April 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

BREUKELEN GUEST GUNNED DOWN

Officials from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad are searching for a man who followed a Breukelen Houses visitor down the rear staircase of one of the project%27s apartment buildings last Saturday night and shot him twice in the chest, killing him. More...

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P.S. 115 Odyssey Team Is Headed To World Finals

Today New York - tomorrow the world! More...

State Sales Tax For Some Clothing Is Eliminated

Democratic State Assemblyman Alan N. Maisel, who represents Canarsie, Mill Basin, Bergen Beach, Marine Park and surrounding communities, reminded constituents this week that the 4 percent state sales tax was eliminated as of April 1. More...

Abe's Radio-A Parkway Fixture For 37 Years-Is Moving

Abe%27s Radio, which has provided top-notch personalized service to satisfied customers for almost 75 years, will soon be moving from it%27s Rockaway Parkway home where it has been a Canarsie institution for decades. More...

This Week's Attitude

Uninsured Should Take Advantage Of Free Health Screenings

This Week's Attitude

The nation%27s most critical domestic problem may be the lack of health insurance for more than 40 million Americans. More...

View From the Middle

My Mayor Doesn't Mince His Words On Gun Control

View From The Middle

That Mayor Bloomberg! Here I was, cursing him out and knocking him when he first got into office because of his arrogance and his money (not necessarily in that order). But that%27s all changed. Now he%27s More...

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Other News

Curiale Installed As Mill Basin Civic Prez

It was a stellar evening with celebrities and dignitaries coming from near and far to wish a more-than-fond farewell to the outgoing president of the Mill Basin Civic Association and welcome the new leader. More...

Pistol Packin' Pupils Suspended From Mill Basin School

Two sixth graders at Roy H. Mann Intermediate School 78 in Mill Basin were indefinitely suspended last week for bringing a loaded .45 caliber semiautomatic handgun to school, according to a spokesperson for the Department of Education. More...

Hero Cop Nabs Trio In The Act Of Mugging Man On Ave. L

As he was patrolling on Rockaway Parkway at about 3 p.m. on March 26, a 69th Precinct police officer on auto-theft duty saw three men attacking another man on the corner of East 95th Street and Avenue L and arrested all three. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

NYPD Expansion For Continued Crime Reduction

You%27ve heard it before - New York City is the safest big city in the nation. Since 2001, crime has fallen every single year, and is now down nearly 25% citywide. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

The "Princess Anne" And Her Rotten Bananas

When sometime on or about the late teens, and the pride of the English Navy, the "Princess Anne" went aground off the tip of Breezy Point and couldn%27t get a free load of bananas and lemons brought up from South America to N.Y., the crew dumped them More...

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