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BULLETS FLY NEAR AVENUE M

Police from the 69th Precinct responded to a call shortly after 2 a.m. last Saturday that a man had been shot while walking on East 82nd Street near Avenue M. More...

Top Stories

Trees Fall On East 95th St. In Aftermath Of Windstorm

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B-82 Bus Route Gets Services Changes, Limited Stops

New York City Transit last week introduced B82 limited-stop bus service during the weekday morning and evening rush hours between Coney Island and Spring Creek. Limited-stop service saves time for commuters who travel longer distances. More...

Terminal Market Among Issues At Community Board Meeting

Following a summer hiatus, Community Board 18’s Chairperson Sol Needle and District Manager Dorothy Turano welcomed everyone back at the Kings Plaza Community Room last week. More...

Sports

Chiefs Lose Thriller To Kangaroos; Fall To 0-2

Canarsie High School varsity football squads’ youth and inexperienced showed against Boys and Girls as penalties, turnovers and dropped passes marred the team in Sunday’s tilt at Old Boys and Girls High School Field. More...

This Week's Attitude

Primary Voting Snafus Need Quick Fix Before Election Day

This Week’’s Atti tude

The low turnout for New York City’s September 13th Primary Day was hardly a surprise. More...

View From the Middle

To Edwin Newman, Being Correct Was THE Thing!

View From The Middle

Ialways called him “Mr. Newman,” and he liked that. He was my friend, Mr. Edwin Newman was. He was my mentor. Although I hadn’t seen him nor worked with him for decades, I feel he remembered me, and I surely remember him. More...

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Other News

Two Robbers Hit Glenwood Rd. Chicken/Pizza Shop

It was shortly after midnight last Saturday when two thieves robbed the popular Crown Fried Chicken & Pizza Restaurant at 103-09 Glenwood Road, just across the street from the Breukelen Houses development. More...

Suspect’s Name In $6,000 Robbery Is Revealed

The name of the suspect in a home invasion here on August 25th was revealed last week and police are asking for the help of the public in finding him. More...

Man Shoots Would-Be Burglar In His Home

When it comes to gun laws, Larry Goldstein, 63, of Mill Basin, could be a poster boy for the National Rifle Association these days. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Do you think the Mexican television sports reporter incited the harassment she recently received from New York Jets’ players with her provocative outfits or were the players’ alleged comments improper because she has the right to dress however she wants on the job?

Compiled by Bill O’Neill More...

‘Ed Towns Has Been In Congress 28 Years Too Long’

Editor: I write this to my fellow residents of Brooklyn with the hopes of waking them up regarding Congressman’s Towns 28 years of incumbency. More...

Thanks For The Attention

Editor: I want to thank you for publishing the photograph of me receiving an award from Health Plus at KeySpan Park, in your Sept. 16th issue. I was elated when I read the paper. More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK

Preparing More College-Bound Students in City Schools

When I was growing up, a high school diploma was often all you needed to get a good job and start a good career. But in today’s increasingly competitive global economy, a high school degree just doesn’t cut it anymore. More...

Guest Column

Obama Is Wrong to Sell Arms to the Saudis: Weiner

The decision by President Obama to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia is wrong. More...

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