October 15, 2009 RSS feed / Other News

Auxiliary Police Saluted In Annual Appreciation Ceremony

Annual ceremony to honor and recognize the 69th Precinct’s Auxiliary Police Officers was held last Saturday. Hosted by Lt. Michael Howery, officers, family and friends were in attendance. More...

Alan Maisel Suggests Teens Join Annual Read Experience

Reading is a critical tool in our teens’ education and in their lives. Reading is an engaging and leisurely activity that improves spelling, vocabulary and pronunciation skills. Reading opens the mind up to new worlds, concepts and ideas. More...

YESTERDAY & TODAY

The American Theater (left photo from 1924) was once located at the southwest corner of Flatlands Avenue and East 92 Street. The theater opened in 1913. More...

PET OF THE WEEK

Bruno is a big, seven-month-old sweetheart in a tiny body. He was brought in after he was found abandoned when his owner moved away and left him to fend for himself. He seems very inquisitive and observes everything around him. More...

UCSCA Meeting Unveils Plans For Local Skate Park

United Canarsie South Civic Association (UCSCA) Vice President Lenny Fogel unveiled plans for Canarsie’s new skate park Tuesday evening that focused on community cooperation. More...

DOE Announces Middle School Fairs And Admissions

The Department of Education has announced the schedule for middle school fairs in community school districts that offer middle school choice to students. The fairs began on Tuesday, October 13. More...

FAMILY & PARENTING

Expert Advice On How To Foster Your Child’s Talent

(StatePoint) Childhood is a time of dreams and possibilities, so it’s important parents encourage their children’s innate talents to help them develop and build self esteem, say experts. More...

More 9/11 Officers’ Names Added To NYPD Memorial Wall

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly this week commemorated the lives of ten New York City police officers who may have died due to September 11-related illnesses. More...

Holy Family School Alum Gather For Reunion

Clockwise from top: Faculty, staff and over 300 Holy Family School graduates from 1955 through 2008 fill school’s gymnasium at last weekend’s gala reunion; two former students relive their school days as they sit at desks that were lat More...

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