November 29, 2012 RSS feed / Other News

Second Trial Continues In Case Of Man Accused Of Hammer Death Here

After calling for a mistrial two months ago, a second trial in the bludgeoning death of a recent high school graduate by her stepfather in 2011 is currently taking place in Brooklyn Supreme Court. More...

Church Volunteers Offer Encouragement In The Midst Of Tragedy

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Real Life Church parishioners, along with their Canarsie families, lost vehicles and clothing. Some are now living with others because their homes were deemed unsafe. More...

Would-Be Teen Thief Charged

A 17-year-old was arrested Tuesday afternoon when he attempted to rob a home at 1447 East 95th Street. According to police reports, the alleged thief was caught in the act by a neighbor at the location. More...

Perry Urges Flood Victims To Be Aware Of Scammers

As Canarsie residents continue the painful process of bringing their lives and properties back to normalcy following the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy’s floods, they are urged to be on the alert for scammers. More...

Sanit Men Don’t Sleep On These Cleanup Jobs

Thousands of residents didn’t have to be asleep to be affected by the nightmares they encountered as Hurricane Sandy tore through the community on October 29th. More...

Critical Repairs On East 80th Street After Water Main Bursts

Residents on East 81st Street near Avenue K called 311 last week when they noticed water bubbling from a crack in the street. The Department of Environmental Protection responded shortly after and flushed out the sewer near the water main break. More...

Senior Center Residents Gobble Up A Good Time Before Thanksgiving

Those who spent time at Sunrise Adult Health Care Center, at 9517 Avenue J last week, probably thought it was the very first Thanksgiving! More...

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