June 15, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

TWO HURT IN CARJACK ATTEMPT

The 57-year-old driver of a livery cab and a gun-wielding suspect who allegedly tried to rob him were both injured on June 5 when the cab went out of control and crashed on East 78th Street, police said. More...

Top Stories

City Warns Of Zero Tolerance, Vehicle Seizure For Illegal Fireworks

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly and Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta recently warned New Yorkers of the consequences of transporting, buying, selling or using illegal fireworks. More...

Bildersee To Broadway: I.S. 68 Students On The Great White Way

By Melissa Favara In a major effort to integrate arts back into the public school curriculum, a mentorship program was introduced to eight talented intermediate schools in the New York City area. One happens to be Canarsie's own I.S. More...

Caribbean Corner

Bigger & Better AIDS Walk

Caribbean Peoples International Collective, Inc (CPIC) conducted its 6th annual AIDS Walk Caribbean. More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

Kaysie, we are so proud of you. Success and happiness always. Love Louis, Mom, Sarah, John, Rachel and Chris. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Wholesome Family Fun In Store At Kutztown Dutch Festival

Nine days of wholesome family fun with a distinctive Pennsylvania Dutch flavor awaits visitors to the Kutztown Festival July 1 - 9, 2006 at the Kutzt-own (PA) Fairgrounds. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Revitalizing The Waterfront

For much of our history, New York's waterfronts were essential for the trans-port and trade that fueled the city's economy. Our waterfronts once bustled with active wharves on the East and Hudson Rivers. More...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Revitalizing The Waterfront

For much of our history, New York's waterfronts were essential for the trans-port and trade that fueled the city's economy. Our waterfronts once bustled with active wharves on the East and Hudson Rivers. More...

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Other News

A Salute To Flag Day

To celebrate Flag Day, yesterday, students at P.S./I.S. 66 marched around the school holding American flags, as well as flags from countries of their families' origin. More...

Soldier Slayer Found Guilty Of Murder At Avenue L Restaurant

The man who viciously murdered a soldier home on leave from Iraq and shot his brother outside of the Ambiance Restaurant last year has been convicted in both cases, according to Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes. More...

Groomer Law Proposed After Pup's Recent Death

Two hours after Bergen Beach resident Tina Del Toro and her eight-year-old daughter Zoe dropped off their young Shih Tzu Phoebe at the Brooklyn Zoo and Aquarium for grooming last Thursday, the three-year-old pooch was dead; allegedly burned to death More...

Letters/Opinion

Letters To The Editor

Kudos, Kudos, Kudos!!!

Editor's note: The following "pats on the back" were sent to Catherine Rosa, the Canarsie Courier's business manager and features editor Neil Friedman. More...

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Most Americans have little interest in soccer - or football as it's known to the rest of the world. Are you planning on following news about the U.S. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Auto Racing Plan For Floyd Bennett Is Off Course

Floyd Bennett Field, the city's first municipal airport - which opened in 1931 - is enjoying a renaissance of sorts, but it has nothing to do with aviation. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Hurricane Season's Here - And It's Not A TV Movie

For about a week now, we've been keeping an eye on a tropical storm that started just off the west coast of Cuba along about Thursday or Friday and has already hit Florida with heavy wind and rain. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

What About That Great Big Amusement Park?

Early last century an amusement park was erected along the shorefront of Jamaica Bay at Canarsie shore, which was called Golden City. More...

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