May 21, 2009 RSS feed / Other News

Wilson 8th Graders Voice Opinions In Pilot Program

Eighth graders from John Wilson Intermediate School 211 blogged their way into a little political and social activism at City Hall last week as part of a pilot program in Social Studies. More...

Collectin' At The Car Wash

P.S. 115 students recently held a fundraising car wash in support of the school's extracurricular activities. More...

Assembly Legislation Removes Barriers For State's Disabled

Assemblyman Alan Maisel last week announced the Assembly passed a package of bills to provide assistance for people with disabilities. The legislation was taken up in observance of the annual Legislative Disabilities Awareness Day. More...

State DMV Approves Online Defensive Driving Course

New York State drivers now have the option of taking defensive-driving courses over the Internet to qualify for auto insurance discounts and point reductions on their driving records. More...

PET OF THE WEEK

Two-year old Shamara is a sweet, affectionate girl. She would be a great addition to any household, large or small. More...

Cops Pick Up Two Suspects In Rash Of Cell Phone Thefts Here

Thanks to some good police work and input from members of the community, detectives from the 69th Precinct last week arrested two youths in connection with a rash of robberies of cell phones late last month. More...

Itinerary Set For Monday's Memorial Day Ceremonies

American Legion Canarsie Post 573 will sponsor the local Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 25 and they're asking members of the community to join them in the march and preceding ceremonies to honor those who gave their lives in wars in the defense More...

COURIER OFFICE CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 25

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. It will reopen at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 26. All advertising and editorial copy should be submitted as early as possible for proper insertion in the May 28th issue. More...

Ruby Weston Manor Celebrates Nursing Home Week

The theme of National Nursing Home Week, which was celebrated throughout the country last week, was "Nurturing a Love That Lasts. More...

Roaring To Fight Flu Outbreak

In keeping with its tradition of reaching out, the Canarsie Lions recently performed a community service at a nearby shopping mall. In the wake of media reports about spreading swine flu, the organization participated in a health and wellness fair. More...

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