September 28, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

2 HOME INVASION SUSPECTS ARRESTED

Two weeks after arresting a teenage relative of two home invasion and assault victims, police from the 69th Precinct last week arrested the second of three men in connection with the September 6th incident in a house on Flatlands 3rd Street. More...

Top Stories

Funds Secured For Security Cameras At Glenwood Houses

City Councilman Lew Fidler announced at last week's Community Board 18 meeting that security cameras will be installed in and around every building to help improve the quality of life in the Glenwood Houses. More...

New Community Bd. 18 Home Set To Debut In 2009

After years of anticipation, Com-munity Board 18 will finally have its own office space at Ralph and Bergen avenues, the Department of Environ-mental Protection (DEP) officials an-nounced at last week's monthly meeting. More...

Footbrawl Game Ends In Forfeits For Chiefs & Pirates

The Canarsie Chiefs went from 2-0 to 2-2 following a short-lived bench clearing, third quarter brawl with the Tottenville Pirates last Friday afternoon that resulted in the forfeiture of the game for both squads. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Free Art Exhibitions At Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) invites the public to enjoy three, free, acclaimed exhibitions - The Negro Baseball Leagues & Memories of a Childhood in Brooklyn, WAKE, and Mapping Memory - on view at Central Library, at Grand Army Plaza, October 3 thr More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Increasing Opportunity And Reducing Poverty

So far this year, unemployment in our city is the lowest it's been since 1988, and fewer city residents are on welfare than at any time since 1964. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Exhibit Shows Humane Work Of Doctors Without Borders

An estimated 33 million people around the world have been displaced due to wars and natural disasters, not knowing where to turn for food, water, shelter or medical assistance. More...

Police Search For Suspects In Beverage Distributor Heist

Charles Rogers More...

Photo

The driver of this 1988 BMW told police he was forced into this precarious position Sunday evening when a speeding car forced him onto the divider on Seaview Avenue near East 98th Street. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: Now that the Mets and Yankees have clinched their respective divisions and headed for the post season, do you think either team will be in the World Series?

"Definitely, I think they'll both make it. I'm a diehard New York fan. I always want New York teams to win, to be on top. And both teams have been at or near the top all year." Elliot Sternberg, Long Island More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Ignoring Detainees' Rights Only Reduces Our Humanity

When the White House conceded to GOP Senators last week over rules to grant suspected terrorists imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay the right to challenge their detentions in court, it was, regrettably, more of a token action for political gain than one of More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

How About Some Of That Grant Money For Us?

Recently, the New York Daily News did an excellent feature article on how big corporations masqueraded as small businesses so they could get federal grant money for being victims of the World Trade Center attacks. More...

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