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ASD Program Finds A Place To NEST At Marine Park Jr. High School

State Senator Martin Golden and City Councilman Lew Fidler issued separate statements last week to announce that the city’s Department of Education (DOE) has approved the the NEST program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for pla More...

After 15 Months, Police Still Have No Leads On Missing Boy

Some Starrett City residents were more puzzled than alarmed last week by the sizeable police presence in their community. More...

Dr. Seuss Classics Read At Early Childhood Center Opening

The magic and wonder of Dr. Seuss kicked off last month’s opening of the new PS/IS 66 Early Childhood Center. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: With the opening of the baseball season last week, do you think New York’s teams, the Yankees and the Mets, will make the playoffs this year? Why or why not?
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Other News

State Spares Glenwood Senior Center From Budget Ax

When the 2011-2012 New York State budget was finished last week, a small portion — $22 million — restored funding to avert the closure of over 100 senior centers across the five boroughs. More...

CEC Meeting Tackles National Issue — Childhood Obesity

In efforts to address issues beyond the classroom, the District 18 Community Educational Council’s (CEC) monthly meeting this week dealt with a topic that even has the concern of First Lady Michelle Obama — childhood obesity. More...

Landlords Face Harsher Bedbug Penalties

NEW YORK (AP) — Despite the itchy rise to prominence of bedbugs around New York City, officials have long been limited in what they could do to get negligent landlords to address the spread of the minuscule critters. More...

This Week's Attitude

Budget’s Complete, But NY Legislators’ Work Is Far From Done

This Week’’ s Attiitude

You’d think New York’s state legislators accomplished some sort of miracle last Thursday when they passed a timely state budget. More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK...

Disputing Parking Tickets Is Now Easier And More Efficient

When New Yorkers talk to me about improving the quality-of-life, one topic that always comes up is parking tickets. More...

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