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Student Elections Top Latest P.S. 115 Activities

(Clockwise from top) Winners of recent P.S. 115 Student Council elections pose with Principal Mitch Pinsky and a couple of teachers; newly elected V.P. More...

It's Begining To Look (And Feel) A Lot Like...

Fughedaboud holiday sales in all the stores; fughedaboud radio stations playing popular Christmas songs and television shows with holiday and seasonal themes. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: With millions of jobs at stake if the nation's big three auto manufacturers aren't saved, do you think the federal government should bail them out or let them go out of business? Why or why not? More...

Letters To the Editor

Coverage Appreciation Editor: An article written by Alisha Al-Muslim was published in your September 18, 2008 edition. The subject was the Fourth Annual Brooklyn Caribbean Youth Festival. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Creating Job Opportunities And Protecting Jobseekers

I've often said that just because we are in the midst of a fiscal crisis doesn't mean we can afford to walk away from our long-term obligations to the city. More...

Guest Column

Guest Column

Hard Economic Times, Should Not Mean Unfair Choices

The check is in the mail. That was the promise made by the city of New York to 600,000 homeowners regarding the $400 rebate. Those checks were due in October. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Lions, Clergy Host Canarsie Brotherhood Night

Canarsie's clergy, civic leaders and dignitaries came together last Monday night at Holy Family Church to celebrate unity at the annual Brotherhood service. More...

Gas Station Robberies Continue — With A Twist

Police from the 69th Precinct now have another gas station to add to the list of what has been termed a "rash" of service station robberies here lately. More...

Former Knick Star Joins BP To Distribute Turkeys

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and former New York Knicks star John Starks kicked off the holiday season by distributing a thousand Thanksgiving turkeys and seven tons of trimmings—apples, collard greens, baking potatoes and More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Big Three Auto Company Beggars Can't Be Choosers

This is the time of year when we're traditionally thankful for what we have; yet it may also be an occasion to ponder what we won't have if Detroit's auto manufacturers aren't rescued More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Toss Out The Auto Bosses—AND David & Co.

When the three chief executive officers (CEOs) of General Motors, Chrysler and Ford got back behind their desks after having testified for two days before Congress the first thing they should have done was fire their respective public rela More...

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