January 18, 2007 RSS feed / Other News

Student Volunteers Help Stage Pet Adoption Event At C.H.S.

Due to the special concern of ten compassionate Canarsie High School students, a pet adoption event, sponsored by Animal Care and Control of New York City (AC&C) was held at the secondary school last Saturday. More...

Parents Need To Monitor What Kids Do After School

(NAPSA)-The right after-school activities may help your child do better during the school day. Yet research shows most teens go straight from the classroom to the TV room. More...

Penny-Pinching Pays Off

Public School 115's Penny Patrol was justly rewarded for it's hard work during last month's Penny Harvest collection, under the capable and enthusiastic guidance of teacher Abby Fuchs, in which they collected about $2,000 worth of pennies that More...

Donors Needed As Local Supplies Are Dangerously Low

Brooklyn, Staten Island Blood Ser-vices (BSI), a division of the New York Blood Center (NYBC), recently announced that the supply of blood has reached an emergency level following the holiday period. More...

Guest Column

Snow Season - This Winter's Guessing Game

While meteorological satellites have made short-term weather forecasting an extremely reliable science, meteorology still has a long way to go to accurately predict seasons. More...

Pet Of The Week

Meow! Meet dear little Willow (A691242). She's a petite grey tabby cat in need of a new home after her owner's landlord said "NO pets!" Willow is a gentle girl and loves to be petted. More...

Ex-Canarsie H.S. Principal Resigns School Post Following An Inquiry

A former, popular Canarsie High School principal abruptly retired last week from his schools superintendent position, according to Department of Education officials, after it was discovered he allegedly had an affair with a subordinate. More...

COUNSELING CORNER

Don't Let Your Temper Get The Best Of You

We don't plan to be angry, it just happens. For most of us, fortunately, anger isn't a major problem. More...

Fidler And Maisel Criticize DOE For Losing Local High Schools

At last week's United Canarsie South Civic Association meeting, City Councilman Lew Fidler and Assemblyman Alan Maisel discussed how the closing of South Shore and Tilden high schools will affect the future of the community. More...

HES Winter Festival Delights Local Children Once Again

Scores of children and their parents enjoyed a special day last Sunday at the Hebrew Educational Society's annual Children's Winter Festival. More...

Israeli POW Recalls His Ordeal

Former Israeli prisoner of war Amnon Sharon recalls how his Syrian captors put a gun to his head on several occasions during his eight-months of imprisonment and torture before he was liberated in 1974. More...

Bikers Honored For Israeli Charity Ride

Eight cyclists from Chicago, Brooklyn and Queens, were honored at a Kingsborough Community College ceremony on Tuesday for their contributions to a hospital for Palestinian and Israeli children in Jerusalem. More...

This Week In Canarsie...1990

Two crime stories were featured about New York City Housing complexes in Canarsie - BayView and Breukelen. More...

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