June 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

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Police Investigate Possible Bias Incident At Roy H. Mann I.S. 78

Police from the 63rd Precinct are investigating a possible "hate crime" at Roy H. More...

Where Will You Go When The Hurricane Hits?

If a hurricane were to hit New York City, would you be prepared for an emergency evacuation? More...

Letters/Opinion

Downsizing Needed Here

Dear Editor: Harry and Sidney Waxman built Seaview Village in the early 1950's. They were responsible builders who did not throw down any existing houses or structures to develop their suburban-type community. More...

"Canarsie Is Under Attack"

Editor: While you claim to take a "view from the middle," your June 8th column is way over the line and clearly shows how little research was performed when you wrote your myopic, self-serving diatribe. More...

Guest Column- Assemblyman Alan Maisel

As hurricane season approaches and the threat of these devastating storms increases, we must do all we can to protect our families and our property. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Zero Tolerance For Illegal Fireworks

I've said many times that New York is the safest big city in the nation. Today, we face fewer crimes, fires, traffic fatalities, and other major hazards than at any time in recent memory. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

The Canarsee Indians Started It All

Over 300 years ago, Canarsee Village was the head town of the Canarsee Tribe of Indians. There the Sachem-Penhowitz was having his fish dinner, and his paw-waws or conjurors were amusing him, and war and peace was determined by Braves in council. More...

Special Sections

Other News

MQH Festival Features "Touch Of Heaven"

"A Touch of Heaven in Brooklyn" is the motto of Mary Queen of Heaven Parish in Old Mill Basin. The 5th annual summer festival continued to use this motto to bring area residents together in the spirit of togetherness and unity. More...

New Best Friend Lifts Spirit Of Girl Whose Dog Died In Grooming Mishap

The heartbroken spirit of an 8-year-old Bergen Beach girl was lifted when a Flatbush Avenue pet store owner presented her with a new dog last Friday morning to replace the pet that died during a routine visit to a groomer nine days earlier. More...

Police Say Elderly Have Been Preyed Upon In Recent Crimes

Police last week said there have been a few incidents in the Canarsie area recently involving crimes against the elderly, ranging from felony robbery to petit larceny. More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

Congratulations to our Granddaughter Kaysie Mauro graduating from high school in 2006. We love you. Grandpa Tony and Grandma Iris. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

My Patience With Political Correctness Is Flagging

In case you missed it, June 14 was Flag Day. Don't feel too badly because it's one of those official events that few Americans know or care about and even fewer celebrate. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Joining The Political Circus Is No, Uh, Circus!

I don't envy politicians - any elected official. First of all, it's the most "damned if you do, damned if you don't" job in the world. More...

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