July 31, 2008 RSS feed / Other News

National Night Out Next Tuesday

Each year on the second Tuesday in August, communities across the country join their local precinct for the National Night Out Against Crime to send a message to criminals that the community is united. More...

Some Local Playgrounds Have Rich Histories

Summer is the perfect time to bring your children to playgrounds all over the community. More...

Signing Off — Round 2

For the second straight year, Assemblyman Alan Maisel, community activists and summer youth volunteers recently got together to remove hundreds of signs illegally posted on utility poles throughout the community. More...

Paerdegat Burglars Came In Through The Front Window: Victim

The victim of a burglary committed at her home recently says she wants to let her neighbors — and the entire community — know all about the crime so they'll be aware and more cautious in their daily lives, but also in the hope that More...

Local Pols Selected To Lead Lions' "Suitcase" Drive

Assemblyman Alan Maisel and former Assemblyman and former Surrogate Court judge Frank Seddio will lead a program for a new Lions Club International project geared to help homeless children. More...

Mangled Mess On Remsen Avenue

Police from the 69th Precinct reported minor injuries to at least two people riding in the above 1991 Ford and 2003 Nissan when they collided at Remsen Avenue, near Avenue J shortly after 5 p.m. on July 23. More...

Nearby Neighborhoods Offer “Staycation” Destinations

As fuel prices remain over $4 a gallon, families revised vacation plans and opted to stay closer to home this summer. Brooklyn More...

Pet Of The Week

Only four months old, Robby is a delicious cream tiger and white Domestic Shorthair. She, that's right, she is already spayed and eager to go home with you today. More...

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