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Help Turn On Ave. L Holiday Lights

The Avenue L Merchants Association is appealing to Canarsiens and members of surrounding communities to contribute to help fund this year’s Christmas Lights Campaign and Toy Drive.   More...

Clothing/99-Cent Glenwood Rd. Store Robbed At Gunpoint

Police from the 69th Precinct reported that last week four men — one with a handgun — robbed a store just around the corner from one of the busiest intersections in the community at one of the busiest times of the day.   More...

Civic Group Addresses Opinions On Local Problems

What’s wrong with Canarsie? More...


What's Your Opinion?

Question: If you were going to fly, which security check would you prefer at the airport: a body scan, which is like an X-ray, or a pat down by a government security staffer? Briefly explain.
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Improving The City’s Transportation Network

In a city as big and bustling as New York, the ease with which people can get around town quickly and comfortably is a key factor in our quality-oflife – and our economic competitiveness. More...

Guest Column

U.S. Must Come To The Aid Of Its 9/11 Heroes

On Sept. 11, 2001, when thousands of innocent men and women lost their lives, tens of thousands more came to their assistance.  More...

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Trio Of P.S. 233 Fifth Graders Named Students Of Month

Michael Edquilan is a highly motivated and conscientious student, according to his Class 5SOAR-405 teacher Jeanine McCrae. More...

South Shore Student Bowls Over Competition For City Title

South Shore High School junior Gary Pacheco bowled an impressive 714 in three games, besting a field of 48 competitors at the PSAL Boys’ individual championships last week at Maples Lanes in Brooklyn.   More...

Scouts Pitch In With Food Drive

Demonstrating their generosity during the holiday season, local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scout troops recently hosted their annual food drive at Flatbush Avenue and Avenue T. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

Stalling On 9/1 Health Care Bill Is Callous And Irresponsible

Last week, just before the November 16th deadline, more than 10,000 rescue and recovery workers who sued New York City seven years ago over health damages they claimed after the 9/11 recovery efforts agreed to a settlement totaling more than $625 mil More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

A Hero In Our Midst; Can You Believe It? A REAL Hero!

It’s not often you get to see a real, live hero, although Sgt. Salvatore Giunta looks the part and acts the part — and most certainly exhibits every characterization of the word. More...

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