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Stats Show Crime Continues To Drop In NYC Public Schools

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly and Schools Chancellor Joel Klein last week announced that crime has continued to drop in city public schools. More...

Parishioners Gather At Holy Family School Closing Tribute

Parishioners of the Holy Family Church gathered Sunday to pay tribute to six decades of Catholic education at the Holy Family School, which is closing this year. More...

Delayed Belt Pkwy. Bridge Reconstruction Set To Start This Sept.

In many urban areas the focus for local governments over the last few years has shifted to infrastructures, such as bridges, roads and tunnels, in need of repair. At last week's monthly Community Board 18 meeting that issue was addressed. More...

Neighborhood News

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Happy Belated Birthday to Pop Rosa, who celebrated his special day on Tuesday, June 16 2009. Didn't forget the date, just forgot what day it actually was. I am still on West Coast time! Love you to pieces. More...

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BEST WISHES to Courier summer intern, Daniel Connor, who celebrates his birthday tomorrow, June 26. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

That's Right, Elected Officials, Set Another Example

Aren't you just about fed up with it? More...

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CANARSIE COURIER OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED JULY 3RD

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed Friday, July 3, for Independence Day weekend. It will reopen at 9 a.m. on Monday, July 6. More...

Pregnant Woman And Unborn Okay After Shooting

A pregnant woman who was just leaving a house on East 88th Street early Monday morning was shot in the hip by a lone, masked gunman. Two male friends of the woman were also shot and slightly wounded, police said. More...

Two Hurt In Gunfight Outside Local Nightclub

The early morning quiet on Sunday, June 21 was shattered by the sounds of a barrage of gunshots as two men were shot just outside a nightclub on Ralph Avenue near East 79th Street, police said. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: When the pilot of an international commercial jet carrying 247 passengers died while in flight last week, the passengers were not informed of the emergency until after the co-pilot landed the plane safely some six hours later. More...

Thanks To Our Crossing Guards

Dear Editor: Now that schools are closing, a word of thanks to all our School Crossing Guards for doing a wonderful job getting kids safely back and forth to their schools. It can be a dangerous job and they are out there — rain or shine! More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK ...

Safer Schools Leads To Better Learning

New York City's 1.1 million public school children will close their textbooks, clean out their desks and lockers, and officially welcome summer. Based on the gains our students made this year, we have every reason to feel proud of them. More...

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