March 29, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

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Knights Drub Vikings 14-1 In SSHS Lacrosse Debut

The oldest team sport in North America was played for the first time at South Shore High School Tuesday afternoon as the Vikings hosted the Madison High School Knights. More...

Planned Canarsie Plaza To Transform Remsen Warehouse Site

At its monthly meeting last week, Community Board 18 approved plans for a $65 million dollar shopping center, to be called Canarsie Plaza, at 8925 Avenue D near Remsen Avenue. More...

Two Restaurants Cited For Violations Are Open For Business

Representatives from two local eateries that had been reported closed by the Health Department last week because of violations told the Canarsie Courier this week that, in one case, the closure was because of a faulty gas pipe and, in the oth More...

Letters/Opinion

Letters To The Editor

Suffering Sudan

Editor: Most people take some basic rights we have for granted, like freedom of speech and freedom of expression. Knowing that other countries are suffering, we as a nation would not come together to help the less fortunate. More...

What's Your Opinion?

Question: In light of the current recall of cat and dog food because of possible contaminants, what cautionary steps are you taking in feeding your pet? More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

New Home For NYPD's Mounted Unit

With spring finally here, many of us are starting to come out of hibernation and head outdoors to enjoy the largest and best municipal park system in the nation. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Living Out Of The Well

Up until about the year 1918, folks living here at the time didn't have water supplied by the city and depended on a hand pump to bring water up from the ground. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Firefighters Battle Two E. 80s Fires; 9 Hurt

Two devastating house fires in the East 80s kept firefighters busy last week and weekend, with nine of New York's Bravest being injured while trying to quell one of the blazes. More...

Crime Stoppers Offers Reward For Finding Killer

Police and Crime Stoppers have offered a reward of $2,000 in cash for information leading to the arrest and indictment of whoever was responsible for the death of Ainsley Duncan, who was shot and killed on Friday, March 9 at 8:30 p.m. More...

Manslaughter Indictment In Death Of Jet Skier

In a precedent-breaking case, a Brooklyn grand jury last week indicted a 17-year-old jet-skier on a charge of manslaughter in the death of another jet-skier, Paul Zaccaria, also 17, last summer in Mill Basin. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Wood Or Metal Debate Drives Both Sides Batty!

Spring has sprung. The last blast of winter - if Mother Nature cooperates - should be behind us. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

For Two Years We Had A Timely Budget, But...

For 20 years - straight - the New York State budget was late. More...

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