September 23, 2004 RSS feed / Other News

Thousands Attend Funeral For Slain Detective

Thousands of police officers, not only from New York City and local areas, but from throughout the country attended the funeral for Detective Robert Parker at the Christian Cultural Center on the border between Canarsie and East New York last Friday. More...

My daughter still confuses the letter More...

The Caribbean Cultural Theatre

Time Flies More...

I FOUND MYSELF SAYING YES Margaret J. Giannini, M.D. ©1996

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Recent Work History Included In Eligibility For Social Security Benefits Social Security

Steve Beck Manager, Canarsie Office

Q: I have three statements from different doctors saying that I am 100 percent disabled. However, Social Security tells me I am not eligible for disability benefits because I do not have enough coverage. Actually, I have 40 More...

Study Confirms GOP Policies Are Undermining Health Care: Towns

Congressman Ed Towns recently pointed to a new report documenting the drop in employer-based health insurance nationwide as more evidence that the misguided policies of the current Administration and the Republican led Congress are not working. More...

State Of the Game

Last Friday night, the Yankees and Red Sox reversed roles. It was the Yankees blowing a one-run lead in the ninth inning, while the Red Sox for once actually demonstrated a killer instinct they have so often lacked. More...

Canine Aggression: What To Do

Occasionally, and thankfully, rarely we read about a tragic dog mauling of a resident in New York City. Fatal dog attacks are rare, but irresponsible human behavior that leads to dangerous dog aggression is all too common. More...

Chinese Food — As We Know It — Is American As Apple Pie

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Comptroller Probing “Illegal” Opening Of Composting Sites At Parks

Spring Creek composting site, Flatlands Avenue near Fountain Avenue is now closed. Charles Rogers More...

Govt. Agencies Alert College Students Targeted For Scams

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA), partnering with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Northeast Regional Office, today launched Consumer Campus More...

Kerry Meets Fidler & Family During Brooklyn Whistle Stop

City Council Member Lew Fidler, second from left, recently joined Democratic Presidential Nominee Senator John Kerry during a campaign visit to Brooklyn. The two are joined by members of Lew More...

The Active Consumer

Attention all old and new Canar-siens! If you really care about what More...

NY, Other States Sue Over Pesticide Use In Public Housing

New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and five other state attorneys general today filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) over the agency More...

Sanit Dept. Residential Routing Enforcement To Begin Sept. 27

Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty recently announced enforcement of the new Residential, Enforcement Routing Program law beginning next Monday, September 27. More...

Sports

NFL FORECAST-WEEK 3 September 26-27

(* denotes home team) (Sunday) *Atlanta 30Arizona 13 More...

Pet Of The Week

This 10-month, 7 lb. Siamese is cream and chocolate with blue eyes and loves to cuddle. He More...

Want To Be A “Pet Parent?”

(NAPS)-Imagine the following job description: Candidate needed for long-term, challenging yet rewarding position. More...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Focuses On Prevention & Early Detection

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer accounts for one out of every three cancer diagnoses in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society; it is the second leading cause of cancer death in women after lung cancer. More...

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