October 1, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

COPS PROBE TWO LOCAL SHOOTINGS

Officials from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad are investigating the events surrounding two shootings in the usually-quiet local streets, one that occurred last Thursday and another that happened last Saturday night. More...

Top Stories

Drivers Reminded To Use Extra Caution In School Zones

It’s that time when millions of children across New York State will put away their bikes and swimsuits, and head back to school. This is an exciting time for many boys and girls as new experiences and challenges await. More...

City Has Tougher Plan To Protect New Yorkers From ID Theft

Mayor Bloomberg this week announced a comprehensive plan to help prevent fraud and identity theft, in addition to providing greater assistance to the victims of these crimes. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION:DO YOU THINK RACISM IS FUELING THE PROTESTS AGAINST THE PRESIDENT AND HIS POLICIES? WHY OR WHY NOT? More...

Journalistic Integrity Questioned

Editor: Is the Canarsie Courier’s motto “Any News Is News?” It’s fitting after reading your (September 24) front-page caption and two stories on page 3. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Obama Can’t Let Afghanistan Become Another Quagmire

President Barack Obama’s poll numbers are not nearly what they were when he took office over eight months ago but, after a chaotic summer over health care reform, they seem to have leveled off. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Take Heart! Some Good Guys Don’t Finish Last

While we’re all getting in the doldrums as we see the various displays of crude, rude and downright uncouth examples of human character among us, and with a good, hard look at what it seems to be doing to our society, I have found that, perhap More...

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Other News

Police Officer Charged With DWI In Mill Basin Death

The daughter of the pastor of a church on Rogers Avenue was struck and killed on Avenue N near East 56th Street in Mill Basin early Sunday by a car driven by an off-duty police officer who was accused of driving while intoxicate (DWI), police said. More...

Belt Pkwy Traffic Stop: One, Two, Three — GOTCHA!

All police from the 69th Precinct had to do last Friday at a traffic stop, at the westbound entrance onto the Belt Parkway at Rockaway Parkway, was to stop every third car and garner violation after violation — easily. More...

Teaching Kids Good Ideas About Money And Budgeting

FAMILY & PARENTING

(StatePoint) Teaching children and teens how to stick to a budget not only can save you some green in the short-run, but can prove valuable in the long term. More...

Sports

Rene Rushes Chiefs To 36-14 Win Over Kangaroos

With a healthy Steven Rene, who was hampered by an ankle sprain for the season’s first three games, in the backfield, the Chiefs proved how lethal he can be as the senior rushed for 139 yards on 14 carries with two touchdowns in their 36-14 wi More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

NYC Public Schools Offer More Choices; More Paths To Success

In recent years, New York City public school students have achieved enormous gains in the classroom. The past school year brought record-high results in both the statewide math and reading examinations. More...

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