December 31, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

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P.S. 233 Selects Three November Students Of the Month

Just before the Christmas break, three pupils were selected as November Students of the Month at Public School 233. The third graders are: Stephanie McBride, Alyssa Spencer and Nathan Watermann. More...

City Begins Christmas Tree Recycling On Monday

Commissioner John J. Doherty announced this week that the Sanitation Department will begin its annual Christmas tree curbside collection and recycling program next Monday, January 4, and will run through January 15th. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: The saying goes: “It’s better to give than to receive.” Were you happy with the Christmas presents you received this year? Briefly explain why? More...

“Pleased” With Coverage

Editor: I just wanted to say that it was a pleasure to meet and be interviewed by Neil Friedman (December 24 issue, “Canarsie Woman Knits Hats For U.S. Warriors in Mideast”). More...

Anecdote

© 2009 Jonathan Gies More...

Special Sections

Other News

THREE HURT IN RALPH AVENUE CRASH

Firefighters from Engine 310 and Ladder 174, along with Emergency Medical Service officials and police from the 67th Precinct attended to three victims injured in a crash at the corner of Ralph Avenue and Avenue D yesterday. More...

Police Looking For Shooter Of Breukelen Houses Man

Police say that the person responsible for shooting a man last Sunday evening as he walked within the Breukelen Houses area will face a charge of felonious assault or attempted murder — when he or she is caught. More...

Police Say Feel Confident Tonight In Times Square

Canarsiens who go to Manhattan tonight to help bring in the new year can go with relative confidence that there will be plenty of security on hand. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Recapping Final Year Of 21st Century’s First Decade

What a year! What a decade! In case you didn’t realize it, at the stroke of midnight tonight, the first decade of the 21st century comes to an end. Seems like only yesterday when some of us partied like it was 1999. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

2009-A New President And An Active Year

As Canarsiens and residents of the surrounding areas began to spread the tablecloth to get ready for the New Year’s Eve get-together and welcome 2010 (providing there were no plans to attend someone else’s party), there was plenty of talk More...

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