July 5, 2007 RSS feed / Other News

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...

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...

69th Pct. C.O. Honors June's Outstanding Police Officers

Captain Ralph Monteforte, commanding officer of the 69th Precinct, honored several outstanding officers at last month's Community Council meeting. More...

Pet Of The Week

Sam (A714706) is a timid little Yorkie mix who was given up due to landlord restrictions. Sweet Sam would do best in a loving home with adults or older children. 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...

Area Students Named To University Deans' Lists

Universities and colleges around the nation send us names of local students who have recently made the Dean' or Hionior's lists. More...

Kruger Says Improved Transit Plan Needed To Implement Congestion Pricing

New York City cannot possibly institute congestion pricing without a cohesive mass transit plan in place, State Senator Carl Kruger said last week. More...

Kreyolfest Celebrates Haitian Culture

This past Saturday at Wingate Park, over twenty-thousand people showed up to celebrate the Seventh Annual Kreyolfest, a day-long festival of music, dance, and cuisine to celebrate Haitian Culture. More...

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