March 26, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Top Stories

Residents Rally In Aftermath Of Waste Site Plan Revocation

"Not in Canarsie. No way, no how," could be heard during a victory-like rally, held last Saturday at 100-02 Farragut Road, where a medical waste transfer facility was proposed for the site over a year ago. More...

Off-Broadway Performer Brings His Act To Lenox Academy

Actor John Douglas Thompson made a special appearance last Friday at The Lenox Academy of P.S. 235. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: When well-known people, such as Don Imus or former N.Y. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Bells Toll For MTA Bailout; No Tolls For E. River Spans

With the Metropolitan Transit Authority facing a huge deficit, there was, for a while, renewed talk about introducing tolls on the East River bridges. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Obama The Hard Worker: Give The Guy A Break!

Iknow, I know. Right from the start, I've been fairly critical of President Barack Obama — even before he got the Big Job. Frankly, I must admit to a bit of a wishy-washy attitude at first. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Mayor Endorsed For Reelection By Christian Cultural Center Pastor

Mayor Michael Bloomberg was endorsed Sunday by Reverend A.R. Bernard, Pastor and CEO of the Christian Cultural Center (CCC), which boasts 30,000 members and is located east of Canarsie. Joining Rev. More...

P.S./I.S. 66 Students Show Off Variety Of Science Projects

Each year science comes to life at PS/IS 66's Science Spectacular. Students from kindergarten through Grade Five use their skills and knowledge to create an array of wonderful science projects. More...

Cong. Beth Tikvah Hosts Shabbat Across America

The 13th annual Shabbat Across America, a celebration to unify all Jews, took place across the United Sates and Canada last Friday evening. More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK ...

Helping City's Small Businesses Weather The Economic Storm

These days, there's a lot of talk about saving businesses that are "too big to fail." But at City Hall, we think that our small businesses, which employ half of all New Yorkers who work in the private sector, are too important to be allowed to fail More...

Copyright© 2000 - 2014
Canarsie Courier Publications, Inc.
All Rights Reserved