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National Dance Institute Youths Perform At P.S. 235

Dancers from P.S. 235 perform for schoolmates. Laura Garland More...

BP Markowitz Hosts Historic Caribbean Heritage Festivities

Borough President Marty Markowitz joined the Caribbean Heritage Event Planning Committee and members of Brooklyn's Caribbean community, including civic leaders, dignitaries, authors, artists, and others at Borough Hall last week for a full day More...

Bklyn. DA's Satellite Office Here To Help Area Residents

Since 2003, officials with the Brooklyn district attorney's office searched for a satellite location in Canarsie, which was easily accessible to the community. More...

Sports

Guyanese Team Defeat Of NY Youths Tops Cricket Weekend

By Marcus Bethel Guyana VS New York Youths A star-studdered Guyanese team defeated the New York Youths by 58 runs as the first round of the Ed Ahmad Caribbean Cup Twenty20 cricket competition kicked off at the historical Floyd Benn More...

Through The Ropes

By Josh Stewart

Could Triple H's return come at a better time? Certainly not as far as anyone at WWE is concerned. More...

Brooklyn Knights Edge Division- Leading Cape Cod Crusaders, 3-2

The Knights took one step closer to claiming the top spot in their division, beating the previously undefeated Cape Cod Crusaders 3-2 at Aviator Field Saturday night. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Good Reasons For Celebration: Then And Now

Hope you had a nice Fourth of July holiday. More...

What's your opinion?

Question: Revamped and stricter noise restrictions went into effect citywide Sunday night. Fines will be issued for such complaints as excessive dog barking, loud bars and clubs, ear-splitting construction and Mister Softee music. More...

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P.S. 114 Students Express Gratitude For Courier's Help On Centennial Project

Earlier this year, I received a letter from Elaine Rowe, a fifth grade teacher at Public School 114. More...

Revised Noise Code May Let City Sleep A Little Sounder

By Neil S. Friedman The city that never sleeps may be able to sleep a little sounder from now on since the city instituted new noise reduction regulations that went into effect last Sunday. More...

LIGHTNING BOLT LIGHTS UP THE SKY

Streak of lightning fills the night sky during fierce thunderstorms that passed through the city causing a 48-minute blackout that affected residents in Manhattan and The Bronx, in addition to tens of thousands of subway commuters, on June 27. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Feds Must Clear The Air For Ground Zero Health Problems

You didn't have to be a health expert to suspect the air quality around Ground Zero after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks was tainted with toxic elements from the toppled buildings. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

School Reforms Starting To Show Results

June 21 may be the official beginning of summer, but for most New York City children, summer really started this past Wednesday - the end of the academic year for our public schools. More...

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