March 21, 2013 RSS feed / Other News

Neighborhood Housing Services Holds Sandy Relief Workshop

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the Canarsie Recovery Coalition (CRC) was formed to assist residents in getting the necessary services needed to fully recover from the storm’s effects. More...

Youth Programs And Possible Park Problems Are Hot Topics

Many teens in the community get a bad reputation when adults say they have “nothing to do.” Sharon Devonish-Leid spoke at the March meeting of the 69th Precinct Community Council and shared a menu of programs which teens could get involve More...

Supporters Say “Maisel’s The Man”

Assemblyman Alan Maisel, along with other local dignitaries and civic leaders, gathered at the El Caribe Sunday morning to host a special fundraiser. More...

Police Looking For Armed Pair In Four-Store Robbery Spree

Surveillance photos have captured images of two men who have taken part in an armed robbery spree recently, hitting three stores in Brooklyn — two of them in Canarsie — and one in Queens. More...

Too Fast On Farragut

At around five p.m. on Sunday, March 17th, witnesses say the driver of a silver jeep ran the stop sign at Farragut Road and East 88th Street and hit a sedan heading westbound. More...

At P.S. 207 – They Want To Live Forever!

On Thursday, March 14th and Friday, March 15th, the students of P.S. 207 performed FAME in front of a sold-out audience at the school, which is located at 4101 Fillmore Avenue. More...

Unexpected Bus Stop On Ave. K

A home at the busy intersection of Avenue K and East 45th Street had an unwelcomed visitor Wednesday at about 8:45 a.m. More...

Empowerment Seminar Reaches E. Flatbush Youths

After a week of unrest, rioting, looting, and a vigil in East Flatbush in response to the fatal shooting of 16- year-old Kimani Gray on East 52nd Street near Snyder Avenue by two police officers on March 9th, Councilmember Jumaane D. More...

Armed Robber Flees Liquor Store

Police are looking for two black men who entered Wine Master Liquor Inc. and stole approximately $4,000 in cash and liquor. More...

Love And Support Grows In Community For Slain Teen

Family, friends and residents from all over have been coming to East Flatbush to pay their respects to 16-year-old Kimani Gray whose murder has sparked protests and tension between the community and the NYPD. More...

We Don't Want This Flame Broiled!

Either someone's burger was too well done or some other kitchen disaster was possibly responsible for a fire that took place last week in the Burger King at Utica Avenue and Fillmore Avenue. More...

Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Comes To Canarsie

Some say a hug and smile can make a person’s day much better, and for the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, they are necessities to bring relief to those who have survived a natural disaster. More...

Middle School Gets Technical With New Gadgets!

City Councilman Charles Barron recently contributed $30,000 in funds so that M.S. 366 students could receive new laptops. More...

Enouraging Our Children To Be Creative And Expressive

Many psychotherapists have written about children, and what impacts favorably and unfavorably on their emotional and creative growth. Among them are D.W. Winnicott, Alice Miller and Karen Horney. More...

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