Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006

Saturday’s High School scores

Campus Magnet 57, Springfield Gardens 50. Comment.

Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006

Friday’s High School scores

Christ the King 75, Bishop Loughlin 49. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 27, 2006

Daffodil Days Return to Help Fight Against Cancer

Battle Against Overdevelopment

Hoopsters Dedicate Game to Slain Tilden Grad

Upcoming Neighborhood Civic Meetings

Sign Up to Play!

New Skipper For Cyclones

Upcoming Civic Meetings

Boost For 9-11 Memorial

Little League Baseball

National Black AIDS Day

Daffodil Days Return to Continue Fight Against Cancer

P.S. 247, P.S. 314 to Retain Acting Principals

Student Joins Dist. 20 CEC

Join Rally For Life And Help Fight Cancer

I.S. 223 to Remain As Is?

Many Hope to Have Better Luck With Third Ave. ‘Numb Nutz’

LICH Offers Help Quitting Smoking

‘Mame’ On a Local Stage

Animal Foster Network to Host Floating Holiday Gala

P.S. 247, P.S. 314 to Retain Acting Principals; Many Rejoice

Couple Shines Upstate With Brooklyn Attitude

Swish! Youngsters Score Big In St. Mark’s Tourney

Bishop Kearney High School Hall of Fame Dinner

New Administrator For Victory Memorial Hospital

On the Road to Recovery

NY Methodist Hospital Goes Red For Women’s Health

Guide to Upcoming Civic Meetings

Queen of All Saints Parish Dinner Dance

Tryouts For the Lady Hornets

Pratt Institute to Tip Off 2nd Annual Alumni Game

Vacancy On District 15 CEC

Disabled Support & More

Area Students Set For Millrose Games

Safeguard Your Child With Special ID And Fingerprints

Sign Up to Play Ball!

New Slate of Officers For Brooklyn Board of Realtors

Tip Off Time For Pratt Institute Second Annual Alumni Basketball Game

Borough President Rails Against Auto Insurance And Car Rental Companies

Brooklyn Remembers 9-11 Memorial Gets Council Boost

Thank You, CB6!

See Miller’s ‘The American Clock’

Online Scorecard For Area Hospitals

Vacancy On Dist. 15 CEC

Brooklyn Lives Sheds Light On Black AIDS Day

Parents Demand CFE Money

Boon For Brighton Beach Library

Your Comprehensive Guide to Neighborhood Meetings

POLICE BLOTTER - SBAY

Poetry Times Ten In the Heart of Brooklyn

S’head Bay/Plumb Beach Civic Installs New Slate of Officers

Brown Harris Stevens Expansion

Pratt Alumni Basketball

Brooklyn Cyclones Name New Skipper For 2006

Study Judaism And Jewish History In Park Slope

Park Slope Violin Kid Holds All the Strings to Success

See Arthur Miller’s ‘The American Clock’

Consumers’ Corner

District 13 CEC Meet

Take 16 Weeks to Build a Profitable Business

Join the Relay For Life And Help Fight Cancer

CONSUMER CORNER

Cyclones Name New Skipper For ‘06 Campaign

Queen of All Saints Roman Catholic Church to Host Dinner Dance

Brooklyn’s New Domestic Violence Court Gets Set to Hear Cases

Shoulda Called the Cops

Larger Brooklyn Office For Realtors

BNA Helps Arrange Dignified Burial For WWII Veteran

Student Joins District 20 CEC

Tip - Off Time For Pratt Alumni Basketball Game

Brooklyn Lives Highlights National Black AIDS Day

Firefighter Donates Stem Cells to Save a Life

Brooklyn Lives Spotlights National Black AIDS Day

Queen of All Saints Dinner Dance

See Miller’s ‘American Clock’

Guide to Upcoming Civic Meetings - BayN

Neighborhood Civic Meetings

Sign Up Now to Play Ball

Spotlight On National Black AIDS Day

Hoopsters Honor the Memory of Slain Tilden Grad

Cyclones Tap New Skipper For 2006 Baseball Campaign

Vaad Harabbonim Establishes New Committees

Progressive New Congregation Debuts With Respected Rabbi

High Marks For Flatlands Volunteer Ambulance Corps

Get Help Getting a Diploma

Parents Refuse to Give Up P.S. 207

Sign Up to Play Ball With Saints Simon & Jude

Who Knew Mama Could Mamba So Well? P.S. 152 Hosts Intergenerational Dance Party

Hoopsters Honor Memory of Slain Tilden Grad

POLICE BLOTTER

Try Out For the Lady Hornets

Play Ball With Saints Simon & Jude

Brooklyn Cyclones Name New Skipper For ‘06

Vaad Harabbonim Committees

Your Guide to Upcoming Civic Meetings

Brooklyn Lives Puts Spotlight On National Black AIDS Day

Thursday’s High School scores

St. Francis Prep 1, Christ the King 0. Comment.

Program promotes home ownership to public housing residents in western Queens

Rev. Mitchell Taylor of Long Island City's East River Development Alliance was joined Friday by elected officials and financial institution representatives to announce the creation of a new program to help western Queens public housing residents become financially literate and achieve home ownership. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006

Arts & Entertainment Calendar

From Redmen to Red Storm

Storming to Storrs

Win ends Snows’ regular season

Garden’s Prio scores career-high 30 in loss

Varsi Deli squeezed out a win over Harpell Chemist, 26-25 in an energy-charged Dwarf-Giraffe League basketball game.

Gray leaves SJU

DePhillips Athletic Club: Red Storm win 7th straight

DAC Jets win flag football tourney at Giants Stadium

Your Guide to Upcoming Civic Meetings

The Butler Did It: Hoops tourney for good cause

Man stabbed in neck in girlfriend’s car

JFK baggage screener sentenced in theft

Three teens charged in Bayside hate crime

Man arrested in armed robbery in Corona

Corona man nabbed in series of robberies

Gunfire exchanged in attempted armored car heist in College Pt.

Brookville man charged with attempted murder

LIJ tumor doc stops nosebleeds

Trey Magnifique: Wierzbicki’s 44 paces Queens past Dowling

If Queens College is a team that emphasizes solidarity over self-centered play, then Thursday's men's basketball game against Dowling was a perfect symbol of that attitude and added to the growing legend of Bradd Wierzbicki. Comment.

Crowley gets $75K in fed funds for security cameras on Queens Blvd.

U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-Jackson Heights) has secured $75,000 in federal funds to install 12 security cameras at three intersections along Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside to act as a crime prevention tool and to assist police investigations of area crimes. Comment.

MTA takes hard line in new offer to transit workers union

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, in an attempt to persuade transit workers to agree to arbitration, has come up with a new contract proposal less palatable than the one the TWU members narrowly turned down. Comment.

Wednesday’s High School scores

Archbishop Molloy 50, Kellenberg 41. Comment.

With new storefront, Brook Park group aims to create oasis

With a raw-food workshop that produced fresh zucchini fries and a platter of spaghetti and veggie meatballs, the nonprofit Friends of Brook Park introduced on Saturday, December 17, their new storefront office along Bruckner Boulevard in Mott Haven. Comment.

Dr. Swartz empowers students at charter school by elevating creativity

Teaching is an art, and few do it better than Dr. Ted Swartz of the Bronx Charter School for Better Learning, who has elevated his craft to new creative levels in the classroom. Comment.

CB 11 presents NY Yankees

The New York Yankees are always looking for prospects on and off and field by signing young ballplayers to contracts, but most importantly honoring young leaders of tomorrow with the New York Yankees Scholarship Awards. Presented through community boards, the latest of the Yankees scholarships were recently presented at the offices of Community Board 11 to four outstanding young people from the area. Comment.

49th Pct. ends robbery spree

The robbery pattern plaguing insurance companies in the 49th Precinct has come to an end. Comment.

Firm buys rundown buildings in Pel Pkwy; pledges repairs

A Manhattan-based real estate firm with holdings that stretch from Queens to Colorado took over two troubled apartment complexes on Wallace Avenue in mid-December, renaming them the Presidential Apartments and promising a wave of repairs. Comment.

MORRIS PARK LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION SAGA

By Jon Minners Comment.

Benjamin honors 111-year-old, 

Christmas is a time of year to practice the gift of giving and to celebrate those who personify these acts of kindness. Comment.

A half century later, long-lost siblings reunite at Charlie

by Bret Nolan Collazzi Comment.

TNBA holds 6th Annual Dinner Dance

The place to be last Saturday night was the Marina Del Rey, as the Throggs Neck Benevolent Association held its Sixth Annual Dinner Dance. Comment.

Bronx firefighters to take an icy plunge to help sick child

For the past six years, Bronx firefighters have been uniting with their counterparts in Westchester and Rockland counties to help families in need, and this year, firefighters are coming together to help a sick young girl fighting a rare disease. Comment.

Pelham Bay artist to showcase his works at CBGB

A local artist is getting another chance to showcase his work at a famous rock club. Comment.

Yanks

Yankees president Randy Levine is again going to bat for the new Yankee Stadium plan, this time touting its benefits to the New Bronx Chamber of Commerce. Comment.

Tito Puente

ESBC Board approves general project plans for new Yankee Stadium

The Empire State Development Corporation Board gave its thumbs-up last week to the general project plans for the new Yankee Stadium. Comment.

With new space, twin fuel 

By Bret Nolan Collazzi Comment.

Developer of Finkle Mansion site open to building plans discussion

The storied, shingled Finkle Mansion at 3250 Rawlins Avenue ended its final chapter on Thursday, January 19, when workers tore down the majority of its frame to make way for five new homes. Comment.

Silver Beach residents react to burglary spree

The 45th Precinct has reissued a warning reminding residents of Silver Beach to lock the doors and windows of their homes and garages to safeguard against burglaries, just as a coalition of concerned residents offered a $7,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for the handful of break-ins in the community. Comment.

Reward posted for Kelly

By Bret Nolan Collazzi Comment.

Bronx YMCA to hold open houses for prospective members

The Bronx YMCA has a new 26,000-square-foot recreational and educational center it hopes to share with even more borough residents. Comment.

Elected officials unite in fight to save Woodlawn firehouse

FDNY officials are claiming that the Ladder 39 fire company will not be disbanded, but are careful not to offer any assurances on exactly what the future holds for the Woodlawn firehouse. Comment.

No speed bumps on 69th Ave.

Municipal government should shred its credit cards

Another day, another parkland outrage

Throw the key away

Defending Radisson

2 juveniles arrested in attack on Francis Lewis safety officer

Bayside city worker charged with DUI

POLICE BLOTTER

In Flux

Northeast Queens community Calendar

Southeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

215th St. got street light back

Renovation is not the same as building a McMansion

Leave Fort Totten as park, not tourist spot like Mystic

Hammer must come down on gangs

The best of the best

Bring on the greenway

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006

Knights of Pythias On Front Lines Against Diabetes

Hadassah Ladies Look to Attract Young Members

Free Glaucoma Screenings At LICH

Amity Looks Past Winter to Spring Baseball

Cancer Survivor Delivers Inspiring Message of Hope

City Planning Commission Backs S’head Bay DownZoning

Delighted Yeshiva Kids Receive First Prayer Books

Civic Update

Big-Hearted Lions Roar

Pride of the Lions: Salute to Alexander Conti

3 Stars: 61st Pct. Community Council Hails Remarkable Cops

Help With Medicare Plans

HeartShare Pulse Quickens For Generous Kiwanians

United Chinese Association Hails Friends & Supporters

New Temple Names Rabbi to Lead Congregants

Chabad By the Sea Claims Largest Menorah

Bay View Houses

Seview Jewish Center Activities

Dance Classes For Kids

St. Edmund Prep Students Excel In And Out of Classroom

New Look For Leif Ericson

Consumer’s Corner

The Butler Did It: Johnnies fight to the end

STORRS, CONN. - They came out in droves, as they usually do here, for what was supposed to be a celebration of Connecticut basketball. And the usual sellout crowd of 10,167 rabid Huskies fans packed into Gampel Pavilion to celebrate their team's first game as the No. 1 ranked team in the country. Comment.

POLICE BLOTTER

Medicare Woes

Rave Reviews For Brooklyn’s Salt Marsh Nature Ctr.

Rotary Club of Brooklyn Annual Dinner Dance

‘A+’ For Outstanding P.S. 255 Students

Amity Looks Past Winter to Warm Spring Baseball

HeartShare’s Pulse Quickens For Kiwanians

The Butler Did It: Johnnies fight to the finish

STORRS, CONN. - They came out in droves, as they usually do here, for what was supposed to be a celebration of Connecticut basketball. And the usual sellout crowd of 10,167 rabid Huskies fans packed into Gampel Pavilion to celebrate their team's first game as the No. 1 ranked team in the country. Comment.

Stormy ending for St. John’s vs. No. 1 UConn

STORRS, CONN. - It wasn't exactly Norm Roberts' ideal way to play No. 1 Connecticut - and that's an understatement. Comment.

Tuesday’s High School scores

Rice 79, Holy Cross 68. Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006

Too little, too late for Holy Cross vs. Rice

Because of his team's youth, because of its inexperience, Holy Cross coach Paul Gilvary doesn't know what to expect from his basketball team. He can script things perfectly, plan to a T, but when four sophomores and a junior step onto the court, perhaps the best plan is to pray to God and hope for the best. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 23, 2006

The High Cost of Meat

Letters To The Editor High On Low-Rise Living

Learn All About Public Schools

Screenings to Save Your Life And Make You Smile

What Every Woman Needs to Know About Breast Health

Debate to Focus On City Council Term Limits

GOPers Question Pk Plan

Free Screenings From Methodist Hospital Could Save Your Life And Make You Smile

Learn Everything You Need to Learn About Breast Health At LIU

No Room For Cocoa Shipment

IMANI HOUSE Gets Helping Aiding At Risk Kids

Debate to Argue Merits of City Council Term Limits

Polish Singers Alliance Concert

Learn All About Public Schools At Special Forum

Polish Singers Society

Helmet Could Have Saved Christina

Consumers’ Corner

Another Cog In the Machine

NY Methodist Hospital Diabetes Busters

Get Control of Your Children

Park Slope Jewish Center Activities & Programs

Polish Singing Society

POLICE BLOTTER

Letters To The Editor

Debate On Term Limits

District 13 Community Education Council Breakfast

Public School Night

Monday’s High School scores

Newtown 49, Flushing 45. Comment.

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