October 5, 2006 RSS feed / Other News

After Years Of Inconvenience, Weekend L Service Is Restored

Good news for L train riders has been few and far between in recent years, but they got a little relief last week when the New York City Transit Authority announced upgraded signal work on the 14th Street-Canarsie line had been completed and normal w More...

We'll Be Closed Columbus Day

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed on Monday, October 9 in observance of Columbus Day. All advertising and editorial copy should be submitted as early as possible for insertion in our October 12 issue. More...

Gun Charge For Man Who Shot At His Son During Argument

A 46-year-old resident of East 88th Street was arrested on an attempted assault charge Tuesday after he fired a handgun at his 19-year-old son during an argument. The son was not hit. More...

American Legion Posts Honor Their Departed Comrades

Mill Basin's Floyd Bennett Post 1060 last weekend hosted a ceremony honoring the departed members of their post and the legion's Flatlands Post 391. More...

Pet Of The Week

Meet Kelis (A673868), a young beauty with stunning eyes of green that wants nothing more than a scratch behind the ear, a sunny window or a spot next to you on your sofa. She will be forever grateful! More...

Architect Center Exhibit To Feature Remsen Avenue Project Design

The Center for Architecture (536 LaGuardia Place in Manhattan) will open More...

Man Hurt During E. 86th St. Robbery

One man was injured Tuesday after-noon when a catering supply house on East 86th Street near Foster Avenue was robbed at gunpoint, po-lice said. More...

Two Arrested For Fighting With Heavy Chains

Two men working in a private business on Foster Avenue on Wed-nesday, September 27 were arrested on assault charges after they got into a fight and struck each other with metal chains, police sources said. More...

P.S. 276 Family Services Fair Enlightens Young And Old

The Family Accountability Team of P.S. More...

Police Looking For "Group" Of Men Seen Fleeing Murder Site

Detectives from the 67th Precinct are looking for a group of men seen fleeing the scene of a homicide that occurred on Wednesday evening, September 27 at a home on East 94th Street north of Canarsie. More...

Another Crash At Bad Intersection

Police and other emergency service personnel investigate scene of accident that occurred at about 11:45 p.m. Sunday. More...

Legislator Sponsors Local Mammogram Screenings

State Senator John Sampson recently sponsored mammogram screenings by the Italian-American Cancer Foundation. Sampson is shown with facility aide - "navigator" Lorraine Greene in front of elaborate mobile bus outfitted to serve the community. More...

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