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Second Holy Temple Rises In Basement Of Mill Basin Home

An 88-year-old retired Mill Basin man recently completed a massive scale model reproduction of the Second Holy Temple that stood in Jerusalem for almost 500 years. More...

Precinct C.O. Says “Thanks, But No Thanks” To Guardian Angels

Deputy Inspector Milt Mamara, commanding officer of Canarsie’s 69th Precinct, says he has no problem with Curtis Sliwa and his band of Guardian Angels coming here and patrolling our streets. More...

(Good Things Happen) When Dad Brings The Kids To School

Encouraging fathers to get more involved in their children’s lives, P.S. 272 hosted a special “Dads, Take Your Child to School” day Monday morning to kick off the school year. More...

Letters/Opinion

Question: With all the stores closing in various sections of the Rockaway Parkway shopping section — from Flatlands Avenue to Farragut Road — what kind of store would you like to see come into the area?

Compiled by Bill O’Neill More...

Pier Pressure

Editor’s Note: A copy of the following letter was sent to government officials. Dear Superintendent McCarthy: Canarsie Pier is a historic site. More...

Attention-Getting Front Page

Editor: Ever since I was on the front page of the Canarsie Courier ( September 9 issue), I’ve been getting a lot of attention. And I’m loving each and every second of it. More...

THIEVES GET $11,500 IN JETRO ROBBERY

Two workers from the Jetro Cash and Carry Wholesalers at 101-10 Foster Avenue were robbed of more than $11,500 in cash and checks last Monday night in the store’s parking lot. More...

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Other News

Police Investigating Canarsie Cop Cadet In Shooting

Police are saying they’re investigating some holes in the story of the Canarsie police cadet who was shot in the stomach last Saturday afternoon. More...

Police Say Suspect Shot By Home Owner In Alleged Attempted Burglary

Police said a Mill Basin home owner shot and critically wounded a 30- year-old man who was in his house allegedly burglarizing it at about 2:30 a.m. yesterday. More...

Patriotic Canarsien Donates Flag For Veterans Circle

Sonia Arana is a thoughtful person. Thoughtful, proud and patriotic. In her mind, the patriotism meets some of the specific attributes of thoughtfulness and pride when pertaining to our country and our flag and what they stand for. More...

Sports

Chiefs Crushed By Pirates, 42-20, In Season Home Opener

Canarsie High School varsity football team’s season couldn’t have gotten off to worse start against Tottenville High School last Saturday. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

Pointless Midweek Start Disrupts Public School Year

Faster than you can say “School is open, drive carefully,” over one million public school students got an immediate two-day holiday last week before classes resumed last Monday. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

When It Comes Down To It, Tolerance Is The Key

The elderly lady was trying to cross Remsen Avenue at the corner of Flatlands Avenue. It was no mean task, for traffic at that intersection is generally horrendous. More...

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