April 30, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

COPS PROBE LOCAL CELL PHONE THEFTS

The common denominator lately when it comes to felonious robberies seems to be cell phones — T-Mobile, more specifically, along with AT&T and Nextel, according to police. More...

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Health Dept. Offers Answers About City Swine Flu Outbreak

The Health Department on Monday announced that four days of close monitoring has yet to show any increase in reports of severe respiratory illness in New York City. The agency is investigating a cluster of illness at the St. More...

Gowns Galore Ready For Saturday's Prom Dress Giveaway

Young women eager to attend their high school prom may be discouraged by the slumping economy when it comes to buying a new dress. More...

Canarsiens Mourn Victims Of The Holocaust

In honor of Holocaust Memorial Day and Israeli Independence Day, the Sephardic Jewish Center of Canarsie invited residents to the AAA Sfard Shul on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009 for a night of speeches, songs, and prayers to remember the lives lost d More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: The Department of Education plans to add a transfer high school — with students up to 20 years old —to the new intermediate school on East 107th Street (I.S. 366). More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK ...

Leading The Way In Answering A National Call to Service

Since my days as an Eagle Scout, I've always found that giving back is one of life's greatest rewards and that civic service may be the most important thing we ever do. More...

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Other News

Auto Club Hoopsters Jump High For A Friend

The residents of Sumner Houses in Bedford Stuyvesant all have their hearts in the right place. More...

Reward Offered For Information On Hit-Run Killer

Crime Stoppers, the independent, non-profit agency that offers cash awards to anyone furnishing information that leads to the arrest of criminals convicted of serious felonies, has offered $2,000 for information on the driver of the car that struck More...

'DUMB FLY OVER" VISITS US, TOO!

Don't worry — this is a joke! More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Torture Is No Way For A Humane Society To Act

Ever since President Obama ordered the Justice Department to release the "torture memos" two weeks ago, there's been an assortment of opinions from each end of the political spectrum — and more than a few in between. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

MTA Throwing Problems On The Public's Shoulders

For all intents and purposes, the following dialogue could be taking place right now in Albany: "So whaddya think, Shellie?" asks Dave. More...

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