March 20, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

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Civic Meeting Addresses Opposition To 52-Foot Cell Tower

Can you hear me now? That's what some angered residents at this month's United Canarsie South Civic Associ-ation meeting wanted to know. More...

St. Patrick's Day Celebrated At Annual Borough Hall Breakfast

The Brooklyn Borough President's office hosted the sixth annual St. More...

Poison Prevention Week Prompts Reminder From Health Dept.

Common household products such as perfume or mouthwash are the source of about one in four poisonings in children under five in New York City. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: A queens city councilman has suggested that drivers should get free parking at street meters and municipal lots for buying hybrid cars? Do you agree or disagree? Why? More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Congestion Pricing, Residential Parking Should Be Priorities

State leaders are putting the turmoil of the past week behind them, and turning to the big issues they face. More...

Special Sections

Other News

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL!

The publishers and staff of the Canarsie Courier wish our readers, advertisers and the community a healthy, happy Easter weekend. The Courier office will be closed tomorrow, Good Friday and reopen at 9 a.m. on Monday, March 24. More...

Suspect With Knife Caught After School Melee

After quelling a melee by groups of youths near the intersection of East 82nd Street and Flatlands Avenue last Thursday, March 13, police from the 69th Precinct chased three of the fighters and caught one of them who allegedly had a knife. More...

Crime Stoppers Offers Rewards In Two Local Cases

Crime Stoppers, in conjunction with the NYPD, has authorized substantial rewards for information leading to convictions for two felonies that occur-red in the local area a year ago - one an assault and the other a murder. More...

Business & Finance

Fillmore Avenue L's Mentees Make The Grade

F or a number of years, Fillmore Avenue L's Mentor Program has provided new agents with the necessary tools needed to succeed in the real estate business. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

"Sheriff" Run Out Of Town By His Own Moral Arrogance

Former Governor Eliot Spitzer, in the final undertaking of his abbreviated term in office, had little choice - with escalating political and public pressure - but to resign last week just 48 hours after federal court documents tied him t More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

There's Nothing Like A "Feel Good" Letter From The IRS

I'll bet you didn't get your letter yet. Well, I did. More...

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