April 13, 2006 RSS feed / Other News

PAL Teaches E.N.Y. Teens The Rules Of The Game

Fourteen teenagers from East New York recently completed the Police Athletic League's (PAL) first-ever Careers in Sports, Introduction to Basketball Sportsmanship and Officiating program. More...

Civic Leader Honored

Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein presented an award honoring the tenth anniversary of the Friends United Block Association to President Gardy Brazela at last week's meeting, which took place at Temple Shaare Emeth. More...

Pet Of The Week

If you are interested in adopting this or any other animal, please visit our web site at www.nycacc.org or call 1-212.788.4000. More...

Info Drive On For Minority Cancer Awareness Week

Blacks, Latinos and Asian Americans have higher risks, incidence and mortality rates than whites for certain kinds of cancers. More...

Public Hearing Set On Fees For Public Recreation Centers

State Senator John L. Sampson has called on his constituents to express their views at a public hearing on a proposal by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation to charge fees to persons over 18 who use recreational centers. More...

New Fees And Charges In Projects Finalized By Housing Authority

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) has notified residents at its 344 developments that it is implementing a final schedule of proposed fees and charges that will offer substantial discounts to 82% of residents; elderly, disabled as well as r More...

Ex-Cop Is Shot In His Car By His Police Officer Wife: NYPD

A retired police officer was shot four times, allegedly by his estranged wife - also a police officer - as he sat in his car waiting for a traffic light on Van Siclen Avenue in East New York last Monday. More...

Ask The Learning Advisor

Q: My daughter is eight years old. Lately, she has been very disrespectful to me and others - at home and at school. She becomes angry when she doesn't get her way. I'm afraid she's going to get into trouble at school and her grades will suffer. More...

Angry Parents Blast School After Recent Gun Incident

An agitated group of parents attended a meeting last week at Roy H. Mann Intermediate School 78 to express their concerns over a recent incident when two students were suspended after they brought a gun to school. More...

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Another Opener, Another Win

Unofficial Yankee mascot Scattman the dancer - Les Cohen of Howard Beach in Queens - helped New York Yankees fans cheer on the home team at Tuesday afternoon's exciting home opener. More...

The Active Consumer

Wouldn't it be great to travel back in time? You could see the way the community was over one hundred years ago - how urban development has changed since the days of the Dutch! Well, when you visit the More...

Taxpayers Can Get Automatic 6-Month Tax Filing Extension

The Internal Revenue Service reminds individual taxpayers that they can request an automatic six-month filing extension. An extension grants extra time for filing the tax return only, not for paying any taxes due. More...

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