortages this year. What More...

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Canarsie Lions Hold A Doggone Fundraiser

The Canarsie Lions Club recently held a Dog Walk-a-thon in Marine Park to help raise funds to purchase and train guide dogs for its Vision Camp for the Blind. More...

Kruger Tells CB 18 Meeting Of Rumor That Lowe’s May Come To Plaza Area

By Melissa Favara According to State Senator Carl Kruger (pictured below), it has been rumored that a Lowe More...

Conductors Back At Work On Off-Peak Hour ‘L’ Trains

By Neil S. Friedman After operating the Canarsie L line weekends and overnight without conductors since last June, New York Transit returned them to duty earlier this week in compliance with an arbitrator More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

Rice seeks assurances from Haiti election process PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

United Canarsie South Civic The next meeting of the United Canarsie South Civic Association will take place on Tuesday, October 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the H.E.S., East 95th Street and Seaview Avenue. More...

Letters/Opinion

Letters To The Editor

Bureaucracy

Dear Editor: I write in response to Charles Rogers recent More...

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: From what More...

From The Mayor...

Fourth Grade Math Scores — Something We Can All Be Proud Of From The Mayor’s Desk ...

After years of stagnation, our public schools are on the move. You can see that in the climbing graduation rate, in the way we More...

Savvy Senior

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you tell me about becoming an organ donor? A friend of mine recently died waiting to get a kidney and it got me thinking about becoming a donor. My questions are, at 62 years-old am I to old to be a donor? More...

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