November 8, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page


What's Your Opinion?

Question: How would you judge the effectiveness of government officials' and public utilities' relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy?   More...

Telling It Like It Is

Sandy Destroyed My Life, But Not My Spirit

Telling It Like It Is

Sometimes, events happen in our lives that force us to change everything – whether it’s for better or worse.  The entire weekend before Hurricane Sandy hit, the city was preparing as best as it could. More...

View From the Middle

There But For The Grace Of God…

View From The Middle

The working word in Canarsie and its environs nowadays is “devastation,” at this time in our precious, but fragile, lives. More...

Other News

Officials Discuss Recovery For Our Ravaged Community

Residents are now in the rebuilding process after Hurricane Sandy. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representatives were on hand to help answer the questions of local area residents as the rebuilding process begins in the aftermath.  More...

H.E.S. Opens Its Doors For Sandy Victims

As the city continues to rebuild in the wake of the devastation left by the Frankenstorm, Canarsie residents are finding pockets of assistance from local organizations. More...

Paying The Costs Of Sandy

Marcia Cole-Saunders has been enduring alot trying to pick up the pieces after Sandy. Her home, located at 1154 East 103rd Street, was ravaged by over three feet of water from the freakish October 29th, Mon-day storm.  More...

Special Sections

Copyright© 2000 - 2017
Canarsie Courier Publications, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Click here for digital edition
2012-11-08 digital edition