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Hit And Run Driver Arrested After Killing 14-Year-Old

Deaths resulting from hit and run accidents have increased in the past few weeks. More...

Parishioners Defend Tree Dedication For Accused Pastor

Although some observers of the tree lighting ceremony at Marine Park’s Good Shepherd Church during the Christmas season were upset that the ceremony was dedicated, in part, to a former pastor who had been arrested on charges he allegedly molest More...

Injured Motorists' Accounts Differ– You Decide Who's Telling the Truth

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Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Sensitivity Doesn’t Play A Part In Hard Core Journalism

eporters – especially hungry photographers like the paparazzi – are sometimes like firefighters and policemen in action. Instead of running away from the fire, crime scene or danger, we have to run TO the scene to get all the action. More...

A Hometown View From Albany

A Hometown View From Albany

Senators Comment On Cuomo’s State Of State

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s second State of the State address was full of plaudits, hubris, and short on substance. Most of the substance will be shown later this month when he unveils his spending plan in his proposed state budget. More...

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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: In light of the two recent deadly fires – one that killed five people in a Connecticut home on Christmas Day and another that injured two tenants in a Bed-Stuy building last week – what precautions/measures are you taking to safeguard your home?

“Check all the electrical plugs. More...

Sports

Canarsie Chiefs Lose By Whopping 60 Points

Rebuilding a team in sports is often an onerous challenge, but for the Canarsie Campus Chiefs it is also a painful process. More...

South Shore Vikings Win Five In A Row

Winning is fast becoming a habit for South Shore Vikings as they continued a successful streak last week that is sure to bolster their confidence in the chase for titles this season. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Stubborn Teachers Union Lost Millions For Needy Kids

A couple of years ago, New York and about ten other Northeastern states were informed that if the regional educators would implement certain teacher evaluation standards, the U.S. More...

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