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Suspect In Multiple Burglaries Nabbed In The Act

By Charles Rogers As police from the 69th Precinct are aware of an increase in burglaries in the local area, so too are they keeping up with the problem and making more arrests. More...

Memorial Held For Youth Killed In ’06 Jet Ski Accident

The family and friends of Paul Zaccaria held a memoriam for the youngster who died in a bizarre accident while riding his jet ski in Mill Basin on June 30th, 2006. More...

Haitian Family Resource Center Opens In Brooklyn

A Haitian Family Resource Center, hosted by Haitian First Church of New York, has become a primary resource service for Haitians displaced by disaster and living in the New York area. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Do you think President Obama should have fired General Stanley McChrystal, commander of our forces in Afghanistan, as a result of comments the general made about the Administration in a Rolling Stone article? More...

Pier Needs A Family-Style Eatery

Dear Editor: Canarsie residents are aware that we need a family style, moderately priced restaurant to meet the needs of our diverse population. Canarsie Pier, our waterfront facility with ample parking, is the ideal place for a restaurant. More...

One Happy Contest Winner!

To the Editor: I want to tell you, I went to the Doo Wop Reunion Show, and it was a great show. I loved it. I won the ticket from the Canarsie Courier, and I want to thank you. I am living in Canarsie a long time. Tom More...

View From the Middle

This Year, Don’t Forget Our Troops On July 4th

View From The Middle

While we’re all out basking on the lawn or at the beach or sitting back with a beer in one hand and a hot dog in the other and observing the Fourth of July holiday Monday, please don’t forget to remember what it’s all about. More...

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Other News

Special Guests Attend Camp Opening

Now, let’s see...there were special guests at the opening of Camp Generations Tuesday at the P.S. 114 playground. There was SpongeBob SquarePants and Elmo from Sesame Street and...who’s that guy third from the left in the back row? More...

Pct. Commander Helps Arrest Stabbing Suspect

Captain Milt Marmara, commanding officer of the 69th Precinct, took an active and crucial part in the arrest of three men who had allegedly just participated in the stabbing of a 24- year-old man at the corner of Remsen and Flatlands avenues last Mo More...

Senator’s Part In Fed Corruption Probe Dropped, Says Attorney

A lawyer for State Senator Carl Kruger told The New York Post last week that charges by federal authorities against Kruger alleging he traded specific favors for political contributions had been dropped. More...

This Week's Attitude

Newseum Showcases Essence Of American Democracy

This Week’’s Atti tude

During a tour of the Newseum in Washington, DC, when visitors come to the section devoted to the First Amendment, a strange, distressing — but not so surprising — fact is revealed. More...

From The Mayor...

No New Taxes In The 2011 Balanced, On-Time Budget

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

Creating a budget – for a household, a business, or a city of 8.4 million people – is always about making tough choices. More...

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