June 8, 2006 RSS feed / Other News

P.S. 279 Celebrates Cultural Diversity

Take nearly 1,000 kids of just about every culturally diverse background, put them into one large venue, like a parade, give them a reason to enjoy America and all its blessings and throw in a little enjoyment of each other's company and you have the More...

Who's Got The Power?

Several thousand Con Edison customers in Brooklyn, including parts of Canarsie and surrounding communities, and across the city were without electricity for several hours late last Thursday into early Friday morning after heavy thunderstorms and seve More...

Canarsie H.S. Student Is Among Winners Of U.F.T. Scholarships

A Canarsie High School student has been named among the Brooklyn winners of the prestigious United Federation of Teachers (UFT) Albert Shanker College Scholarship award. More...

Tour de Canarsie

Ever since Mitch Pinsky assumed the role of principal at P.S. More...

Pet Of The Week

Missy (A659747) is a sweet-natured, beautiful, young miniature Doberman Pincer with lots of energy. If you are interested in adopting this or any other animal, please visit our web site at www.nycacc.org or call 1-212-788-4000. More...

College Tour

For the second consecutive year, the John Wilson Intermediate School 211 College Caravan visited several prestigious colleges and universities in New England, including Harvard, Yale, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boston University, t More...

MISSING!

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Identify Burned And Stabbed Body Found In Fresh Creek Last Week

The woman whose body was found stabbed and burned in the Fresh Creek Nature Preserve marshes recently was identified as Desiree Cherry, 36, of Crown Heights, police said. More...

One Dead, One Hurt In Separate Cycle Mishaps

The NYPD's Highway Patrol Accident Investigation Unit is collaborating with officers from the 69th Precinct as they investigate two separate crashes last Monday, one involving a bicycle and the other a motorcycle. More...

Ask The Learning Advisor

Q: My son has always done fine in school. This year, in sixth grade, everything has fallen apart. He is nearly failing in every subject. He has two different teachers-one for math and science, one for everything else. More...

Yachts Sail Past Canarsie Pier At Annual Blessing Of The Fleet

Fleet Week, which recently took place in New York City, ended, so it was time to hold the local annual nautical event - the Blessing of the Fleet on Jamaica Bay, just off Canarsie Pier. More...

Feets Don't Fail Us Now!

P.S. 115 first graders filled the school yard, as parents watched, on East 93 Street Tuesday morning and danced to a variety of music in the elementary school's annual dance festival. More...

The Active Consumer

For the past two years, Brookdale Hospital has been doing something great for the community - like providing various health screenings, teachings and even live entertainment! More...

Summer Safety Advice From The Red Cross

With school nearly over and every one ready to enjoy the crazy, hazy, lazy days of summer, the American Red Cross in Greater New York (ARC/GNY) reminds New Yorkers that it is their responsibility to remain cool and to use caution during the hot month More...

Brooklyn College Honors Alumni In Arts At Graduation

Brooklyn College celebrated its longstanding commitment to the performing arts by honoring outstanding musicians and theater professional at its 81st Commencement Exercises last Thursday on the campus quadrangle. More...

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