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Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010

Canarsie

Kruger’s challenger

Kruger’s challenger Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010

Canarsie

2009’s ups and downs

2009’s ups and downs Comment
Canarsie

Anniversary of towers showcases collaboration in creating low-income housing

The Weinberg Council Towers, an attractive living community for low-income seniors created by Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty and tucked away inthe Starrett City/Spring Creek section of Brooklyn, just marked its 10th anniversary. Comment
Canarsie

NYPD brass salutes special 71st Precinct crime-buster

Congrats Mike! 71st Precinct Officer Michael Scarcella was given a special honor last week as he was named Patrol Borough Brooklyn South Cop of the Month. Comment
Canarsie

50K grant gets it ‘Right’

A Brooklyn-based non-profit organization has the right stuff. Comment
Canarsie

Hyperbaric and Wound Healing Center

Do you have a deep acute or chronic wound that just will not heal?Brookdale’s Hyperbaric and Wound Healing Center provides state-of-the-art wound healing techniques including ultrasonic debridement that can help. Comment
Canarsie

Holocaust survivor, centenarian and author

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Comment
Canarsie

Beth Israel’s Kings Highway Division hosts Latke Party

Miriam Alexander, founder, Yehuda Memorial Center, and Beth Israel Chaplain Elaine Chan hosted a Latke Party at the Beth Israel Medical Center-Kings Highway Division. Comment
Canarsie

CEC 20 Special Ed workshop

The Community Education Council of District 20 presents a Special Education Committee Workshop: “What Am I Looking For? Observing a Child, Looking at a School,” 9:30 a.m., January 22 on the fourth floor of 415 89th Street in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn. Comment

Monday, Jan. 11, 2010

Canarsie

2009’s ups and downs

2009’s ups and downs Comment

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