June 10, 2010 RSS feed / Other News

Changes In Store For Local Thoroughfares & B82 Bus

Residents eager to speed up their rush hour commute will be pleased to know that the B82 bus will soon be making express stops throughout Brooklyn during peak hours. More...

Driver Injured As Car Goes Out Of Control On East 83 Street

The driver of the car on the right said he lost control of his vehicle Tuesday afternoon as he was making a right turn from the Avenue M intersection and crashed into a parked car, which crashed the rear bumper of a parked van, police said.. More...

Borough President & Others Launch Caribbean-American Heritage Month

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham, members of the Caribbean American Heritage Committee and elected officials held a press conference last week to launch Caribbean American Heritage Month 2010 in Broo More...

Health Department Urges Window Guards To Prevent Falls

In the wake of two recent incidents in which children fell from unguarded windows — one in Brooklyn and one in The Bronx — the Health Department this week urged New Yorkers to make sure window guards are in place. More...

P.S. 233 Goes All Out For Fun At Its Spring Fling

Youngster gets her first pony ride, one of many offerings at last Saturday’s Spring fling in the P.S. 233 schoolyard More...

Councilman Enraged That State Dems Have All White Ticket

Councilmember Charles Barron recently released the following statement regarding the current condition of New York state politics as it pertains to race: It is outrageous, unconscionable and unacceptable in the 21st century that black leadership i More...

Black Leaders Hope To Talk With Cuomo

A report issued Monday indicated that black state leaders, including Rev. Al Sharpton and former Comptroller Carl McCall discussed the proposed Democratic ticket at a meeting held in Mount Vernon last weekend. More...

CHS Student Named 69th Precinct Commander (For A Day)

Niculus Favorite, 17, a student at Canarsie High School, looked like he was made to be a police commander. More...

Group Holds Annual Autism Walk

My Time Inc, a Brooklyn group that provides support to parents of children with autism, held its Third Annual Walk last Saturday morning in Canarsie Park. More...

Lincoln Center To Honor P.S. 219 With Imagination Award

Public School 219, in the Canarsie-East Flatbush School District 18, will be honored with Lincoln Center Institute’s Imagination Award 2010 during a presentation by the program’s executive director, Scott Nope-Brandon, at the Kennedy-Kin More...

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