June 5, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

SIX ROBBERY SUSPECTS NABBED

Sometimes you just have to admit that providence guides our fortunes. If destiny says you're going to get caught after committing a crime, so be it. More...

Top Stories

Kingsbrook Hosts Brain Injury Awareness Event For Students

With warmer weather approaching, more children will be riding their bikes. More...

P.S. 115 Honored With Esteemed Lincoln Center Award

Public School 115 was one of two New York City public schools that received Lincoln Center Institute's Imagination Award during daylong festivities on May 28. More...

River Manor Car Show Brings Back Memories

As residents of River Manor Care Center basked in the noonday sun last week, members of the Antique Automobile Association of Brooklyn took them back in time to when the vehicles they drove were "something special." Joe Lipton, spokes More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Newspaper Circulation Drop Fueled By Changing Culture

"The greatest danger to the future of newspapers is not a hostile administration in Washington, not the acid rain of criticism, not a new technology. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Ensuring Fire Safety For All New Yorkers

As the father of two daughters, I know how much parents worry about the safety of their children. Sometimes it's all we can think about. Many of the terrible scenarios that flood our imaginations are things completely out of our control. More...

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Other News

Marine Park Hosts A Concert & Schools Showcase

Marine Park was a hotbed of activity on Tuesday with two entertaining events sponsored by Millennium Development Corporation, in conjunction with City Councilman Lew Fidler. More...

Agreement Reached To Keep Starrett City Affordable

A collective sigh of relief swelled into a roar of approval and applause from the crowd gathered in Starrett City on Monday as Senator Charles Schumer and Governor David Paterson announced that the bidding process to sell the 140-acre housin More...

Two Would-Be Thieves Start Robbery - But Change Their Minds

Police from the 69th Precinct reported that two armed men tried to hold up the La Tranquilite & L'Impressioniste Restaurant at 9117 Avenue L at gunpoint just before closing time on Saturday, May 31 and then abruptly decided not to complete th More...

Letters/Opinion

Letters to the Editor

Editor's note: The following letter was in response to Courier editor Neil Friedman's participation in the annual Career Day Symposium at P.S. 115. Dear Mr. Friedman: Thank you! You were great. More...

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Governor Paterson gave an order last week that directed all state agencies to provide the same rights to gay couples who have been married elsewhere as they do to straight couples. What are your thoughts on the subject? More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

We Don't Need More Meetings; We Need LEADERS

Governor David Paterson last Sunday hosted a meeting with city and state leaders in response to the overwhelming increase in shootings in the city. More...

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