May 7, 2009 RSS feed / Other News

Roy Mann Students Take Center Stage At Financial Literary Event

Members of Cablevision's Power to Learn - a multi-faceted initiative dedicated to integrating techn ology into education - were recently joined at Roy H. Mann Intermediate School (I.S. More...

SSHS Students Lobby for Funding

South Shore High School junior Anthony Chapman and Gabriel Welch accompanied Global Kids' Youth Educator and Afterschool Ambassador Nassim Zerriffi (at left) on a two-day trip to Washington D.C. More...

Sanit Chief Marks Earth Day With Beauty Pageant Winner

On April 22 — Earth Day 2009 — the Keep New York City Beautiful Coalition (KNYCB), an affiliate of the national organization Keep America Beautiful, gathered in Times Square for the kickoff of KAB's Great American Cleanup, a More...

Mother's Day Song To Be Featured At St. Matthew's Service Sunday

The songwriting team of Marion Turner and Al Mazur has been invited to present their Mother's Day song "Why Mothers Cry" at the 11:15 a.m. service at St. More...

PET OF THE WEEK

Three-year old Jackie came into the shelter as a stray. He's a great little guy with a docile demeanor and friendly personality. More...

Lack Of DOE Communication Hit At CEC Meeting

By Jason Linetsky Dozens of parents, local school faculty and members attended Monday evening's monthly School District 18's Community Education Council (CEC) meeting to discuss the Department of Education's modified plans in the new school buildi More...

Probe Shooting In Parking Lot At Burger King

A 21-year-old resident of East New York was shot early Saturday apparently as a result of a "stare down" between his group and a similar gang of youths and subsequent fight in the parking lot in front of the Burger King Restaurant on Rockaway Parkw More...

CATCHING UP WITH BURGLARY SUSPECTS

Police from the 69th Precinct searched near East 78th Street and Glenwood Road after they received a call last Friday that it appeared a home on that block was being burglarized at about 11:30 a.m. More...

Bridges Festival Is On, But Loss Of Funding Dooms Essay Contest

Rabbi Avrohom Hecht, executive director of the Jewish Community Council of Canarsie (JCCC), told the Canarsie Courier this week that though the annual Canarsie Bridges essay contest was called off as part of cost-cutting measures, the 12th Annua More...

Message From The 69th Precinct

As Memorial Day quickly approaches and the weather gets nicer, parties within the residential areas of Canarsie will become more frequent. More...

Blood Donors Give The Gift Of Life

New York Blood Center (NYBC) and its regions call upon the community to please donate blood during the month of May, in recognition of those who serve to protect our health and safety. More...

Video Games Are Good For Kids, Say Experts

(StatePoint) We've all heard the warnings about the dangers of video games for children. Play them too much and their brains will turn into mush. But it doesn't have to be this way. More...

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