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Noise Violations Here Lead To Stern Measures, If Necessary

When the commanding officer of the 69th Precinct heard that the local area had racked up a long list of noise complaints so far this summer, his first reaction was a form of disbelief. How could this be? More...

"Seaman" Senator Kruger Checks Out Navigation Problems In Mill Basin Inlet

With a representative of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and a host of Coast Guardsmen, State Senator Carl Kruger last week took a tour of the Mill Basin inlet aboard a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers boat. More...

Robotrain Project Suspended; Fidler Blasts "Boondoggle"

City Councilman Lew Fidler (D-Brooklyn), one of the Council's leading and longest critics of the MTA's "Robotrain" project hailed the MTA's decision to suspend the program saying that "It's a decision that is hundreds of millions of dollars ov More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Rock & Roll Survives The Decline Of Album Sales

Since rock and roll became the dominant pop music force over fifty years ago, its production format has changed several times. Now, Internet downloading is drastically shifting the way the music is acquired. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

If You Don't Spell Right, You Don't Get Anti-Terror Funding

Well. we got our money. Good ol' Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff finally came through with that all-important "terror funding" for New York. I'll say it was a tough fight, but.... Now, wait a minute. Chertoff.... More...

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Sun Rises For 11th Year On Health Care Center

Administrators from the Sunrise Adult Day Health Care Center at 9517 Avenue J agreed that the time went by so fast, they didn't even realize that the 11th anniversary of their facility was at hand. More...

Canarsie Councilman In The Race For Borough President

Stating that he would tackle affordable housing, police misconduct, health problems and race relations if he is elected borough president, City Councilman Charles Barron, whose district covers parts of Canarsie , officially announced his candi More...

COUNSELING CORNER

Reducing The Anxiety Of Mid-Life Dating

When we think of dating, it's usually teens and twenty-somethings that come to mind. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

question: In another move to make roads safer, an Albany legislator has proposed an amendment to the bill prohibiting talking on hand-held cell phones that would also make it illegal to type, send or read text messages while driving. More...

Sports

Cricket League Roundup: Brooklyn Teams Compete

Brooklyn League VS New York Under-25 Brooklyn Cricket League thrashed the New York under-25 team by 147 runs when the second round of the Ed Ahmad inter-league championship got underway at the Seaview and East 108th Street crick More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

New Crime Lab Will Help Us Catch More Criminals

If you've ever seen the television shows Law & Order or C.S.I , you know that one of the most powerful crime-solving tools we have is forensic DNA testing. More...

This Week In Canarsie

This Week in Canarsie...

Canarsiens had a busy week with tons of news 21 years ago. A female housing authority police officer was shot and killed in front of her 8-year-old son by her estranged husband in Starrett City. More...

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