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PS/IS 66 Holiday Concert Warms A Wintry Evening

PS/IS 66 held its annual Winter Concert holiday spectacular last week that featured performances from the school's first ever orchestra, in addition to offerings from its chorus, dancers, drum ensemble and pianists. More...

P.S. 115 Students Learn Special Skills On Annual Frost Valley Trip

For the third consecutive year, a group of P.S. More...

Letters/Opinion

You Can Count On Us!

Dear Ms. Rosa: On behalf of our board, our staff and our clients, we would like to thank you for your generous support of the Memory Walk 2007. More...

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Once again there's debate over the ban on nativity scenes in public school classrooms, while it is permissible to show symbols designated as non-religious, such as christmas trees, the islamic star, crescent and chanukah menorahs. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Local Carolers Make The Holidays Seem Better This Year

Last Friday was the first time within recent memory that Christmas carolers visited our office. Thanks to the leadership and good graces of Pastor Christoph Schulze of St. More...

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Other News

One Nabbed, Three Escape In Street Robbery Try

Three men who attempted to rob an East 103rd Street resident at gunpoint on Wednesday, December 12 got away, but police from the 69th Precinct were able to arrest a fourth man just moments after the incident, according to NYPD sources. More...

Another Street Robbery - But This Was Not An Attempt

Another armed robbery, similar to the attempted theft on East 103rd Street last week, occurred last Monday at 2:45 a.m., police said, when a 24-year-old resident of East 82nd Street was accosted by a gun-wielding bandit. More...

Couple's Holiday Saddened As Cops Probe Infant's Death

The greatest fears of new parents were realized when the mother and father of a six-week-old girl awoke last Thursday morning and found the infant in bed but not breathing. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Mitchell Report Bares Baseball's Rage For 'Roids

With the coldest season appraoching, baseball last week embarked on what's sure to be a bitter winter of discontent. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Making Public Education Work

Last week, I traveled to China and Bali to speak to leaders of other major cities on two subjects vital to New York's future: climate change and economic competitiveness. More...

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