Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Sunday, April 25, 2010

BoroBeat

They had a ball!

Dressed in crisp green and white uniforms, a cheery crop of little leaguers from St. Columba Youth Council stepped off the local season of the national pastime with a Mass and a march to Marine Park. Comment.
Canarsie

Canarsiens hungry for new business on the pier

The National Park Service is finally trying to get a tenant for the long vacant restaurant on Canarsie Pier. Comment.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Canarsie

Brush fire rips across Brooklyn-Queens border

— Thomas Tracy Comment.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Canarsie

Immigrant fear returning census

Canarsie’s large immigrant population — both legal and illegal — are to blame for the neighborhood’s horrible census return rate,which is the lowest in the borough. Comment.
Canarsie

Search for missing boy reaches desparate levels

Cops are getting desperate in their ongoing search for little Patrick Alford. Comment.
Canarsie

Police, parents, neighbors tangle over double parking outsie PS 115

All hell breaks lose during drop-off and pick-up time at PS 115. Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

“Precious” pinch — Dognapper sought for stealing beloved Maltese

A dastardly dognapper snatched a fluffy pooch named “Precious” off an Old Mill Basin street, throwing the wandering canine into his trunk as her hysterical owner combed the area searching for her. Comment.

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