July 19, 2007 RSS feed / Other News

New Officers Elected At CEC 18 Meeting

Newly elected CEC 18 officers conduct Monday evening meeting. More...

City's Congestion Pricing Plan Detoured By State Lawmakers

State lawmakers adjourned a special session on Monday without voting on Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to reduce weekday traffic in Man-hattan. More...

PBS Invites WWII Vets To Submit Video Interviews & War Stories

The Second World War left America a legacy of stories. The men and women who served in World War II or lived through it on the home front were forever transformed, and their experiences are our nation's most vital history. More...

Diversity Marks First MedCare's Annual Family Health Fair

The side yard of First MedCare at 8707 Flatlands Avenue was crowded last Sunday as the health care facility held its Annual Family Health Fair. More...

A Suicide Attempt Goes Awry; But All's Well That Ends Well

Leaving a suicide note that explained he thought he was "a loser," a 23-year-old East 94th Street man tried to kill himself here last week, police said. It was 11:15 p.m. More...

Six Hurt In Crash With Cops

Police prepare to return SUV to upright position after it was knocked on its side in collision with NYPD patrol car Saturday afternoon at the corner of East 92nd Street and Farragut Road. More...

Canarsie's Lanes & Alleys Are Part Of Local History

The following is Part Two of a feature about the community's various lanes and alleys. Part One appeared in last week's issue (July 12) and may also be read on our Web site at www.canarsiecourier.com. More...

House Passes Act To Protect Police Officers & Others On Web

The House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation last week authored by Rep. More...

Beating The Heat On Play Street

Local youngsters are shown cooling off as the Police Athletic League (PAL) kicked off the official start of the Summer Play Street Program around the city last week. More...

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