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Canarsie Woman Stabbed To Death By “Mentally Ill” Husband

Family members and neighbors were horrified – but seemingly not too shocked after 51-year-old Hazel Robinson was found stabbed to death in her East 102nd Street and Seaview Avenue home on Sunday morning, February 17th. More...

Car Fire Evacuates Flatlands Avenue Home

No injuries were reported Tuesday morning when a car caught fire inside of a garage at 9027 Flatlands Avenue between East 91 and East 92nd streets. More...

Ceremony Unveils New Technology Lab At P.S. 276

There’s nothing like getting your hands on a new gadget. Just ask the lucky students at Lewis Marshall School, P.S. 276 – where a new technology lab fully equipped with computers to tackle those tough assignments was revealed. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

The Age Old Question: When Do You Throw In The Towel?

A nyone who knows me knows that I don't take any cheap shots, often saying (and writing) things that are slightly offensive and truthful to those whom I'm addressing. More...

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ANECDOTE FLASHBACK Originally published 1/14/2010

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Sports

South Shore Championship Run Ends With Semi-final Loss To Jefferson

South Shore hoped to avenge its regular season heart-wrenching 77-74 defeat to Thomas Jefferson earlier in the month, and not suffer a repeat performance of last year’s PSAL Brooklyn borough semi-final loss, in which it lost, 52-50, to the Oran More...

Lady Chiefs Sparkling Toward Division Playoffs

Last season, the Canarsie Educational Campus girls’ basketball team posted a 10-6 record, and made it to the first round of the playoffs, losing 51-46 to Baruch College Campus. A fine season nonetheless. More...

Championship Dreams: Lady Vikings Remain Hopeful After Weekend Split

After splitting two non-league games over the weekend at the Mecca Challenge at the legendary Gauchos Gym in the Bronx, where South Shore lost to Bishop Ford Saturday and dispatched New Jersey’s Saddle River Day High School, 70-54, Sunday, coac More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Hope — Soon — For Action On Immigration Reform

Of all the proposals President Obama put forth in his State of the Union speech, it seems that the one that will work — soon — will be a concise measure on immigration reform. More...

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