April 3, 2014 RSS feed / Other News

Anniversary Of Murder Yields No Answers

It’s been two years since off-duty NYPD Auxiliary Officer Francky Aleger’s lifeless body was found in the middle of a Canarsie street.  More...

C.O. Says Look For Unfamiliar Towing Companies

Car thefts are on the rise in Canarsie, but Commanding Officer of the 69th Precinct Captain Norman Grandstaff said suspicious towing companies are the culprits.  More...

Local Businesswoman Receives Achievement Award

Constance “Connie” M. Cincotta was honored at City Hall Monday night in celebration of Women’s History Month. More...

Cops Crack Down On Copper Wire Crooks

Police may have finally caught the criminals responsible for stealing tools and construction materials from empty homes in Canarsie.  More...

Alternate Side Parking Signs Sport A New Look

Remember a few years back when all the city street signs were replaced with “mixedcase” signs (a combination of lowercase letters with initial uppercase letters)? More...

Glenwood Mason Supply –– One Brick At A Time

Spring is here - although it may not feel like it – and before you know it, winter-weary folks will be doing their spring cleaning and getting their homes ready for house parties and backyard barbecues. More...

The Active Consumer

It looks like Mother Nature's finally decided to warm things up!!!  More...

It Was All Fun And Games With St. Bernard Church

On Thursday evening, March 27th, the El Caribe Catering Hall was transformed into the game show capital of Brooklyn. Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello, of St. More...

Teens In The Bayview Houses Area Targeted

Three armed robberies have taken place within the past month in and around Bayview Houses. More...

Officers Recognized For Making Robbery Arrest In Mill Basin

Two police officers with the 63rd Precinct received awards for packing a one-two punch on area crime.  More...

This Tree Does Not Grow In Brooklyn

Since Hurricane Sandy, the Department of Parks & Recreation has cut down scores of unhealthy trees in the Canarsie area but this tree on East 86th Street near Farragut Road couldn’t wait fo More...

Fresh Creek Gets A Fresh New Look

Hurricane Sandy tore through Canarsie with a fury back in October 2012. More...

They Just Couldn’t Have It “Their Way”!

It seemed like a dangerous duo couldn’t find the value menu they were looking for.  Police are still looking for the two men who attempted to hold up an East New York Burger King on Thursday, March 20th.  Reports state that the pair e More...

Civic Association Honors Dozens At Annual Installation Event

The Mill Basin Civic Association celebrated achievements of local students and community members at their recent installation ceremony. The ceremony opened with performances by Mary Queen of Heaven’s D4C and the I.S. More...

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