Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Sunday, Jan. 31, 2010

Canarsie

Contretemps over East 80th Street ticketing

Canarsie residents are clearly tired of cops hanging out at Avenue J and East 80th Street during the morning rush hour, waiting for cars to make a left turn that is illegal at that hour. Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

Short lived crime spree

Short-lived crime spree Comment.
Canarsie

Help find him

Help find him Comment.
Canarsie

Local church setting up food pantry in Canarsie

One local house of worship is hoping to help residents of Canarsie who are in need. Comment.
Canarsie

Crime in Canarsie heading upwards at start of year

Crime in Canarsie may have hit a historic low in 2009, but, so far, in 2010, it appears to be going in the opposite direction. Comment.
Canarsie

Canarsie cops honored for key collars

Four of the 69th Precinct’s officers were honored as cops of the month during the most recent meeting of the precinct’s Community Council. Comment.

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010

Canarsie

Car-jacker busted on birthday

Car-jacker busted on birthday Comment.
Canarsie

Tackling homeowner insurance issues head-on

Its coastal location may have drawn many residents to Canarsie. Comment.
Canarsie

Corner of Canarsie to go green

A blighted corner should soon be transformed into an oasis of green. Comment.
Canarsie

Repavings improve Canarsie thoroughfares; more to go

Canarsie streets are not as much of a roller coaster ride as they used to be. Comment.
Canarsie

Sen. Sampson at war with McDonalds

An ongoing push to have a notorious 24-hour McDonald’s restaurant on Rockaway Parkway and Conklin Avenue closed at night was given new life last week when State Senator and Democratic Conference Leader John Sampson joined the anti-fry fray against real-life hamburglars. Comment.
Canarsie

Voluntary Angioplasty now performed at Brookdale

In the past, when a patient underwent a coronary angiogram, a diagnostic test to detect arterial blockage, and the result was positive, it was necessary for that patient to transfer to another facility for elective angioplasty. An angioplasty is performed to restore normal blood flow to the heart muscle. Comment.
Canarsie

Electronic voting coming to a polling station near you this fall

Very soon, a rite of passage for many Brooklynites will be only a memory, as New York finally retires its venerable lever voting machines. Comment.
Canarsie

Fillmore CEO elected president of Brooklyn Board of Realtors

John P. Reinhardt, president and chief executive officer of Fillmore Real Estate, New York City’s largest privately-owned and operated real estate firm, has been elected president of the Brooklyn Board of Realtors (BBOR) for 2010. Comment.
Canarsie

Bklyn Flea moves indoors

The Brooklyn Flea moved indoors to Skylight One Hanson, the new high-end event space at One Hanson Place in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn.The nearly two-year-old vendor marketplace will occupy 20,000 square feet of ground floor and basement space in the former landmark Williamsburg Savings Bank Building every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the next 11 weekends, until the Flea moves back outdoors in the spring. Dozens of vendors will offer a variety of items ranging from antiques and vintage furniture to artisanal chocolates, clothing and jewelry. Comment.
Canarsie

Songs of Love hope to strike a chord

Chase Bank has teamed up with a popular social networking site in a Community Giving initiative. Comment.
Canarsie

69th Precinct has ‘best year on record since 1973’

After a record low year in crime, Canarsie cops are poising for the challenge of keeping the downward trend on track. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 25, 2010

Canarsie

Tackling homeowner insurance issues head-on

Its coastal location may have drawn many residents to Canarsie. Comment.
Canarsie

Sen. Sampson at war with McDonalds

An ongoing push to have a notorious 24-hour McDonald’s restaurant on Rockaway Parkway and Conklin Avenue closed at night was given new life last week when State Senator and Democratic Conference Leader John Sampson joined the anti-fry fray against real-life hamburglars. Comment.
Canarsie

Repavings improve Canarsie thoroughfares; more to go

Canarsie streets are not as much of a roller coaster ride as they used to be. Comment.
Canarsie

Corner of Canarsie to go green

A blighted corner should soon be transformed into an oasis of green. Comment.
Canarsie

Car-jacker busted on birthday

Car-jacker busted on birthday Comment.

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