January 19, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page


Canarsie Chiefs Losses Soar To 12

While the losses continue to pile up, Canarsie Campus Chiefs coach Michael Mastrogiovanni is not giving up hope even as his basketball team plummeted to a 12-0 record following three defeats last week.  More...

Thomas Jefferson Halts Vikings Winning Streak

A chain is only as good as its weakest link. More...

Lady Vikings In Dramatic Comeback Over St. Anthony’s

South Shore trailed for most of its game against St. Anthony’s, one of the top teams on Long Island girl’s basketball scene. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Shocking Marine Videotape Reflects Horrors Of War

Mom and dad always taught me to “never hate anyone.” It was okay to dislike intensely and, yes, to, maybe, “hate” the devil (him or herself) or maybe Adolph Hitler, but that was as far as disliking things went. More...

Special Sections

Charred Body Recovered From Trash After Marine Park Fire

When firefighters responded to a blaze at 2171 Hendrickson Street in Marine Park early Thursday morning, they diffused a garbage fire quickly but found something unexpected in the charred pile - a dead body.  More...

Other News

Man Found Stabbed To Death In E. 88th Street Home

The body of a 59-year-old man was found in the basement of his East 88th Street home Thursday night, January 12th. Authorities are questioning his sister's ex-boyfriend in relation to the case.  More...

Father Of Missing Starrett City Boy Shot In Home Invasion

While authorities are still looking for Patrick Alford, the Starrett City youngster who went missing two years ago on January 23rd, his father, Patrick Alford, Sr., was allegedly the victim of a home invasion on Monday afternoon.  More...

A Fidler On The Stump – Councilman Launches Senate Campaign

Four-term City Councilman Lew Fidler announced his candidacy to fill the 27th District state senate seat vacated last month when Carl Kruger pled guilty to corruption charges.  More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Being Grateful For The Luxuries Our Community Provides

Last Thursday marked the two year anniversary of the horrific earthquake in Haiti that left thousands homeless, sick and displaced throughout their beloved communities.  More...

A Hometown View From Albany

A Hometown View From Albany

State Legislative Session Begins; New Campaigns Kick Off

New $132.5 Billion Budget Decreases By .2 Percent Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled his $132.5 billion spending plan on Tuesday, closing a $3 billion deficit. More...

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