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ARREST 5 SUSPECTS IN HOME INVASION

Police from the 69th Precinct put their resources and expertise together and arrested five suspects in an alleged armed home invasion last week. More...

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Local Students Help Other Children “To Heal The World”

By Marianna Hernandez Diana’s Zaragoza’s kids are not just regular elementary school kids, they are something else. These youngsters are performers, writers, actors, “wannabe” doctors, lawyers; you name it. More...

Students Get First ‘Xposure’ To The Stock Market

Fifty elementary school students (grades Kindergarten through second grade) are proud stockholders of various blue chip and Fortune 500 companies thanks to the Xposure After School Program. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: Would you be willing to pay higher taxes to prevent the elimination of 4,000 teachers that is projected in the city’s new budget? If not, briefly explain what you would suggest instead to reduce the deficit.
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This Week's Attitude

The End Of The World Was Neither Here Nor Nigh

This Week’ s Attiitude

Did you feel the Earth move under your feet as the seconds passed 6 p.m. on Saturday? Me neither. We’re still here — not that I expected not to be. Besides, if the end came, you wouldn’t be reading this. More...

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Other News

Popular Getty Station Robbed

Two men wielding black handguns antered the popular Getty Service Station at the corner of Rockaway Parkway and Flatlands Avenue Monday and, after locking the lone attendent in the lavatory, escaped with approximately $600, police said. More...

Community Board Addresses Pros & Cons Of Construction Projects

Development was the topic of the evening for Community Board 18’s May meeting as representatives of the Marine Park Civic Association and the City Parks Department came to discuss two very different sides of current construction projects. More...

P.S. 272 Kids Take A Walk For The Cure

Virtually hundreds of students from P.S. 272 walked around the school yesterday for the Third Annual Walk To Cure Juvenile Diabetes. More...

From The Mayor...

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK...

Prescription Program Helps New Yorkers Afford Medicine

Over the past nine years, our Administration has worked hard to increase the number of New Yorkers with health insurance. As a result, we’ve enrolled more than three million New Yorkers in health insurance programs. More...

View From the Middle

Those 1967 Boundaries Are History, Mr. Obama...

View From The Middle

I t was refreshing to hear Rep. Anthony Weiner remark after President Obama’s speech on the Middle East in general and Israel in particular last week: “Remind me again — why did the ’67 borders change?” More...

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