March 11, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

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John Wilson Squad Headed For Citywide Hoops Tournament

John Wilson I.S. 211 boy’s head basketball coach Larry Grant rises at 5:30 a.m. More...

MISSION OF MERCY TO HAITI

Members of Canarsie's Beraca Baptist Church (rear right) meet with a group of Haitians during their recent mission to aid in the island nation’s ongoing earthquake relief efforts. More...

Local Pastor And Parishioners Go To Haiti On Mission Of Mercy

As the missionaries of Beraca Baptist Church of Canarsie traveled through the rubble-strewn, rural streets in Haiti, Pastor Mullery Jean-Pierre wondered, “Which street are we on? Where are all the buildings we once recognized?” More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Do you support a proposed state tax on sodas and other drinks containing large amounts of sugar that will go towards health care and public health programs? Why? More...

‘Election Hasn’t Ended Cries Of Racism’

Editor: We live in a nation that has a black president. His election was made possible due to a large number of white voters who chose to vote for him. More...

Right to Repair Act Important To Seniors

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View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Waiting In Line Is A Way Of Life At My Post Office

There I was, standing in a long, long line in my neighborhood post office — not the Canarsie Branch — but, nevertheless, indicative of the hundreds of branches we visit not infrequently. More...

Special Sections

Other News

IT’S DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME

It’s time to SPRING AHEAD and switch from Eastern Standard to Daylight Savings Time this weekend. Remember to turn your clocks ahead one hour this Sunday morning. Two a.m. More...

Depositor Shot At While Standing At Bank’s ATM

Police from the 69th Precinct last Monday were sent running from their headquarters to a branch of the Chase Bank located a block away after they heard a gunshot and saw a man lying on the ground in front of the bank’s outside ATM. More...

Maisel Reads To HES Children On “Read Across America” Day

Assemblyman Alan Maisel (holding book) was recently a special guest reader at the Seaview branch of the Brooklyn Public Library during its participation in the National Education Asso-ciation’s Read Across America program. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

The Baffling Case Of The Returned Mailbox

Journalism involves a fair amount of research (some might consider it snooping) to track down information for a story. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk ...

Creating More Affordable Housing In All Boroughs

With the economy still stalling and tax revenues still falling, many cities are cutting back on affordable housing – just when people need such housing badly. But not New York! More...

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