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ANECDOTE FLASHBACK Originally published 6/19/2009

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Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Shame On The MTA For Hosting Heartless Hearings

No longer residing within walking distance of Canarsie Courier headquarters, I'm starting to feel the blow to my wallet when it comes to filling my MetroCard on a weekly basis.  More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Sandy: Where, Ultimately Leadership Counted Most

Now that we’ve had occasions of trauma visiting us in rapid succession — Hurricane/ Superstorm Sandy and that horrible nor’easter directly on its tail — it’s time to revisit our leadership and the effectiveness of our el More...

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ThePollingDay My LifeSite Pandemonium Leads To Calls For Reform

Long lines and confusion over polling site locations and procedures continue to dog the New York City Board of Elections. On Tuesday, November 6th, New Yorkers exercised their right to vote and since then have been venting their frustration.  More...

Local Precinct Working Harder To Protect Abandoned Homes

Hundreds of Canarsiens who lost power and were flooded out of their homes during and after Hurricane Sandy are reportedly most at risk for being victims of theft.  Police from the 69th Precinct said that many residents in Seaview Village, near F More...

Volunteers Battle Back From Sandy

Hurricane Sandy ripped trees like weeds, caused extensive power outages, destroyed homes and unleashed basins and bodies of water causing massive flooding on October 29th. More...

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