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Letters/Opinion

Recognizing Effective Rebuilding Efforts

Dear Editor,   I’m writing in response to a quote by Community Board 18 District Manager Dorothy Turano in the article “A Big CB18 Concern” in the November 27, 2014 edition of your paper.  More...

The Changing of Values

Dear Editor:   Sometimes, adults have the tendency to focus on the negative aspects that make up society and influence the youth; for example, how degraded the environment is, the problem of drugs, alcohol, late nights out, the perversions comin More...

Sports

Lady Chiefs Survive Season Opening Hoops Slugfest Against Van Arsdale

Last year, Canarsie didn’t get tested until late in the campaign. More...

PSAL Week One Area Basketball Round-Up

It was a good start to the hoops season for PSAL area teams as both squads picked up victories in its games.  Brooklyn AA Girls Group I  South Shore Lady Vikings – 74,  Grand Street Lady Wolves – 68  South Shore&rsquo More...

Guest Column

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Watch The Gap

Nearly half of all adult dental patients need replacements for one or more missing teeth. A great many adults already have such replacements. Proper vanity spurs us to have a missing front tooth replaced immediately. ViEws More...

Feeling Bored, Empty And Lost

Some people walk around as if they are in a fog. They carry with them a feeling of living in a haze. They seem to be unaware of people and things around them. More...

THE POINTING FINGER

Great Minds Work... Sometimes

On a recent trip to China to promote the American chewing gum industry, President Obama claimed to have achieved an historic breakthrough in the control of ‘climate change.’ In return for the United States’ agreeing to reduce carbon More...

Other News

Justice For Slain Brooklyn Teen

This week, a ruthless 22-year-old was found guilty of killing, burning and then dumping the remains of 14-year-old Shaniesha Forbes in a deserted area in Gerritsen Beach back in 2013. More...

Hail Of Bullets Fly During Baby Shower

Four party-goers were reportedly shot outside of a Remsen Avenue party hall Sunday when gunshots erupted while a baby shower was taking place. Police are still looking for the suspect – or suspects – responsible for the shootings.  More...

Man Oh Manhole - Erupted!

A manhole cover erupted Wednesday morning on Avenue L - causing a loud explosion. The airbags of a Honda CRV deployed as the driver passed over the manhole cover, which exploded. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

It’s Gonna Be A Slow Road To Preventing Accidents In The City

Motorists who didn’t bother adhering to the old 30 mph speed limit are probably laughing at city officials. “I’ll go however fast I need to go – what’s lowering the speed by a few numbers gonna do?”  More...

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