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Crime Statistics Up In The City, But “Not Too Bad” Here

Although late reports indicate a slight upsurge in crime throughout the city, Canarsie and the surrounding 69th Precinct area has kept a “pretty good” record, especially during the summer months, according to statistics. More...

119-Year-Old Ex-Firehouse May Finally See Wrecking Ball

A building that was the firehouse for Canarsie’s famous volunteer fire department at the turn of the 20th century will soon be torn down, according to authorities, and a local historian is blasting the building’s owner, the city’s l More...

First Grader Exceeds Summer Challenge By Reading Over 100 Books

While some children may have spent their summer at a local camp or traveling outside the community, 6-year-old Noah Dockery was ensconced in a literary challenge, which resulted in reading 101 books in only a month and a half. More...

View From The Middle

For Want Of A “Boss” Democrats Dropped The Ball

Meade Esposito is turning over and over and over (at least three times) in his grave. So is Tony Genovesi. More...

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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: Do you think the 2011 division-leading New York Yankees will win the American League pennant and bring another world championship back to New York City? Briefly explain.
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Sports

Chiefs Bulldoze Brooklyn Tech, 26-6, In Home Opener

For the second straight week, not many PSAL football insiders picked Canarsie Campus High School varsity football team to win again. More...

Guest Column

A Hometown View From Albany

Death Penalty Still Under Discussion In Albany

Uttering the phrase death penalty or capital punishment conjures up different images for different people. More...

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