March 23, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

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Eight CHS Students Picked For Intel Science Program

With eight students selected, Canarsie High School has the largest contingency participating in this year%27s prestigious Intel Science competition. More...

Dinner Dance Heralds Merging Three Area Catholic Schools

An Inaugural Awards Dinner Dance was held at Our Lady of Miracles Parish last Saturday. More...

Marine Park Group Home Approved, Despite CB 18 Rejection

Marine Park residents were informed at last week%27s monthly Community Board 18 meeting in the Kings Plaza Community Room that the application for a group home for developmentally disabled adolescents that they were opposed to in November had been ap More...

Business & Finance

Bay Ridge Credit Union Established More Than 70 Years Ago Old

If you%27re looking for a loan - for just about anything, from home mortgages to taxi and limousine loans to auto loans - it stands to reason you would want to do business with an experienced establishment, like the Bay Ridge Federal Credit Union, wh More...

Top Ten IRS Tax Tips

With the April 18 tax deadline approaching, the Internal Revenue Service has help for New York%27s 8.8 million taxpayers. More...

This Week's Attitude

Networks' Schedules Leave Some Shows Lost In The Shuffle

This Week's Attitude

Television executives, sheltered and isolated in plush offices in Los Angeles and New York, should come down from their glass towers, walk the streets of the cities and towns of America and mingle with the viewing public if they really want to unders More...

View From the Middle

Anti-War Rallies: They're Small Now, But...(Remember?)

View From The Middle

As we marked the third anniversary of the war in Iraq last weekend, and watched its associated parades of protest, we were reminded of an earlier time of rallying and attempted counter-persuasion 38 years ago or so. More...

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Other News

Wyckoff House Celebration Salutes Boro's Irish Farmers

Irish eyes were smilin%27 and Irish legs were dancin%27 at last Saturday%27s annual Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum St. Patrick%27s Day celebration, "Pipes & Potatoes," that was a salute to Brooklyn%27s 19th century Irish farmers. More...

Is Mill Basin Span A Bridge In Troubled Water?

For nearly eight years the Canarsie Courier has reported on the progress and the future of the Mill Basin drawbridge. More...

I.S. 211 Students Salute Favorite Sport Stars

While many took part in the wearin%27 o%27 the green last Friday for St. Patrick%27s Day, I.S. 211 students celebrated the day by donning jerseys of their favorite professional athletes. More...

Letters/Opinion

Is Governor Shortchanging New York City's Children?

Guest Column

"I%27ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today," pleads Wimpy in the Popeye comic strip. And the line always draws big laughs, because who%27d keep asking for a loan, week after week, without any real plan for paying the money back? More...

Taking Out The Trash And Recyclables - Properly

From time to time, I receive correspondence from city residents who want to know how to put their refuse and recyclables out for collection properly. More...

From The Mayor...

I Love New York- And So Do Tourists

From The Mayor's Desk ...

In case you didn%27t know, I love New York, and it seems that more people than ever agree with me. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

Historic Fire Brought Changes To The Shore

On a bitter cold morning, in about 1934, when the temperature hit around zero, we witnessed a terrific fire down at the shore just outside Golden City Amusement Park. More...

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