February 2, 2006 RSS feed / Other News

Maisel Nominated For Seddio’s Vacated Assembly Post

Members of the Democratic County Committee joined with those from the Thomas Jefferson Democratic Club Sunday to nominate Alan Maisel (at right) for the seat of Assemblyman from the 59th A.D. More...

VIKING GOES FOR THE ORANGE

Viking varsity football standout Parker Cantey (center) is flanked by his proud parents, Raymond and Anna, at yesterday More...

69th Pct. Cop Of The Month

Police officer recruits were acknowledged by Commanding Officer Captain Ralph Monteforte at last month More...

E. Flatbush Soldier Finishes Training

Army Pvt. Anona P. Johnson has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. More...

Police Still Looking For Hit-Run Driver

Police are still seeking the help of the public in finding a hit-run driver who struck a 20-year-old Canarsie man on January 14th sometime between midnight and 2 a.m. More...

“Teacher Of The Year” Award Nominations Being Accepted

Nominations for the New York 2005-2006 More...

Government Booklets Can Help Combat Identity Theft

Police patrol the community to keep you and your possessions secure from burglars who prowl the neighborhood. But what does it take to keep your identity safe from thieves who cruise the information highway? More...

Globetrotters’ Unique Brand Of Basketball At MSG Feb. 17

Celebrating their 80th anniversary, the world famous Harlem Globetrotter are bringing their 2006 More...

Pro Beach Volleyball Tour Comin’ To Brooklyn This Summer

AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour, and Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment are joining forces to bring the ultimate sports and entertainment experience to the More...

Through The Ropes

I must admit, I initially got quite the uncomfortable feeling when Eddie Guerrero More...

Canarsie H.S. Alumnus Completes Basic Training

Air Force Airman Sean C. Walker has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. More...

Marine, Civilians Grab Robbery Suspect On Rockaway Parkway

Thanks to quick work by two civilians and a U.S. Marine, a suspect was caught in the act of allegedly robbing a postal service store at gunpoint on Rockaway Parkway on January 13th. More...

Shots Fired In Daylight Robbery On B-6 Bus

Pandemonium broke loose on the B-6 city bus last Friday when a passenger fired three shots into the air while robbing a fellow passenger, po-lice said. The suspect got away as all the passengers on the bus also fled. More...

Governor Comes To Brooklyn To Highlight $500 Child Tax Credit

Governor George E. More...

Star Player & Happy Coach

South Shore High School varsity player Parker Cantey (left) and head coach Tommy Salvato are all smiles yesterday afternoon moments after the young man signed papers granting him a full athletic scholarship to Syracuse University, where he More...

Free Booklet Raises Awareness About Suspected Child Abuse

Nixzmary Brown is the most recent in a series of young children to meet a tragic end. Many people More...

Two Rob Suspects Go To Pct. To Help Accomplice And Get Caught

Two suspects were arrested by 69th Precinct police early last Monday and charged as accomplices in a robbery when they went to the Foster Avenue station house to inquire about a third man who had been taken there as a suspect in the same robbery a fe More...

Government Booklets Can Help Combat Identity Theft

Police patrol the community to keep you and your possessions secure from burglars who prowl the neighborhood. But what does it take to keep your identity safe from thieves who cruise the information highway? More...

Pet Of The Week

Photo by Tiffany Latz More...

Governor Signs Bill Providing Funds For Home Heating Assistance

Governor George E. Pataki today announced that he has signed legislation that authorizes the use of $100 million in State funding to provide additional Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) benefits for some of the state More...

Brooklyn Cyclones Name College Coach As Next Manager

When the Brooklyn Cyclones begin play in June, they will have a new manager at the helm. George Greer, who was the head coach at Wake Forest University for 17 record-setting seasons, has been named the franchise More...

Notable New Yorkers Remember Coretta Scott King

By VERENA DOBNIK Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) New York City held a special place in the life of Coretta Scott King More...

Homes, Businesses Should Guard Against Damaging Frozen Pipes

Whether freezing temperatures arrive in October or January, Professional Insurance Agents of New York State Inc. remind homeowners and businessowners there are conditions to guard against. More...

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