May 17, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

HOME INVASION ON EAST 98TH STREET

By Charles Rogers Three men wearing bandanas over their faces burst into a private home on East 98th Street early Sunday and, after questioning the woman in an attempt to find a man named "L", ransacked the house and escaped with a numbe More...

Other News

P.S. 115 Students Continue A Unique Odyssey

For the second year in a row, a team of students from P.S. 115 will attend the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals competition in Michigan later this month. Four years ago, P.S. More...

Starrett City Tenants Pack Hearing On Sale Bid

By Neil S. More...

Man Shot In Face Two Weeks Ago Dies In Hospital: Police

The man who was shot in the face by an unknown assailant two weeks ago died eight days after being taken to the hospital, police said. More...

Sports

Signing On For Lone Star State

Canarsie High School track star J'Amor Hercules last week signed a letter of intent for a full scholarship to the University of North Texas. After signing, the runner remarked, "This feels good. More...

Second Round Of Mayor's Cup Cricket Held At Canarsie Park

The Mayor's Cup Cricket Tournament continued last Saturday at the cricket fields in Canarsie Park, where the two emerging teams from the American Cricket League and the Brooklyn Cricket League battled for semifinal positions as the knockout More...

Knights Shut Out Voltage 5-0 In Season Opener

With two goals, Ricky Charles led the Brooklyn Knights to a 5-0 win over the visiting Vermont Voltage on Saturday night in their debut at Aviator Field, which is part of Floyd Bennett Field in Gateway National Park. More...

Little Old Canarsie

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Having Fun At P.S. 114 And P.S. 115

In the early 1900's, in Little Old Canarse, we had two public schools, P.S. 115 at East 92nd Street and Avenue M, with Miss Katherine Callahan as Principal and the other at School Lane, what was to be known in later years as Remsen Avenue. More...

Special Sections

Letters/Opinion

Letters To The Editor

Reunion Kudos Editor:

I want to thank Neil Friedman for his assistance in helping me find and reunite classmates from the Canarsie High School Class of 1967. As the school's first graduating class, we feel very special for the entire time we spent there. More...

Neighborhood News

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Question: The average food stamp allotment for one person is said to be about $28 per week. Could you live on that amount - and for how long? More...

Arts & Entertainment

Sean Paul's Top IRAWMA Awards Winner

Dance hall sensation Sean Paul (above) picked up a record six awards during the 26th International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA) earlier this month at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. More...

Honored Kutztown Festival Set To Kick Off Next Month

Nine days of wholesome family fun with a distinctive Pennsylvania Dutch flavor awaits visitors at the Kutztown Festival June 30 - July 8, 2007 at the Kutztown Fairgrounds. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Can The Rocket Launch Yankees Back To World Series?

All the pre-season chatter about cutting payroll and signs of getting a younger roster vanished from Yankee Stadium in the instant Roger Clemens unexpectedly announced that he had just signed a deal to return to the Bombers' pitching rot More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Promises Made, Promises Kept

Checking in with parents is important - and it's one of the things our Administration is doing to help improve the public schools. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

It's Been Over Four Years And I'm Getting Impatient

Well, we wanted Iraq to emulate our form of government. More...

This Week In Canarsie

Pet Of The Week

Meow! My name is Mina (A708353). I'm a friendly, talkative little black & white female cat. I'm just about a year old and though I may have a big mouth, I promise I will keep all your secrets if you take me home and love me! More...

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