June 20, 2013 RSS feed / Other News

Growing Together With The Genovesi Study Center

Over 30 science teachers participated in last week’s Professional Development workshop – known as Project Learning Tree - at the Honorable Anthony J. Genovesi Environmental Study Center in Bergen Beach. More...

Bank Robber Wanted

The New York City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a man wanted for a bank robbery and an attempted bank robbery in the confines of the 63rd and 104th Precincts. More...

We’re Honored To Support Our Community!

The Canarsie Courier was recently presented with an award by the Breukelen Tenant’s Association and the Community Beautification Love Your Block program. More...

H.E.S. Hosts Special Fundraiser

On Monday, June 10th the Hebrew Educational Society (H.E.S.) held a Benefit Cocktail Reception in the new home of Richard Mack, President of the H.E.S. Board, and his wife, Chris Mack, in support of the new H.E.S. More...

The Active Consumer

If you're ever at Canarsie Pier and wonder what's lurking out there in Jamaica Bay, there will be a special opportunity to be on the water on Sunday, June 23rd! How is this possible, you might ask. More...

Storm Survivor Is Off Of “Shakey” Ground

When Superstorm Sandy poured its wrath on Gerritsen Beach homes, many victims were forced to find temporary housing. More...

Are You Suffering From “Depersonalization Disorder?”

Many people complain of feeling as though they are in a fog, unable to concentrate and having the experience as if they had momentarily tuned out everything and everyone around them. More...

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Sweets Cause Plaque

If your child has a “sweet tooth,” there will be a penalty to pay. That penalty will be found in the form of increased dental decay. Too much sugar or sugar- sweetened foods taken too often bring on the plaque brigade. More...

Police Search For E. Flatbush Woman

The New York City Police Department is asking for the public’s help in tracking down a female who was reported missing on Thursday, June 13th within the confines of the 67th Precinct. More...

Pedestrian Dies After Accident

A Brooklyn man was arrested for hitting and allegedly killing a 53- year-old who was walking in Sheepshead Bay on Saturday, June 15th. According to reports, Karin Eberts-Ayub was found unconscious near Bragg Street just after 3 in the morning. More...

Residents Prove That They Sure Do Love Their Block!

The annual “Love Your Block” event, held last Saturday at Breukelen Houses, was a huge success. More...

They’re Raving About This Awesome School!

If you happened to pass Raven’s School at East 92nd Street and Glenwood Road on Saturday, you would have caught the colorful scene of children enjoying the beautiful day. More...

Avenue M Smash Up

About 4 p.m. Wednesday, this Toyota Camry hit a Ford E350 van on Avenue M and East 99th Street. Eyewitnesses at the scene said what most Canarsiens already know – a driver speeding through a stop sign – likely led to the accident. More...

Marine Park Civic Members Host End-Of-Year Celebration

The Marine Park Civic Association celebrated the end of another business year Tuesday evening with a party at the Knights of Columbus. More...

A Day Of Health And Wellness At Brookdale Fair

What a day for a street fair! The beautiful summer-like weather brought hundreds of people to Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center’s Annual Health/Street Fair. More...

Cyclones Show Their Support For Hurricane Sandy Survivors

Although the Cyclones’ Opening Day was a washout, many fans were true to the game and came out to Coney Island Tuesday evening. More...

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