October 9, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

BAYVIEW MURDER SUSPECT CAUGHT

Detectives from the 69th Precinct have arrested a suspect in the slaying of an East New York resident who was stabbed following an argument at the BayView Houses on September 28. More...

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Precinct Commander, Pols Meet With Local Clergy

Clergy from a variety of Canarsie houses of worship attended a special conference on Tuesday at the 69th Precinct stationhouse where they met with Commanding Officer Captain Milt Marmara to discuss quality of life issues. More...

Mary Queen Of Heaven Hosts Annual Blessing Of The Pets

Mary Queen of Heaven Church in Old Mill Basin celebrated the feast of Saint Francis of the Assisi by holding its annual Blessing Of The Animals last Saturday. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Mayor Bloomberg and some city lawmakers are discussing reinstating the commuter tax as a revenue source to ease the coming budget crunch. More...

Sports

Canarsie Tops New Utrecht, 20-6, To Go Back Over .500

Chiefs' offensive star Steven Rene (#5)shows his prowess as a defensive back in this tackle of a New Utrecht player in last Friday's 20-6 home win. Rene compiled 186 rushing yards and two touchdowns on offense. Photos by Phil Robinson More...

Imperial Takes Brooklyn Cricket League Knockout Title

Imperial Cricket Club defeated de-fending champions Punjab to claim the Brooklyn Cricket League's Knockout championship at the famous Marine Park in Brooklyn on Saturday. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Our Congress Just Can't Say "No" To Legislative Pork

They had to go and do it their way, didn't they? More...

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Other News

Community Mourns Passing Of Popular Local Businessman

Longtime former Canarsie resident and business owner Larry Resner passed away after a long battle with cancer on Monday, September 22, his son recently confirmed with the Canarsie Courier. More...

Two Drivers Hurt In Remsen/K Crash

Details of the two car collision on Monday morning at Remsen Ave-nue and Avenue K were not available from the 69th Precinct at press time yesterday. More...

Precinct Captain Tells Civic Meeting Of Recent Crime Rise

The first order of business when the 69th Precinct Community Coun-cil returned from its summer break on September 30 was an update on recent crime statistics from 69th Pre-cinct commanding officer Captain Milt Marmara, who reported a slight More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Dagnabit, Sarah Just Ain't Ready To Be A Veep!

Even after all the assessments so far on last week's vice presidential debate, doggone it, I couldn't resist adding my 50 cents worth. Some analysts said Governor Sarah Palin generally held her own against a veteran politician. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Responsible Cuts, Investments Can Protect the City's Economy

Tough times demand tough decisions — and here in New York, we're not afraid to make them. More...

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