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Home Depot Refuses To Change Habits For Mill Basin Residents

Real estate issues were the center of attention for the Mill Basin Civic Association’s June meeting as questions of various proposed projects and complaints of current structures were brought to the assembly.   More...

Students Provide Monthly Companionship For Four Seasons’ Seniors

With the encouragement of Interim Acting Principal Charmaine Luke, students at Public School 114 on Remsen Avenue provide community service with monthly visits to residents at the Four Seasons Nursing Home.   P.S. More...

Seniors View Some Of The Cars They Once Drove

It’s more than just an “annual event” when members of the Antique Auto Association of Brooklyn visit River Manor Care Center on East 103rd Street. More...

P.S. 115 Principal Promotes Reading With Bike-A-Thon

Avid cyclist and principal of P.S. 115 Mitch Pinsky knows how to motivate his students to read.   More...

Congressman Towns Tells Realtors He’s Keeping FHA Funding Alive

Congressman Ed Towns, center, last week held a press conference in East New York at which time he committed to constituents his desires to keep FHA funding alive from those acting as proponents for fa More...

Beraca Food Pantry Celebrates A Year Of Community Service

It was only a year ago that the Beraca Community Development Corporation (BCDC) established its Food Pantry at the Beraca Baptist Church, 9602 Flatlands Avenue. More...

Bildersee Intermediate School Hosts Girl’s Empowerment Forum

When a teenage girl starts her menstrual cycle, it can be a scary, confusing and embarrassing time in her life. More...

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READY FOR A SUMMER OF RIDIN’ & READIN’

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After 30 Years, Gift Shop On Parkway Forced To Close

After over 30 years of meeting Canarsiens’ everyday needs and becoming nearly a common “fixture” that residents have depended upon, Sona’s Cards & Gifts, 1455 Rockaway Parkway, will close its doors at the end of this month. More...

Bible Speaks Academy Celebrates Its 24th Year

It was a lovely night of music, dance, recitals and ceremonies as the Bible Speaks Church Academy celebrated two dozen years of quality Christian education with a banquet on Saturday, June 12. More...

Seniors At Sunrise Center Celebrate Flag Day

Seniors and veterans who attend Sunrise Adult Day Health Care Center proudly stand before the U.S. Flag — at sunrise, of course — to celebrate Flag Day on June 14. More...

I.S 278 Kids Take A Look “Inside Broadway”

When it comes to putting on an award winning show, students at Marine Park Junior High School 278 know how to give an impressive performance that wows a crowd. More...

P.S. 364 Orchestrates A Day Of Musical Talent For Starrett City

The first official day of summer was last Monday, June 21. And it was the perfect time for children at Starrett City’s P.S. More...

Dr. Stephen Finger: Repairing Earlobes And Filling A Need

Have a torn earlobe? A pesky keloid (scar tissue) that you’re anxious to get rid of? Do you have trouble breathing through your nose, or have a persistent sore throat? More...

I.S. 233 “Celebrates” Haiti With Donor Event

It was a very special day last Saturday as youngsters from I.S. 233 hosted a giant “celebration” to let the people from Haiti know how much we support them. More...

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