January 14, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

COPS PROBE PKWY. DOUBLE SHOOTING

Officials from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad this week were called upon to investigate a double shooting that occurred at the corner of Rockaway Parkway and Flatlands Avenue Monday night. More...

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Children’s Museum To Celebrate MLK This Weekend

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum will honor the life and contributions of civil rights icon, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from Saturday, January 16 though Monday, January 18. More...

Driver Questioned After Possible Hit-Run On Flatlands Avenue

Police from the 69th Precinct are questioning a driver who might be responsible for a hit-run accident last week on Flatlands Avenue near East 96th Street during which a man was struck and taken to the hospital. More...

Weiner Gets Funding For Floyd Bennett Toxic Cleanup

Standing near an overgrown, polluted section of Floyd Bennett Field that is marked with a “Danger” sign to warn passersby, Rep. More...

Business & Finance

Feel Safe & Rest Easy With All City Pawn Brokers

When All City Pawn Brokers owner Eugene Josovits opened the pawn shop on Flatlands Avenue and East 83 Street in the new strip mall on December 1, he knew there would be a demand for services. More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

OOPS, WE DID IT AGAIN! Belated birthday wishes to Bill O’Neill, our Man on the Street interviewer, who celebrated his birthday yesterday, January 13th. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

What If The Bomb HAD Gone Off, Mr. President?

The day before Christmas, 2009, the United States Senate passed the health care bill that had been a large contention throughout the year to them and the House of Representatives. More...

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Other News

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

State Senator John Sampson issued the following statement in conjunction with Dr. King’s birthday, tomorrow, January 15th: More...

Outpouring Of Local, International Support Follows Devastating Haiti Earthquake

(AP) — Haiti’s devastating 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday left an estimated three million people in need of emergency aid, a Red Cross official said yesterday, as aid groups and governments scrambled to send tons of disaster relief to the imp More...

Students Brighten The Day For Midwood Center Seniors

Midwood Senior Center hosted an intergenerational event with students from P.S. 203 last Friday. More...

Letters/Opinion

Whats' Your Opinion?

Question: Winter’s only a month old, but forecasts also predict the coldest one in decades. What are you doing to keep warm when the weather’s frigid? More...

Letter Writers:

The editors of the Canarsie Courier welcome letters on all subjects. Please keep in mind that all letters must be signed by the writer and include an address and telephone number for verification purposes. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Time For Albany Pols To Stop Singing Same Old Song

As temperatures are forecast to rise this weekend, there’s one place where things could warm up sooner than expected. More...

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