July 12, 2007 RSS feed / Other News

Canarsie Remained Calm In Great Blackout Of '77

Tomorrow marks the 30th anniversary of The Great Blackout of 1977. More...

No Clear Reason Why Jamaica Bay Is Vanishing

DEEPTI HAJELA Associated Press Writer The scene from Dan Mundy's living room window is worlds away from the normal urban views of New York City. More...

Stiff Penalties For Hydrant Abuse

The New York city Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), reminded New Yorkers this week that the unauthorized opening of fire hydrants is illegal. More...

E. 99th Street Resident Escapes From Home Invader

An East 99th Street resident who was home alone in her kitchen narrowly escaped from a would-be thief who calmly walked through the open front door to her apartment and tried to rob her at gunpoint, police said. More...

Too Hot For You? Here Are Some Local Cooling Centers

When high heat and humidity returns, the city's Office of Emergency Management (OEM) will reopen cooling centers in all five boroughs, including three in the Canarsie area (see locations below.). More...

Pet Of The Week

Bring a little "Joy" (A714535) into your life. Joy is a 3-year-old, spayed black and white cat who found herself homeless when her owner died. She is a sweet girl, but scared at the shelter and needs a loving home ASAP. More...

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