November 19, 2009 RSS feed / Other News

Civic Head Asks Mayor To “Intercede” With CB 18 On Local Rulings

By Charles Rogers   More...

EARLY ADVERTISING DEADLINES FOR THANKSGIVING

Advertising deadlines for our November 26 issue, which will be on newsstands November 25 because of Thanksgiving, are earlier than normal. Display ads are due no later than 5 p.m. More...

AT LEAST ONE STREET WILL BE LESS BUMPY!

East 78th Street — between Flatlands Avenue and Avenue J — is finally going to be a smooth ride. City workers are now putting an undercoat on it in the next few weeks. More...

Brooklyn Veteran Finally Gets His WWII Medals

An 89-year-old World War II veteran finally got the long overdue recognition he deserved last week on Veterans Day — six medals more than 60 years after his 1946 discharge from the Army.   More...

Canarsie Studio Serves As Base For Emerging DBK Band

It’s probably harder these days for a new band to become successful than ever before. One reason may be attributed to the economy and austere record company budgets for undiscovered or unknown artists. More...

Anecdote by Jonathan Gies

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PET OF THE WEEK

Rock is a cheerful boy who will   make someone a great   companion. More...

Local Clergy Meets With 69th Precinct Brass

Captain Milt Marmara, commanding officer of the 69th Precinct, right, yesterday met with members of the Canarsie clergy to discuss the events and the general comportment of the community during the upcoming Holiday Season. More...

P.S. 115 Students Brush Up On Spelling And Giving

Public School 115 was recently a bevy of activity recently, outside of the routine classroom sessions. In addition to requisite learning, many students took part in educational and worthy extracurricular activities.   More...

Gateway Maps Out New Plans For Canarsie Pier

The fall season began not too long ago, but officials from Gateway National Recreation Area told residents at this month’s United Canarsie South Civic Association (UCSCA) meeting on Tuesday, November 10, that they already have a full menu of e More...

New York State Passes Nation’s Toughest DWI Law

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and the Assembly Majority this week announced the passage of the strongest DWI law in the country.   More...

Maisel Reminds Drivers About N.Y. State’s Booster Seat Law

Automobile accidents happen. If a child is not properly secured, serious injury or even death can occur. That’s why New York State has extended the law that requires children to sit on a booster seat in a motor vehicle from age 6 to age 7. More...

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YESTERDAY & TODAY

Parkshore Manor was established in 1974 as a Health Related Facility. In the early 80’s it became a nursing home, and renovations were done to make it eligible for skilled nursing. More...

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