September 6, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

VICTIM SHOT DURING ATTEMPTED ROBBERY

A 21-year-old Canarsie resident was shot in the right leg during an attempted robbery last Saturday evening in front of his house, he told police. More...

Top Stories

Teen Arrested In Shooting Report Hoax

Emergency Service Unit police last Friday joined with 69th Precinct officers and detectives as they converged on East 91st Street, between Avenue J and Flatlands Avenue, responding to a report that there had been a shooting. More...

She Tells Taxi Commission Of Bad Cabbies And Gets Results

Ms. Cecelia De Freitas of Ralph Avenue has officially voiced a series of complaints to the Taxi & Limousine Commission (TLC) that seems to echo the charges of many other Brooklynites: Solicitation on the street by roving private taxis. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Some people object to allowing former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani speak at this year's 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony because he is a GOP presidential candidate and merely using the event to spotlight his campaign. More...

Thanks For The Response

Dear Editor: Thank you - Thank you - Thank you. I want to thank you for printing my response to a letter you printed about the so-called noise in BayView Houses (Courier 8/9/07) when we had the NYCHA Senior Choir. More...

Kudos From Kingsbrook

Dear Ms. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

GOP Drops Senator Faster Than A Baked Idaho Potato

Years from now, when former Senator Larry Craig is sitting around reminiscing about his career with his grandchildren, he'll probably overlook the time when he almost got caught with his pants down - engaging in attempted sexual misconduc More...

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Other News

More Than A Million Attend 40th West Indian Day Parade

An estimated million-plus revelers participated in or watched Monday's annual West Indian American Day Parade along Eastern Parkway. More...

Meeting Addresses Maintaining Affordable Rents At Starrett City

Hundreds of residents, elected officials and members of the clergy attended a meeting last night to determine what can be done to preserve affordable rents if the Starrett City's current owners opt out of the federally-subsidized Mitchell More...

Dunkin' Donuts Thieves Could Be Pair Sought In Robbery Spree

The two men highlighted in an article in the Canarsie Courier last week after they allegedly robbed a Dunkin' Donuts on Rockaway Parkway, stealing approximately $500 from two cash registers are apparently wanted in other parts of Brooklyn for More...

Sports

Cavaliers, Grenada Advance In Marine Park Cricket Playoffs

The Cavaliers had an early Labor Day celebration when they thrashed Travel Treat by six wickets before the scheduled cutoff at Marine Park 'C' on Sunday. More...

Bklyn. Cyclones Playoff Tickets Are Now On Sale

Brooklyn Cyclones tickets for the 2007 New York-Penn League Playoffs are now on sale. More...

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULES

Canarsie Chiefs September 8at Dewitt Clinton, Noon September 15at Madison, Noon September 23vs. Port Richmond, Noon September 29vs. Christopher Columbus, Noon October 5vs. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Fidler Plays Wisely While Congestion Panel Could Burn

Now that the City Council, Governor Eliot Spitzer, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and State Senate Leader Joseph Bruno, and others, have chosen a 17-member commission to study the proposed congestion pricing plan, More...

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