August 8, 2013 RSS feed / Other News

Police: Brazen Brooklyn Robber Targets Older Residents

Seniors are being advised to be on the lookout for a suspect targeting elderly victims throughout this summer. The bold robber has committed multiple hold-ups on the same day, twice during this crime spree.  More...

Pedestrian Injured In East New York

According to eyewitnesses, this man was allegedly running across Linden Boulevard when he was struck by a vehicle. More...

Alleged Robber Makes Mad Dash In Georgetown

The Sprint store at Ralph Avenue was held up last week and police are still looking for an alleged suspect. According to reports, at about 3:47 p.m. More...

Going Chuck Rogers’ Way

Old friend Brian Cohen, who used to be one of the Canarsie Courier’s star production people, moved to Georgia a few years ago and took up roots in Marietta, just north of Atlanta. More...

Community Hits The Streets On National Night Out

“This is our community, and we are taking it back” is the chant you may have heard throughout Canarsie streets, as community members marched for the National Night Out Against Crime, held locally by the 69th Precinct Community Council.&nb More...

The Active Consumer

There are minor injuries that you can get through and there are those that require legal action. Whether it's a personal injury, auto accident, slip and fall or a construction accident, the Law Offices of Lisa Michael & Associates, P.C. More...

Pedestrian Struck On Flatlands Avenue

A call of a pedestrian struck came over the police scanner just before noon on Tuesday, August 6. Apparently, a Toyota Camry hit a Lexus near East 35th Street and Flatlands Avenue. More...

Through The Years At The Canarsie

Our late Managing Editor, Chuck Rogers, has had some great times during his years at the Canarsie Cou rier. More...

Taking Me Out To The Ballgame With The 69th Precinct

In a nailbiter, the 69th Precinct Community Council youth team squeezed out a victory from the jaws of defeat, 18-17. More...

How Our Childhood Experiences Lead To Neurotic Behavior

The questions my patients most frequently ask are, “Why am I so neurotic?” and “How did I get this way?” When they speak of being neurotic, they usually mean their compulsive, rigid, inflexible way of moving through life. More...

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Post-Operative Infections

If you undergo an operation in a hospital, you normally spend time in “recovery,” where you are carefully cared for to insure no “post-op” infection develops. A dentist does not have this luxury (nor does the patient).  More...

Lopsided On Linden Boulevard

An eyewitness claimed a speeding PT Cruiser hit a Toyota Corolla on Linden Boulevard and Avenue D. More...

You Can Draw Your Own Conclusion About This Program!

Some kids are hard to entertain – they’d rather sit quietly and enjoy doodling on paper instead of being physically active. More...

Three Car Jammer On East 107th Street And Avenue J

A Toyota Sienna minivan got the worst part of this three car wreck on East 107th Street and Avenue J on Wednesday, July 31st. The 5 p.m. accident involved a Honda CRV and an Exclusive transport van. More...

Suzuki Rider Not OK On Avenue K

According to eyewitnesses, a motorcycle rider may have blown a stop sign at Avenue K and East 94th Street. A Hyundai Tucson allegedly hit the Suzuki bike on Wednesday, August 7th around 10:45 a.m. More...

National Night Out Against Crime Hosted At Marine Park

Tuesday, August 6th was the annual “National Night Out Against Crime” across the country. Communities joined law enforcement officials, as well as numerous other organizations, to make their communities safer. More...

Little Old Canarsie - The Next Generation: Pop Klee

Growing up in Canarsie, I came to know some truly remarkable people. One of those people was Bill “Pop” Klee. More...

Remembering

Chuck.....

C - Charming H - Honorable U - Unique C - Courteous K - Kind   More...

Community Board 18 Tiptoes Around Budget Requests

By Sam Akhtar   The rumba, the tango and the electric slide have nothing on the beginning of the budget dance. Dust off your dancing costumes for the beginning of the budget process for Fiscal Year 2015.  More...

Courier With Chuck Rogers ~ R.I.P.

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CEC 18 Touts Summer School Program A Success

As many Canarsie students are beginning to wind down their summer vacations, the District 18 Community Education Council (CEC 18) released updates about the progress of students attending the CEC’s summer school and camp.  More...

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