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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Mill–Marine Courier

No tree-lief! City: Downed trees in marine park won’t be replaced — yet.

Don’t expect a lot of shade in Marine Park anytime soon. Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

A water meter menace

Meter menaces Comment.
Canarsie

Shootist nabbed nearly one year later

Shootist celled Comment.
Canarsie

Cops on horseback, plainclothes officers contribute to recent crime downtown

You could almost say they called in the cavalry. Comment.
Canarsie

Cops who nabbed brutal robbers snag Cop of the Month honors

A key arrest of a pair of robbers has earned two Canarsie police officers “Cop of the Month” honors. Comment.
Canarsie

Canarsie Park baseball diamonds in need of polishing

The baseball fields in Canarsie Park are diamonds in the rough that local activists want to see shined up in short order. Comment.
BoroBeat

An ‘August’ show

Student raconteurs breathed new life into the soaring, lyrical works of one of America’s greatest playwrights when the Brooklyn Theatre Arts High School hosted a contest based on the monologues of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson. Comment.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Canarsie

Van-gunner sent to slammer

Van shooter busted Comment.
Canarsie

Federalization comes to Bay View

The city’s projects just got $400 million richer. Comment.

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