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Stepfather Charged With Murder After Melee

A heated argument turned deadly when a Breukelen Houses resident allegedly shot his stepson inside their East 103rd Street apartment Monday evening. More...

Local Dems Eyeing Kruger's Vacant Senate Seat

Politically speaking, the year 2011 ended on a sour note for the communities of Mill Basin, Marine Park, Mill Island, Bergen Beach, parts of Sheepshead Bay and the surrounding areas with the abdication of Carl Kruger as senator from the 27th Senatori More...

Children In Need Receive Gifts At I.S. 211 From “Secret Santa”

It was no secret that Intermediate School 211’s library was filled with hundreds of generously donated gifts for some lucky teens. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

The Year In Review: All-In-All, It Wasn’t Bad

As the Canarsie Courier started its 91st year, we found that 2011 wasn’t too bad; not the greatest, but not too bad. More...

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Sports

Vikings Take Out Paul Robeson For A Three-Win Streak

It was like the calm after the storm, but the result remained constant as South Shore Vikings chalked up their third victory in a row in the PSAL Boys Brooklyn AA basketball competition last Thursday. More...

King Wins Royally For Canarsie Campus

Shenika King has a major ambition to join one of the heavyweights of college track and field at Rutgers. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Some Holiday Gifts Children Need Are The Ones That Change Lives

Since 1947, the U.S. Marine Corps have been operating their Toys For Tots program and distribute millions of new toys to needy children. Local organizations and politicians have helped this program, which is in its prime during the Christmas season. More...

A Hometown View From Albany

A Hometown View From Albany

Our Long Community Nightmare Is Over

When Carl Kruger announced his guilty plea on Tuesday, December 20, before Jed Rakoff, a United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, the 62-year old lawmaker broke down and cried – wept like a little boy. More...

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