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Bildersee Students Get Free Computers To Take Home

Thanks to a national non-profit program, almost 200 Isaac Bildersee Intermediate School students are getting free computers to take home. More...

Lakeside Didn’t Forget To Co-Host National Memory Screening Day

With the first baby boomers turning 65 in January, there’s a growing national concern about an increase in Alzheimer’s disease and other memory related problems for America’s aging population. More...

How’s Your Child’s School Doing? Ask Education Dept.

With recent news of Public School 114 in danger of closing, parents of children in other community schools may be wondering: “Is my child’s school next?” More...

This Week's Attitude

Derek Jeter’s Value To Yankees Goes Beyond Field Of Play

This Week’s Attitude

The New York Yankee faithful were disappointed when the team went into early hibernation last month, but Bomber fans anxiously await the fates of the “Core Four” veterans — shortstop Derek Jeter, catcher Jorge Posada, relief-pitchin More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK ...

Transforming And Improving New York City’s School System

The ancient Greeks, in their wisdom, believed that only at evening could you recognize how wonderful the entire day had truly been. More...

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City Pulls Grants To Local Civic Youth Center

With talk of the possibility that Canarsie’s oldest school, P.S. More...

Help Turn On Ave. L Holiday Lights

The Avenue L Merchants Association is appealing to Canarsiens and members of surrounding communities to contribute to help fund its Christmas Lights Campaign and Toy Drive this year. More...

Letters/Opinion

Question: Senator Charles Schumer has called on the State Liquor Authority to join other states and immediately ban caffeinated alcoholic beverages from being sold in New York State, after a Long Island teen died from drinking one brand. Do you agree? Briefly explain.
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Editorial Insensitivity

Dear Editor: Who has the final say on what goes in your paper? Because whoever it is needs to be more than slapped on the wrist for printing the picture of the man on the sidewalk. How insensitive can you be? More...

“You Made A Difference”

Dear Ms. Rosa: On behalf of our Board, our staff, and our clients, I thank you once again for your generous support of Memory Walk 2010. More...

View From the Middle

“New” Administration Is Reverting To The Same Old Tactics

View From The Middle

Frankly, I thought there would be more of a “to do” about the latest wool-pulling over our eyes by the White House when a report was issued last week that they allegedly out-and-out lied about a ban on new oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexi More...

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