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Sebago Canoe Club Hosts Inaugural Nautical Invitational

They came to Jamaica Bay from far and wide. More...

Another Errand Of Mercy Returns From Haiti

When registered nurse Mercedes Narcisse went to Haiti in February with the National Organization for the Advancement of Haiti (NOAH), she knew she had to return to help victims of the January 14th earthquake, which left millions homeless, ill and des More...

River Manor “Matriarch” Celebrates Her 106th Birthday

Despite the continuing heat wave, the outdoor heat index never reached triple digits this week. More...

This Week's Attitude

Abolishing NYPD Database Will Remove The Usual Suspects

This Week’’Attitude

Despite political pressure to veto the bill, Governor David Paterson did the right thing when he signed legislation last Friday that prohibits the NYPD from electronically storing personal information of anyone stopped and frisked, but subsequently r More...

View From the Middle

Truth May Set White House Press Secretary Free

View From The Middle

Robert Gibbs is in trouble. Up ’til now, the White House press secretary has been pretty good. More...

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BRUSH FIRE OFF JAMAICA BAY

Land and sea-based New York City firefighters were dispatched Sunday evening to fight brush fires near the Pennsylvania Avenue landfill. More...

Boy Shot In Leg While Bike Riding In E. Flatbush

According to representatives of NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne, there has not yet been an arrest in the case of the nine-year-old boy who was caught in the middle of a gunfight and shot in the leg last Friday in East Flatbush. More...

Letters/Opinion

Question: The Readers Digest recently sent undercover reporters to 35 countries around the world to find the most courteous city and New York came out on top — above London, Moscow and Toronto. What are your thoughts on the subject?
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From The Mayor...

Making Investments In City’s Future

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK

Last week we got a glimpse of what the future of New York City is going to look like: Electric cars that can be charged in stations throughout the city, water usage that can be checked remotely on your smart phone, and a Number 7 subway line that wi More...

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