March 18, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

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E. Flatbush ‘Radio Haiti’ Comes Through In Emergency

It has been more than two months since the earthquake in Haiti. Within that time, the massive demonstrations of relief have been a great help to the survivors. More...

Distinguished Guests Attend Mill Basin Civic Installation

Members of the Mill Basin Civic Association pulled out all stops last Sunday as they held installation ceremonies for officers of their active organization. More...

Irish Dance Group Entertains Marine Park Civic Meeting

It was quite appropriate — and a nice break from the norm — when members of the local Irish Dance Academy performed at the Marine Park Civic Association’s March meeting held on the eve of St. Patrick’s Day. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Consumers Powerless When Media Giants Dispute Over $$$

Two greedy corporate fat cats recently had a dispute and consumers, as usual, got caught smack dab in the middle. More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

Soda Tax Addresses Two Looming Problems

Albany has been in the news a lot in recent days – for distressing reasons. In the process, key issues have fallen off State government’s radar screen. But they need to be back on, and now. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Paterson Coming Into His Own — A Little Late!

I never did really take to Governor David Paterson. Not that I disliked him; it was just a case of figuring him as a nonentity. More...

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MARCH NOR’EASTER ROARS & RAVAGES

The tornado that whisked Dorothy and her little dog off to the land of Oz in the landmark motion picture had nothin’ on the powerful nor’easter that pounded New York City and surrounding areas last Saturday, leaving death and destruction More...

27-Year-Old Man Arrested In Abuse Of 11-Year-Old Girl

Police from the 69th Precinct reported last week that they have arrested a 27-year-old laborer after he allegedly sexually abused an 11-yearold girl who lived in the house where he was working as part of a construction crew. More...

P.S. 244 Celebrates Cultures Around The World

Despite the dreary winter weather, P.S. 244 students enjoyed the warmth and excitement of their second annual “Museum Walk” on February 23. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Four Bronx friends face a year in jail after they hit an off-duty transit cop with an apparent errant snowball. Do you think it should be considered a crime or did the officer overreact? More...

Applying Pier Pressure

Editor’s Note: The following letter to the superintendent of Gateway National Recreation Area was sent to the Canarsie Courier for publication. More...

Constituent Complaint Addressed

Dear Ms. Rosa, Editor’s Note: The following sent to our business manager. More...

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