January 24, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page


What's your opinion?

Question: What do you think about the school bus strike that has affected 152,000 city kids? How has this affected your child’s travel to school?   More...

Still ‘Pier-ing’ For Answers

Dear Editor,  More...

Hail To The Mail!

Dear Editor,  I would like to thank the Postmaster and the Canarsie Courier, who were instrumental in placing our mailbox at the corner of Skidmore and Rockaway Parkway.  Thank you,  Jacqueline Proctor   More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Hey Canarsie – The Media Gives Attention To Those Doing The Most Squeaking!

Every meeting I've attended in the past month consists of residents who say Canarsie isn't getting enough support from the media or the city when it comes to showing who suffered the most from Hurricane Sandy. More...

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Other News

Mill Basin’s Chabad House Rebuilds After Sandy

Since Hurricane Sandy, a call for donations and other assistance has gone out around the Jewish community to save the Chabad House of Mill Basin.  More...

Plumb Beach Resident Is Thankful For Occupy Sandy Aid

A steady stream of supplies continues to flow from a large trailer on Emmons Avenue as Occupy Sandy, an offshoot of Occupy Wall Street, is aiding many families in their recovery from Hurricane Sandy.  More...

Save Our Streets Messengers Fight Gun Violence

“We got a call!” Lavon Walker announced as a tip came in to the Save Our Streets (S.O.S.) Crown Heights office of potential gunplay at Albany Avenue. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

The Obama Inauguration: “Human” And Something Special

Despite some naysayers who thought the festivities would be “tedious” at least and “repetitive” at best, the pomp and ceremony displayed at Monday’s Inauguration in Washington were, as expected, magnificent.  More...

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