December 3, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

SUSPECT CAUGHT IN YEAR-OLD HOMICIDE

The fourth member of a gang charged in the murder of a well-respected Utica Avenue used car dealer who was shot during a robbery a year ago on Utica Avenue was arrested last week by officials from the 63rd Precinct Detective Squad. More...

Top Stories

Health Dept. Releases Most Popular Baby Names For 2008

Sophia and Jayden have emerged as the top baby names in New York City for 2008, edging out Isabella and Daniel for the top spots. More...

Our Town Mourns Passing Of Another Community Activist

Lou Krieger, a leading member of the 69th Precinct Community Council for more than 20 years, passed away last Wednesday, November 25. Services were held last Friday at Parkside Memorial Chapel. More...

Students Get Environment Lesson At Belt Pkwy. Project

A group of Public School 115 students got an up close and personal look at a state-of the-art “green” construction vehicle Tuesday morning that is being used in the ongoing reconstruction project to improve sections of the Belt Parkway, More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Do you shop for sales on Black Friday or prefer to wait until after Thanksgiving weekend to begin your holiday shopping? Why? More...

Fan Of ‘Attitude’

Editor: While I don’t necessarily agree with Neil Friedman’s opinion on the terrorist’s being tried in New York City, I appreciate his arguments, which made me think about my stand on the controversy and the issue though I didn&rs More...

Grateful for Remembering

Dear Editor: My father, Lewis R. Krieger, passed away last week. My family and I want to publicly acknowledge the wonderful police officers from the 69th Precinct who took the time to attend his funeral. More...

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Other News

NEITHER DRIVER COULD “DODGE” COLLISION

The fact that the above vehicles that crashed on Remsen Avenue and Avenue J last Monday were Dodge Suburbans apparently made no distinction as to who got hurt. Paramedics assisted the driver of the vehicle on the right. More...

Two Recent Store Robberies Here Have Similar Characteristics: Police

They were either copycats or thieves using the same methods of operation in at least more than one robbery — within just a couple of weeks of each other. More...

World Aids Day Observed At Bklyn. Borough Hall

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz hosted events at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Tuesday to mark World Aids Day 2009 and this year’s theme “Universal Access and Human Rights.” The AIDS Memorial Quilt (pictured) was on display in More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Nothing But Dithering Turkeys In State Legislature

By Neil S. Friedman Perhaps the only thing more disagreeable than a week’s worth of tasteless leftovers is our flock of do-nothing turkeys, commonly known as state legislators. More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

Investing In Infrastructure For New York’s Future

When there’s a budget crunch, city governments all too often cut back on maintaining and upgrading essential infrastructure. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

President About To Drop The Ball On Climate Confab Too?

Well, President Obama will head to Copenhagen next week to be probably the first head of state to attend the Climate Summit. More...

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