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Emergency Repairs Lead To Canarsie Library Makeover

When the Canarsie Library reopens in the fall, a new chapter will begin for its visitors. Due to emergency repairs, following a partial ceiling collapse last March, the library is undergoing a modernization with an array of new amenities. More...

Retiring Little League Director Honored At All Star Game

The day after baseball greats Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in upstate Cooperstown, the 69th Precinct Com-munity Council Little League honored one of its own legends who announced his retirement after More...

Subway Report Card Ranks L Line Second To 1

It's wonderful to be first, particularly when you're No. 1. And it's an L of a feat to be ranked second out of twenty-two. In case you haven't realized it yet, we're talking subways. More...

Sports

American Cricket League Wins By Wicket At Canarsie Park

The American Cricket League stole a nail-biter from the Brooklyn Cricket League, when they beat them by one wicket at Canarsie Park on Saturday. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Barron's Bigotry Makes Him Unworthy Of BP Post

As the 2008 presidential race plods along, some political analysts have pondered whether the country is ready for a woman (Sen. Hillary Clinton) president and whether a black man (Sen. Barack Obama) could be elected president? More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Dad Tried To Tell Me Heroes Are Real....Not Any More

What the hell is going on? Our heroes are either deserting us or they've been found out to be frauds - non-heroes - phonies. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Parks Dept. Chief Kicks Off Tour Of Jamaica Bay At Sebago Canoe Club

In an effort to survey and collect information about the bodies of water surrounding the city, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrien Benepe last week took a water tour of the southern shore section. More...

Unidentified Dead Man Found In Car In E. New York

Police from the 75th Precinct swarm over parked car (right) as they check for traces of anything unusual after dead body of un-identified man was found in it on Elton Street near Stanley Avenue in East New York at about noon on Friday, July More...

Shooter Fires, But Misses Man During Argument On E. 82nd St.

A 36-year-old East 82nd Street resident can count his blessings after a man with a gun took some shots at him last week. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

question: Legislation has been proposed to ban the use of plastic bags by supermarkets and other stores because of their danger to the environment. More...

Turn Down The Noise!

Dear Editor, Last night, July 25,2007 a concert was given in the park near 2065 Rockaway Parkway. It was loud and disturbing and certainly a quality of life issue.For two hours they praised the Lord with their loud music. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Business Improvement Districts Help Spur Growth Across City

Five years ago, we reorganized our Department of Small Business Services to help make City government more responsive to the neighborhood businesses that form the backbone of our communities. More...

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