March 2, 2006 RSS feed / Other News

Local Seniors Treated To Rousing Dose Of Patriotism

By Neil S. More...

2 Teen Bicyclists Injured In Avenue N Hit-Run

Police are pulling out all stops More...

Two Hurt In Conklin Crash

Two people were hurt yesterday when the above cars collided at the intersection of East 93rd Street and Conklin Avenue at about 8:15 a.m. Firefighters and other emergency personnel helped extricate the drivers who were treated at the scene. More...

Cops Probe Murder Mystery At Mill Basin Home Depot Store

Shortly after the Home Depot store at 5700 Avenue U in Mill Basin opened last Monday, a man who appeared to be on a tragic mission walked with a deliberate gait through the front doors and directly to the aisle where Tunde Alonge, 27, of East 19th St More...

SSA Warns Public About New Identifty Theft Scam

Jo Anne Barnhart, Commissioner of Social Security, and Patrick O More...

Hevesi Says New Yorkers May Be Due “Lost” Money

ALBANY (AP) More...

Black History Month Brings Visitors To Historic Weeksville

At times, a trip to the Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum can become a journey on a time machine, in essence transporting you back hundreds of years to when the house on Clarendon Road was built and farmers tilled the grounds and life was simpler, in a way. More...

Brooklyn College Coeds Win CUNY Cheerleading Championship

The Brooklyn College cheerleaders took on their counterparts from three other CUNY schools (Baruch, Medgar Evers & Lehman) on February 23rd at Baruch College and won the competition in front of a packed gym. More...

Body Of Strangled Coed Found Near Spring Creek

Police are investigating the brutal murder of a college student whose naked body was found covered with wrapping tape and a light quilt last Saturday night in the desolate, dead-end section of Seaview and Fountain avenues next to Spring Creek. More...

Grants Help Schools Create A Healthier Environment

The Alliance for a Healthier Gen-eration recently announced a new program to collaborate with schools to help them create environments that foster healthy lifestyles and ultimately prevent overweight and obesity among students. More...

69th Pct. Explorers - A Junior Police Academy At Home

Friday afternoons from 4 to 6 p.m., youths from all over Brooklyn come to the 69th Precinct dressed like young police cadets ready for duty. More...

Prominent Brooklynites Honored

As Black History Month was almost over last week, Borough President Marty Markowitz and Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham hosted Borough Hall More...

State DMV Drops Plan To Stagger Auto Inspections

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) More...

It’s Important To Keep Personal Documents Safe

No social security card? No job. No pictures or videos of household goods? Try getting the insurance company to pay. No cash or credit cards? Good luck getting a hotel room. More...

DCA Inspections Show Tax Preparers Doin’ Right Thing

While some New Yorkers dread the tax season, there More...

Puppy House Training Tips When It’s Too Cold To Go Out

Here are some puppy housetraining tips for wintertime from More...

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