September 9, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

Caribbeans On Parade

This is one of the hundreds of dazzling costumes on display along Eastern Parkway during Monday More...

Sights And Sounds Of The Caribbean Highlight Annual Parade

Hundreds of thousands of people took part or watched Monday More...

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled Tonight For Some Local Areas

To reduce mosquito activity and to help control West Nile Virus, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) will spray pesticide from trucks on parts of Staten Island and Brooklyn from 7:30 P.M. More...

Town Hall Meeting Tonight To Address Housing Violations

Assemblyman Nick Perry will host a Town Hall Meeting tonight, Sep-tember 9, to address the imminent inspection of homes by the City De-partment of Buildings that could result in More...

NYers Can Commemorate 9/11/01 By Helping Others

New York Cares is providing a wide range of volunteer opportunities for New Yorkers who wish to honor the victims of September 11 by helping others. More...

Special Exhibit Celebrating New York’s Jewish Immigrants Opens Next Week

For 350 years, New York City has been a haven for Jewish immigrants from around the world, a sanctuary where people in need can live safely, free from the fear that drove them to our shores. More...

South Shore Grad Stationed With Marines In Central Iraq

Marine Corps Pvt. Joseph F. More...

The Active Consumer

The kids have had all summer to relax and do nothing. Next week, they More...

Chains Of Love Or Abuse?

Dogs are social animals with a deeply ingrained need for contact with either human beings or other dogs. When a dog is tethered (chained) outside, it does not receive the socialization it needs to maintain its mental health. More...

Around The Horn

Out Like a Lamb Perhaps one of the best things to happen to the Astros this season occurred when Morgan Ensberg had to leave a game with back spasms; since, Phil Garner has found that he has a superior third baseman in Mike Lamb, and the Astros h More...

The supply list that was sent home by the school for the coming school year seems a bit extensive.

It asks for colored folders, markers, a calculator, and various other items. Why do I need to purchase all of these items right now? More...

“Abusive” Husband Slain In BayView Apartment: Cops

A woman who allegedly killed her husband at 1:30 a.m. Sunday, left his body in a hallway near her living room in the BayView Houses project and went to sleep, finally calling police at 8:30 a.m. More...

Kin, Police Vow To Keep Canarsie Cop Killer In Jail

Scotch taped on a stairwell wall at the 69th Precinct station house on Foster Avenue is a typed memo urging police officers, their friends and families to write to authorities to keep a Canarsie cop killer in prison. More...

Jubilant Caribbeans Celebrate Their Islands’ Heritages

Since it began in Harlem 37 years ago, the West Indian Day Parade has grown into New York City More...

P.A.L. Celebrates 90th Anniversary

The Police Athletic League (PAL) is celebrating its 90th year of providing Brooklyn More...

Borough Libraries Began Fall Hours This Week

The Brooklyn Public Library, its Central Library and neighborhood branches began fall hours of service this week. More...

IF YOU THINK YOU CAN, YOU CAN

IF YOU THINK YOU CAN, YOU CAN Christine Van Loo(c)2003 More...

Now You Can Just Click And Sign To Apply For Your Social Security Benefits

Applying for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits just got easier. More...

Pet Corner

Pet Of The Week

My name is Matareka. It More...

Get Out And Exercise With Your Pet

(NAPSI)-Have you ever considered a jogging partner with four legs, a wet nose and wagging tail? If the answer is no, the next time you hit the pavement you might want to consider grabbing a leash and taking man More...

69th Pct. Council Baseball Players Get End Of Season Rewards

When the 69th Precinct Community Council More...

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