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Meeting Dispels Fears About Marine Park Child Abduction

Nikki Ricardo, a single mother of four, who has lived in the Marine Park community since childhood, was recently anxious about letting her kids play outdoors since she heard reports about a child abduction in the area. More...

Canarsie Pier Improvements Discussed At Civic Meeting

Summertime is perfect for fishing, barbecuing and spending time with family and friends at Canarsie Pier. More...

Local Students Pitch In For Diabetes Fundraising

In its effort to help the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, P.S. 276 held its 18th annual walk-a-thon last month and added another $3,900 for a total of $100,000 raised for the charitable group since it first became involved in 1992. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

State Senators Not Working Hard For Our Money

Itry to avoid repetition for this weekly column. But every so often, an issue warrants further analysis. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Sarah — Where Are You Now That New York Needs You?

It was her special moment last Friday, the day before Independence Day. More...

Special Sections

Other News

PARKWAY BUILDING PARAPET COLLAPSES

The parapet of a laundromat on Rockaway Parkway, south of Avenue L, suddenly collapsed early last Thursday morning. No one was reported in the vicinity at the time, but it also brought down the front of an adjacent Burger King. More...

Cops Of The Month Get Guns Off The Street

While residents sleep, the 69th Precinct's night patrol police officers diligently work to keep the streets safe. At last month's 69th Precinct Community Council meeting, police officers Angela Crenshaw (second from left), Sgt. More...

Police Probe Murder On Glenwood & E. 80th St.

Two police officers from Bay Ridge's 72nd Precinct who were returning to their headquarters at 12:30 a.m. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: WITH THE STATE SENATE'S DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS SQUABBLING OVER LEADERSHIP SINCE JUNE 8, AND LEGISLATION, INCLUDING BILLIONS FOR CITY SCHOOLS, STALLED, DO YOU THINK THEY ARE ENTITLED TO THE PER DIEM PAYMENTS THEY NORMALLY RECEIVE WHENEV More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK ...

Free and Fun Activities For A Great Summer

The summer is now in full swing - and if you forget about the nearrecord rains we've been experiencing, you can see summer all around us. More...

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