December 6, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

COPS NAB FIVE AT CRIME SCENE

Five suspects who apparently decided they'd get together Tuesday and burglarize a house on East 105th Street in the Seaview Village section were caught and arrested within minutes after they were seen trying to break into the house, police s More...

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RN Offers "Superbug" Prevention Tips At Local Civic Meeting

Even though the MRSA 'superbug' scare is no longer in the headlines, local activist Josephine Bolus, who is a registered nurse, made a presentation on proper hygiene at last month's 69th Precinct Community Council meeting at St. More...

Sampson Hosts Forum On Foreclosure Dilemma

You could see the troubled looks on the faces of the 25-or-so people who attended a meeting last week hosted by State Senator John Sampson, with Assemblyman Alan Maisel, as they ad-dressed the problems of foreclosures and predatory lending i More...

Sports

Chiefs Snowed Under By Warriors In PSAL Grid Finale

After coming from behind to win several games during the regular season, the Canarsie Chiefs found themselves in the enviable position of two-point lead going into the fourth quarter in Sunday's PSAL football championship game at Midwood Fie More...

Local High School Players Named Pigskin All-Stars

Several Canarsie High School players and one South Shore High School varsity football player were named to the 2007 Daily News High School All-Star team. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

All About Foreclosures, Doublethink & Greed

"New York Housing Market Rebounds In October!" blasted the headline on last month's newsletter from the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR). More...

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Eight-Day Festival Of Lights Begins

As the sun set over Brooklyn Tues-day evening Bo-rough President Marty Markowitz joined Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin in lighting the giant Rabbi Jacob J. Hecht Men-orah in Borough Hall Plaza for the first of eight days of Chanukah. More...

Report Finds Violence Declines In City Schools

Fighting decreased by 20% in New York City schools between 2003 and 2005, according to a new report from the Health Department, but dating violence is on the rise. More...

Cops Arrest Suspect In Through-The-Legs Shooting

Officers from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad arrested a suspect in the shooting of an East 94th Street resident that took place last Halloween. The victim was shot in both legs by a single bullet, detectives said. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

No Holiday Gift This Year For Part-Time Legislators

The New York City Council was at it again; they must think we're idiots! Twice in recent years, voters rejected extending term limits beyond eight years for its own members and other city elected offices, but recently, More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Fighting Hunger And Malnutrition In Our City

There's just no room for hunger or malnutrition in the world's greatest city. That's why every day, faith-based organizations, community groups, and men and women of good will all work hard to relieve hunger in New York. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

"Ringolevio!" Was The War Cry Growing Up In Old Canarsie

Before the First World War, one of the games kids liked to play was Ringolevio. In front of Grace Church on East 92nd Street and Church Lane each weekday night we formed a big ring with maybe 10 or 12 on each side. More...

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