May 11, 2006 RSS feed / Other News

Ask The Learning Advisor

Q: My son is 15 years old and has always had problems containing his anger. He has been in a special behavorial school this year, but it has not helped his anger or his education. More...

Weather Experts Discuss Hurricane Prognosis At College Forum

If a Katrina-type Category 5 hurricane or worse were to hit New York City, how much of the Big Apple and surrounding areas would be underwater? More...

MISSING!

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An Arresting Day For ERA Elect & MDA

Lending a hand to be arrested and locked up (until "ransomed" by contributions), agents and associates of ERA Elect Realty forlornly peer from their jail cell in front of Elect headquarters at 9623 Avenue M yesterday during annual fundraiser for Musc More...

Pet Of The Week

Meet Coco (A653208), an affectionate, playful, one eyed, year old American pit bull/terrier mix. He needs a loving home, since his owner moved to a "no pets allowed" building and he had to give him up. Give Coco a chance. More...

Victim Of Baseball Bat Attack Dies; Suspect's Charge Upgraded To Murder

A resident of East 101st Street, who was allegedly struck in the head with a baseball bat at about 5 p.m. on April 28 during a fight with his neighbor, died Monday at Brookdale Hospital apparently as a result of his wounds, police said. More...

Local Spa Can Make You Into A "Nu" Person

Are you tired, stressed, or burnt out? Do you have a to-do list that's a mile long? Do you long to have a day to yourself with no errands, chores, responsibilities and no cell phones ringing? Can't get away for a weekend? More...

Police Officer Killed In Belt Parkway Crash

An off-duty rookie police officer was killed in a chain reaction pileup on the westbound lane of the Belt Parkway, near the Rockaway Parkway exit, early Saturday when his car exploded, police said. More...

Suspect Nabbbed in Possession Of Stolen Radio And DVD Player

Plainclothes and uniformed police from the 69th Precinct last Friday arrested a suspect (with hat, leaning against car) and charged him with criminal possession of stolen property. Anti-Crime Unit officers spotted Bernard St. More...

69th Pct. Community Council Honors Members At Annual Fundraiser

The 69th Precinct Community Council did more than serve a hearty breakfast at last Sunday's fifth annual fundraiser - they brought people together and honored various local residents for their hard work, dedication and community involvement. More...

The Active Consumer

So it's Mother's Day and you're at the end of your rope trying to find something decent. Flowers ...Candy ...It's all been done. Unless you're creative - and we've got some creative ideas for you! More...

Annual Greenest Block Contest Accepting Applications

Brooklyn GreenBridge, the community horticulture program of Brooklyn Botanic Garden, announces the 12th Annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn Contest. More...

Albany Pols Urged To Pass Expanded DNA Legislation

Mayor Bloomberg last week called upon state lawmakers to pass legislation that would require all convicted criminals to provide DNA samples for inclusion in the state DNA Databank. More...

Sol Needle Installed As Mill Island Civic Association President

Community activist Sol Needle, who has taken part in many activities throughout the area, was installed as president of the Mill Island Civic Association on May 3rd. More...

City Consumer Unit Warns About Sweepstakes Scams

Forget the "Dash for Cash" or the "Real Pot of Gold" scratch-off cards showing up in your mailbox - those winning car offers are likely taking you for a ride. More...

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