June 26, 2008 RSS feed / Other News

P.S. 279 Students Give Audience A Taste Of All That Jazz

Come on babe, why don't we head on over to P.S. 279...for all that jazz? Four classes put on a special performance for parents called "A Lil' Bit of Jazz" last Wednesday evening in the East 104th Street school auditorium. More...

Too Cool For School

With only a few days left in the school year, these kindergarten students at P.S. 115 recently celebrated moving on up to the first grade during "Steping Up Day" in the East 92nd Street schoolyard. More...

18-Year-Old Shot By Unknown Attacker Near Breukelen: Cops

An 18-year-old man who was walking on Glenwood Road near East 104th Street with some friends early Sunday was shot several times by an unknown attacker, police said. More...

Senator Plays It Cool

Two weeks ago, during graduation practice at P.S. 312, at 7103 Avenue T, the auditorium transformed into sauna-like conditions when faulty transformer caused the air-conditioning system to shut down during the recent heat wave. More...

"Uncle Junior" Sings- For Midwood Seniors

Seniors from various communities met actor Dominic Chianese - "Uncle Junior" from "The Sopranos" - and his bandmate Laura Leadbetter during a special performance at the Midwood Active Adults Center on June 18. More...

Police Nab Trio After They Mug Man In Wheelchair

You never know where it's going to come from; or when; or how. Nowadays, you have to be on your toes to watch out for muggers or thieves or assaulters or even emotionally disturbed people at every turn - or at any time of day. More...

Residents Complain About Lack Of Upkeep At Fresh Creek Preserve

The serenity at Fresh Creek Wildlife Refuge and Nature Preserve was not matched at last week's Community Board 18 monthly meeting when some nearby residents complained about the site's poor conditions. More...

After Delay, Canarsie Library Reopens Monday

Starting next Monday book lovers can once again visit the Canarsie branch library. More...

"Dream Makers" Recognized At Civic Association Meeting

"There are dream makers and dream breakers," said Informed Voices Civic Association President Wanda Ihrig. More...

Bill Will Help Homeowners At Risk Of Foreclosure

Assemblyman Alan Maisel (D-59th AD) announced the Assembly passed a bill agreed to by the Senate and governor he supported designed to address New York's subprime lending crisis. More...

Mill Basin Gets New "Greenstreet"

Assemblyman Alan Maisel, left, with Greenstreets architect Barbara Barnes, along with Brooklyn Parks Commissioner Julius Spiegel, Adriana Jacykewycz of the Parks Dept. More...

Sofa, So Good, As Waiting Game Pays Off For Office Worker

Persistence pays off. More...

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