July 7, 2011 RSS feed / Other News

Precinct Wall Painting Will Be Tribute To Fallen Police Officers

It’s just a beginning, but by the time artist Kenny Altidor finishes with the series of images he’s painting on the wall along Rockaway Parkway adjacent to the 69th Precinct station house, the public will see pictures of some of the falle More...

Law Expansion Requires Motorists To Move It On Over

Legislation requiring drivers to slow down and move over for tow trucks was recently sent to Governor Andrew Cuomo for approval. More...

YESTERDAY & TODAY

Before Canarsie High School’s athletic field expanded in the mid-1970s, a Power House (left photo) was located at East 95th Street and Avenue J. More...

Annual Free Summer Concert Series Begins Monday

Beginning July 11th and through August 22nd, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz will host the 33rd annual Seaside Summer Concert Series in Coney Island and the 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. More...

“Sexting” Topic At 69th Oct. Council’s Final Meeting

Between the dangers of cyberbullying and the recent attention given to a type of social networking — sexting — local politicians are passing various measures to minimize and eliminate the problems of technology that can become a threat. More...

Maisel: Assembly Bill Helps Cut Families’ Autism Costs

Every day, thousands of New York families are faced with the challenge of caring for a child diagnosed with autism, and every day many of those same families worry that their child’s medical treatment may not be covered by their insurance. More...

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Holy Family Pastor Shuns Award From Senator Over Gay Marriage Law

Rev. John Amann, center, pastor of Holy Family Church, gently refuses an honorary award being presented to him last week at the meeting of the Informed Voices Civic Association. More...

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