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New Computer Lab Unveiled At P.S. 279 Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

Public School 279 unveiled more than two dozen computers and other technology upgrades at a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday. More...

Precinct Launches Crackdown On Robberies In Community

Deputy Inspector Milt Marmara, commanding officer of the 69th Precinct, said last week he wants to “continue to improve upon gains the community and the precinct have made together” and keep the public informed about a recent spike in ro More...

Lady Chiefs Knocked From Playoffs After 6-0 Loss

The Lady Chiefs were knocked out of the PSAL soccer playoffs after a 6-0 loss to host Tottentville Tuesday afternoon. More...

Sports

Chiefs Lose 8-0 To Top-Ranked Railsplitters

Canarsie High School’s varsity football team went toe-to-toe with undefeated host Lincoln High School, one of the top squads in the PSAL, for most of the game last Friday evening. More...

This Week's Attitude

Voters Let Politicians Know That Eight (Years) Is Enough!

This Week’’s Attitude

As polls have shown for months, citizens are displeased with the current crop of legislators representing them, especially at the state and federal levels. More...

View From the Middle

Sometimes, Just Speaking Your Mind Can Get You Fired

View From The Middle

He’s been a familiar face and voice on television and radio for at least the past couple of decades, but, frankly, although I recognized the face in a newspaper recently, I couldn’t place the name with it. More...

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Other News

Victim Denies Bullet Grazed His Head, Then Relents

A 20-year-old man was shot while in his home on Wednesday, October 27th at about 10:30 p.m. while his girlfriend was braiding his hair, police said. More...

P.S. 114’s Fate Discussed At CEC Board Meeting

Rumors about Public School 114 closing were neither confirmed or dispelled at Tuesday’s meeting of the Community Education Council. More...

Smoky Fire In Old Mill Basin

Firefighters from local ladder and engine companies check out smoky fire along Avenue M and East 51st Street last Thursday at about 8 p.m. More...

Letters/Opinion

Question: Editor’s note: The following question was asked before these citizens voted on Tuesday: Are you voting this week because you still believe in our elected officials or are you just fed up with the state of politics today? Briefly explain.

Compiled by Bill O’Neill More...

Suggestion For Alternate Area Bicycle Path

Editor’s Note: The following letter to the City Department of Transportation was also sent to the Canarsie Courier for publication. Mr. Hayes Lord Bicycle Program Coordinator Department of Transportation Dear Mr. Lord, More...

Grateful For Halloween Treat

Dear Editor: I would like to thank Neil Friedman and the Canarsie Courier for supporting me, and for the article in the October 28th issue (“Breukelen Halloween Display Toned Down…”). More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

Creating A More Efficient City Government Through Innovation

Mayor Ed Koch once said that New York City is the place ‘where the future comes to audition.’ And that’s something our Administration takes very seriously. More...

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