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COUNCILMEN CLASH OVER GAZA CRISIS

Joined by other Council Members, City Councilman Lew Fidler yesterday blasted Councilman Charles Barron for likening the current Gaza situation to “Concentration Death Camps.” More...

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P.S. 115 Students Get Out To Learn And Entertain

The classroom’s not the only place that students at Public School 115 get an education. More...

Students’ Common Cents Help Start Community Garden

After sixth graders from the Science and Medicine Middle School 366 recently finished their Penny Harvest collection, they selected the Lakeside Adult Day Care Health Center at 945 East 108th Street as the community organization they wanted to donat More...

Sebago Canoe Club Opens Its House For Boating Season

Clockwise from top left: Canoers paddle on Jamaica Bay during opening of boating season at Sebago Canoe Club’s Open House last weekend; Deanna Foote (right), representing State Senator John Samp More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Congress is debating for the third time this year whether or not to extend unemployment benefits for over one million jobless workers since more than one million people face having funds cut off next month. More...

CEC Members Demand Input From Albany

Editor’s note: The following letter, signed by 26 members of Community Education Councils (we only listed one local representative below) from all five boroughs, was faxed to the Speaker and the Assembly last Thursday. More...

Coverage Thanks

Editor: Everyone at Sebago is appreciative that you ran the article about our club in the Canarsie Courier. It looked great in color (and in the centerfold). More...

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Youths Honored In Women’s History Month Art Contest

P.S. 207, the Elizabeth G. Leary School, was recently honored for its participation in the Womens History Month Art Contest by contest sponsor Assemblyman Alan Maisel. Nearly 200 students from Mrs. More...

Free Prom Dresses For “Belles Of The Ball”

Brooklyn College Community Partnership (BCCP), a model program that assists students from lower income communities to enter college, held their “Belle of the Ball” event recently where young ladies could select from over 200 donated beaut More...

Sebago Club Hosts Regatta

Dinghy sailing is alive and well at Sebago Canoe Club, which hosted its Second Annual District 8 Laser Regatta. Laser boat sailors came from as far away as Saratoga and Sayville to enter the race across Jamaica Bay. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

A Sorry Excuse From A Poor Excuse For A Candidate

As I watched television images of Memorial Day services across the city and nation on Monday, I couldn’t help thinking about Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who recently admitted that he lied about his military service over 35 More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

Making Necessary Investments That Keep Our City Growing

Like most New Yorkers, I’m looking forward to the warm days of summer. New York City’s public beaches are now open for the summer season. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Want To Be Neighborly? Then Move The Mosque Site

In good conscience, I don’t think I would object to the establishment of a mosque in the vicinity of the World Trade Center under normal circumstances. More...

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