February 3, 2011 RSS feed / Other News

Lou’s Controversial Pen Pal

If you ask Canarsien Lou Schlamowitz how many people in high places he has corresponded with, there are too many to count. But one of those on the top of his list will be Hosni Mubarik, right, the controversial president of Egypt. More...

Warning To Property Owners

Due to the recent heavy snowfall and icy conditions, the Department of Buildings advises all property owners to safely remove ice and snow from roofs, overhangs, and awnings. More...

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Maisel Warns About High-Interest Tax Refund Anticipation Loans

As we approach tax season, many working families have been hit hard by the recession, and will look to their tax return for much-needed cash. More...

Mayor Rips Teacher Seniority In Speech To Local Parishioners

While he attended services last Sunday morning, Mayor Bloomberg told a packed house at the Christian Cultural Center, on Flatlands Avenue, that unless the rules changed to firing teachers based on performance and not seniority, the city may have to l More...

Rep. Towns Issues Statement On Protests In The Middle East

Congressman Ed Towns, whose 10th Congressional District covers parts of Canarsie, this week issued the following statement regarding the protests in Egypt: More...

Floppy-Eared Critter Overshadows Groundhog

This Flemish giant rabbit resides at the Prospect Park Zoo and will be in the spotlight now that Groundhog Day has passed. More...

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