February 22, 2007 RSS feed / Other News

City Official Explains Illegal Conversions At Civic Meeting

John Gallagher, a code and zoning specialist from the city's Department of Buildings addressed the basics of how to determine if a private home or a building has an illegal conversion and how to solve it at last week's United Canarsie South More...

Pet Of The Week

Licca (A695388) is a beautiful gold Cocker Spaniel. She's a bit shy and scared at the shelter, but she will flourish in a quiet, adult home. She's only two years old, spayed, and ready for her fur-ever home! Please give Licca a chance! More...

Student Recital Continues HES' Music School Tradition

According to officials at the Hebrew Educational Society, the Music School at the facility has been in operation for more than 90 years and it's "booming now more than ever." In a recital held on February 11, the students' hard work certainly More...

HUD Boss Says Decision On Starrett City Sale Due In Two Weeks

The $1.3 billion sale of the nation's largest federally subsidized rental housing complex has quickly aroused government scrutiny. The mayor has called it problematic. More...

COUNSELING CORNER

Can Online Counseling Be Trusted?

We all know that working in person with a qualified counseling professional can offer help in a variety of areas. But is it possible to get the same results from that computer sitting there on your desk? More...

Youths Meet For "Precious" Rally At St. Jude's

The Canarsie Catholic Cluster, which includes Holy Family, Our Lady of Miracles and the Shrine of St. Jude parishes, last Sunday presented a youth rally from 4 to 8 p.m. More...

JCCC Honors Congressman Rangel

Rabbi Avrohom Hecht, right, executive director of the Jewish Community Council of Canarsie recently officiated at a breakfast honoring Congressman Charles Rangel, left, chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee. More...

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