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Bildersee Students Plant A Tree To Celebrate Earth Day

Students in Isaac Bildersee Intermediate School 68's Academy of Urban Planning and Environmental Design planted a white oak (Quercus alba) tree on East 82nd Street on Tuesday, April 28 — Earth Day 2009. More...

Undefeated CHS Girls Soccer Squad Is PSAL Playoff Bound

Canarsie High School girl's soccer squad head coach Erica Blom makes it a point to drill a teamfirst attitude into her players — and it seems to have worked. The team is 9-0-1 this season and PSAL playoff bound. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: THE LOCAL AND FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM IS NOW ALLOWING INMATES TO USE E-MAIL TO KEEP CONTACT WITH THEIR FAMILIES, ALTHOUGH SOME SAY THE PROGRAM COULD LEAD TO POSSIBLY ILLEGAL SCAMS. WHAT DO YOU THINK? More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK ...

Economic Opportunity Plan Getting New Yorkers Through Tough Times

Even in these hard times, most New Yorkers are going to keep their jobs and keep their homes. But there are also thousands of people who are in trouble. Some have recently been laid off. Others are facing foreclosure. More...

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Pair Of Robbers Hits Chase Bank On Foster Avenue

Two men entered the Chase Manhattan Bank on Foster Avenue at East 96th Street last week, gave notes announcing robberies to separate tellers and, although one of the tellers refused to give one of the men any cash, they left together with nearly $9 More...

Robbers Get $2,900 From Foster Avenue Grocery

Three masked men, one of them armed, robbed a lone cashier in a Foster Avenue grocery store of more than $2,900 in cash and merchandise last Friday, police said. More...

Trial Begins For Suspect In Imette St. Guillen Murder

The trial of Darryl Littlejohn, 44, the suspect in the brutal murder of Imette St. Guillen three years ago is now under way, with opening arguments currently being presented by prosecutorial and defense attorneys. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Not Much We Can Do About The Weather

Didn't it look, at times, last week like we'd never see another sunny day? That's obviously an overstatement, but the lingering, unsettled weather never seemed to let up More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

These Patriotic Marines Are Going Back Because "It's What We Do"

Sitting at a bar the other night tooling with my drink and thinking, well, thinking about nothing in general and everything in particular (and holding deep rapport with the bartender about my thoughts) when three guys sitting at a table nearby who More...

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