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Murder-Suicide Shocks Flatlands Community

East 56th Street and Farragut Road was a tragic crime scene Tuesday morning after police found that one of their own apparently shot and killed two family members before taking her own life. More...

Death From Fatal Fall

A young man fell from the fifth floor fire escape of a building located at 3210 Avenue H. According to police, the body was discovered at 6:20 a.m. on Wednesday, April 10th. More...

‘Look Who’s A Year Older And Better Than Ever!’: We’re 92!

I n 1921, two young men had a dream. They believed that Canarsie should have its own newspaper. Although other local newspapers, such as the Canarsie Weekly (c. 1896, 1904) and the Canarsie Local (c. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Feel Like Being Unsociable? Social Networking Might Be For You!

Ever since I was six years old, I loved to write. The art of arranging just the right words so that a reader is impacted by a simple story has been a longtime hobby of mine. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Anthony Weiner — Aiming To Be The Democratic Spoiler

A nthony Weiner, that prolific political force for the Democratic Party, is apparently thinking of stepping into the race for mayor, or at least the nomination of his party. More...

Special Sections

Letters/Opinion

What's your opinion?

Question: Disgraced ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner is looking to make a political comeback following a scandal that was uncovered two years ago in which he sent explicit photos to young women. More...

A Help, Or A Hinderance?

Dear Editor: More...

Sports

Canarsie Baseball Team Routes Paul Robeson, 16 – 2, In Five Innings Affair

For the second consecutive game, the Chiefs annihilated another hapless team. This time, Paul Robeson Campus High School was on the receiving end of a five-inning, 16-2, Canarsie mercy win at Canarsie Park on Tuesday afternoon. More...

CytoSport Award CEC Football With 20,000 Grant

CytoSport™, one of the largest sports nutrition companies in the U.S. More...

Keeping Athletes Safe On And Off The Field

(NewsUSA) - Basketball and bicycling rank highest for injuries among recreational sports, causing 1.5 million accidents per year. Baseball, soccer and softball follow, each with almost half a million injuries yearly, according to the U.S. More...

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