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SUSPECT’S DNA LEADS TO ARREST

It was just like a plot from the television series, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”: A crook drops a hat, which contains hairs from his head at a crime scene; detectives send it to the NYPD Crime Scene Unit (CSU in New York), which exam More...

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--While You’re Making That Wish...Have Some Ice Cream!

During the past month, nearly 1,300 Cold Stone Creamery locations across the country participated in a fundraising effort to benefit the Make-AWish Foundation. More...

Annual Blessing Of Animals Held At Mary Queen Of Heaven

Mary Queen of Heaven Church celebrated the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment last Saturday. More...

Seniors Saluted At Sampson’s 13th Annual Grandparents Day

An estimated one hundred senior citizens from Canarsie and surrounding communities attended State Senator John Sampson’s 13th annual Grandparents/Senior Information Day last Thursday. More...

This Week's Attitude

Pledge? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Pledge From The GOP

This Week’’s Atti tude

The Republican Party recently issued a “Pledge to America,” which, like most political agendas, is geared to sway hearts and minds of voters in midterm elections to help the GOP retake control of Congress, more than it offers earth-shatte More...

View From the Middle

Paladino Vs. The Press: Politics As A Fun Pastime

View From The Middle

Fred Dicker is a newsman’s newsman. Always has been, from ’way back in the ’80s-or-so when he began reporting from Albany as The New York Post’s “man in…” More...

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CANARSIE’S BRAVEST RESPOND TO EAST 89TH ST. FIRE

Local firefighters were dispatched to an all-hands fire in a two-family brick home on East 89th Street, near Farragut Road, Tuesday morning. More...

Students Scores, School Ratings Discussed At CEC Meeting

At this month’s Community Education Council meeting held on Monday at the District 18 office on East 95th Street, parents and community members continued to express dissatisfaction with the results for students’ performances on state exa More...

Dealing With Domestic Violence

In light of October being Domestic Violence Awareness month, a van from the Brooklyn South division of the NYPD was stationed on Glenwood Road, near East 104th Street, for several hours Tuesday night. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: There have been recent discussions about extending the school year for at least one month. Do you think this is a good idea? Briefly explain.
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From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK

Creating Jobs And Investing In New York City’s Future

We recently received some good news. According to the latest reports from the State Department of Labor, New York City is leading the nation in job growth. More...

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