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Local Students Get In Character For Halloween

Dressed as characters from some of their favorite books, students and teachers at P.S. 115 held the annual Character Day Parade - appropriately- on Halloween last Friday morning. More...

Students Earn The 'Keys To Success' At P.S./I.S. 66

For the fourth consecutive year, the innovative and popular "Keys to Success Program" is underway at PS/IS 66. More...

Historic Election Draws Record Number Of Voters

Voters lined up early outside P.S. 115 (above left) and I.S. 211 (above right) to cast their ballots. More...

Sports

Chiefs Ravage Vikings For Local Bragging Rights

Call this the end of the road for the South Shore Vikings — at least for this year — as they took another hit last Friday afternoon in a very disappoint-ing season. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Taking Steps To Diversify New York's Economy

Today, as our economy struggles with the turmoil on Wall Street, it's more important than ever that we invest in sectors that will strengthen small businesses, create jobs and attract tourists. More...

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Our Annual Costume Spooktacular Showcase

It was a trick-or-treater's delight last Friday afternoon when the Canarsie Courier hosted its annual Halloween Costume Showcase. Children from all over the community stopped by to strike a pose donning their creative costumes. More...

Michael's First Halloween

His mother may have dressed him like one, but Michael Blynn is NO turkey! More...

Police Looking For Two Suspects In "Subway" Restaurant Robberies

Police from the 69th Precinct, along with the Brooklyn South Robbery Task Force, are looking for two suspects that recently held up a number of Sub-way restaurants, one of which is located on Ralph Avenue near Farragut Road. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude Doesn't New York Deserve $ame Break That Banks Got?

By Neil S. Friedman

When Governor David Paterson recently went to Washington, DC for a congressional hearing of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), he was one of several governors who asked the federal government to help reduce anticipated sta More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

And All Along, We Pundits Could Have Told You So!

See? I told you the 30 minute TV infomercial President-elect Barack Obama ran the Wednesday before Election Day wouldn't do him any good. More...

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