October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Other News

Cooking Up A Storm At BHRAGS

Who said healthy food has to taste bad? More...

Gang Member Sentenced For Blinding Teen In Broad Daylight Shooting

A Flatbush man will pay for shooting a teenager in the eye - causing him to lose his eyesight - by spending 24 years behind bars. The senseless gun violence, intended for someone else, changed Gama Droiville’s life forever.  More...

Gunpoint Rapist Captured

Residents of East New York can sleep better knowing that a rapist – who attacked three women on the same day – is in police custody.  More...

New Year For Mill Basin Civic

Mill Basin Civic Association President Paul Curiale welcomed residents and local business owners to Mary Queen of Heaven Church’s Monsignor Gigantiello Hall, 1395 East 56th Street, on Tuesday for the organization’s first meeting of the 20 More...

Pennsylvania Avenue Revamp, OATH Policy Aims To Decriminalize

As he made his way to a Town Hall meeting in East New York on October 2nd, Mayor Bill de Blasio took a ride down Pennsylvania Avenue before arriving at his destination, P.S. 13, located on the same street. More...

Saving Lives One Dive At A Time

Visitors at Canarsie Pier may have seen members of the NYPD’s Emergency Services Unit (ESU) jumping off the pier on Wednesday, October 4th. More...

Civic Group Strives To Build A Stronger, United Canarsie

Can ar sie Community Development Inc. (CCDI) he ld thei r fi rst To wn Ha ll mee ting at St . Alba ns Church on Thur sday, Oc tobe r 5th. More...

Murderer To Serve Time After Fatal Shooting Of Canarsie Man

A Brooklyn man will have 20 years in prison to contemplate why he took a Canarsie man’s life. That’s the sentence that was slapped on Brian Williams, 28, of Brownsville on October 3rd, following a jury trial in August. More...

NCOs Take Aim At Firearm Presence In Canarsie

Even though crime in our community is reportedly down, Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs) with the 69th Precinct informed residents that there are still too many guns circulating in the streets.  More...

Eight Arrested In Shooting

A shooting victim, whose name was withheld, is resting in stable condition at Kings County Hospital after being hit in the buttocks on Tuesday.  More...

Child Struck By Dollar Van

A young girl is lucky to be alive after being hit by a van at Utica and Church Avenues just before 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday. More...

Headlight To Headlight Battle

Traffic was blocked on Wednesday, October 4th following an accident at the intersection of East 96th Street and Conklin Avenue, including a B82 bus on its way to Starrett City. More...

Local Leaders Reach Out to Bergen Beach Community

Members of the NYPD and representatives for local elected officials gave important updates to residents and members of the Bergen Beach Civic Association (BBCA) at their meeting on Tuesday, October 10th.  More...

Officials Bring Good News To United Canarsie South Civic Association Meeting

Finally, some results!  At this month’s United Canarsie South Civic Association (UCSCA) meeting, representatives from Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and the 69th Precinct were back to report that issues of abandoned vehicles and dumping i More...

Packed Agenda At District 22 Meeting

There was no shortage of healthy debate at the Community District Education Council 22’s (CEC 22) meeting, held on Thursday, October 5th at I.S. More...

Sanitation Department Enforces No-Posting Laws In Canarsie

Officers from the Department of Sanitation’s (DSNY) Enforcement Division have been observed throughout Canarsie in recent weeks, as they removed signs that have been illegally posted. These signs are almost always advertisements. More...

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