April 17, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

2ND SHOOTING SUSPECT NABBED

Detectives from the 69th Precinct last week arrested a second suspect in the shooting of a 16-year-old student just outside the playground at John Wilson Intermediate School 211 on March 28. More...

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Students Send Cards With Love To Hospice Patients

There is nothing greater than the gift of giving and second and third graders of P.S. 222's The After-School Corporation (TASC) program learned that lesson a few weeks ago while making beautiful get-well cards for people in hospice care. More...

Park Restoration To Be Unveiled At June Ceremony

The long-awaited ribbon cutting of Phase One of Canarsie Park's restoration has been set for June 7, according to Fred Wilken, a city Parks and Rec-reation Department representative who was the featured guest speaker at this month's meeting More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: If the Chinese government doesn't curtail its violence against the people of Tibet, should President Bush attend this summer's opening Olympic ceremonies in Beijing? Why? More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Congestion Pricing Demise Has Distinct Silver Lining

After the news spread last week of the demise of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's traffic and pollution reduction plan, I imagined most of the Brooklyn delegation, and others who strongly opposed the congestion pricing legislation, erupted in app More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Papal Trips: The Message Of Peace Is The Same

The Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, is presently in the nation's Capitol and will be in New York tomorrow and through the weekend. While here, he is expected to say Mass at St. More...

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Volunteers Plant Thousands Of Trees In Local Park

In conjunction with Earth Day next Tuesday, more than 250 New York Cares volunteers planted thousands of tree saplings in Monroe Cohen Park last Saturday. More...

Paerdegat Club Disputes "Deplorable" Charges

New York City Comptroller William Thompson last week blasted Canarsie's Paerdegat Athletic Club and cited the city-owned facility for having multiple "dangerous" conditions requiring immediate resolve. More...

Marine Park Resident Seeks Kidney Donor

Lifelong Marine Park resident Frank Guariglia is in need of a kidney donor. As a result of a degenerative kidney disease, this once energetic 41-year-old New York City schoolteacher is in dire need of a kidney for transplant. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

New State Budget Is Good News For New York City

Last week, State leaders approved a new budget - one that helps pay for the essential services all of us rely on. More...

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