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January 13, 2005 RSS feed / Other News

2001 Canarsie High School Graduate Killed In Iraq

A 2001 high school graduate, whose family moved from Brooklyn to Kissimmee, Florida, two years ago, was killed in Iraq on New Year More...

Fire Guts Remsen Ave. Home

Firefighters prepare to enter house at 204 Remsen Avenue, near Winthrop Street, last Friday to fight a three-alarm blaze at about 11 a.m. No one was injured, according to officials, and the cause was undetermined. More...

John Wilson Students Learn Other Cultures As They Feast

As part of its continuing effort to provide a strong, positive multicultural education to all of its students, John Wilson Intermediate School 211 conducted its annual International Feast last month before the Christmas break. More...

Free Trees From Arbor Day Group

Ten free flowering trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation through January 2005. More...

Thoughts For The New Year

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Maxine Hamilton Alexander Happy New Year. When I was a little girl, the year 2005 was not a year that I thought about. Even as a young adult, 2000 and beyond seemed a mythical time and by the time we got there I More...

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Nephew Recalls Some Stories Of Old Canarsie From Late Aunt

Stories of old Canarsie similar to those told by late historian John Denton in his column in this newspaper were nostalgically brought to mind recently when another old-timer, Elizabeth Locke, passed away at the age of 89. More...

Pet Of The Week

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MY LOVE IS LIKE A RED, RED MARKER Carrie St. Michel More...

Coach Ties Lady Vikings Woes To School’s “Bad Reputation”

Despite the South Shore Lady Vikings varsity girls basketball dropping their sixth game in a row and falling to a disappointing 2-8 record after losing to George Westinghouse on Monday, South Shore head coach Anwar Gladden was somewhat upbeat. More...

Royal Flush: Toilet Brush Warning Wins Wacky “Award”

From The Associated Press DETROIT - The sign on the toilet brush says it best: More...

SSHS Student Stabbed Outside Of Classroom

A 17-year-old South Shore High School student received what were described as More...

Gun Suspect Nabbed At Pct.

When Police Officer Sean Wongsing of the 69th Precinct descended the front steps of the Foster Avenue station house last Thursday at 10:20 p.m. the last thing he expected to see was a civilian with a gun. More...

Detectives Nab Two Suspects In Separate Shooting Incidents

Detectives from the 69th Precinct Detective Squad made two significant arrests last week, both closing cases of shootings in the local area stemming back to last September. More...

Canarsien Dies After Remsen Crash

A 62-year-old Canarsien was pronounced dead at Brookdale Hospital after his car was struck by another on Remsen Avenue and Glenwood Road at 6:10 p.m. Monday, January 10, po-lice said. More...

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Burglar Roundup Time

Police from the 69th Precinct are shown rounding up a group of alleged burglars who were caught inside a house on Avenue M between East 93rd and East 94th Street last Friday at about 2 p.m. More...

Annual ‘Window’ For Medicare Sign Up Is Here

The start of a new year is a time for new beginnings, and for taking advantage of opportunities. For some older Americans, one of those opportunities may be the annual More...

Seddio Outlines Proposed “Meaningful” Albany Reforms

Assembly Member (D-Canarsie) Frank R. Seddio unveiled a comprehensive reform plan he supports that will fundamentally change for the better the way New York%27s government operates. More...

More To Being CB 18 District Manager Than Meets The Eye

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Pets Have Become Real Members Of Our Families

executive director, AC&C Ed Boks Pets have truly become members of the family. Sixty seven percent of U.S. households have at least one dog, cat, bird, or other companion animal. Many have more than one. More...

Special Pet Adoption Event Set For The Winter

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Canarsie Included In Citywide “Take A Walk, NY” Health Program

Canarsie has been included in a program sponsored by the city More...

Lady Chiefs Rebound After Sloppy Loss To Lady Wolves

The Canarsie Lady Chiefs rebounded from an inexcusable loss to Grand Street Campus last week as they defeated George Westinghouse High School on the road last Friday, then disposed of Paul Robeson High School at home on January 11. More...

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