A 69th Precinct vehicle sits in front of P.S. 279 on E. 104th St. Tuesday morning while officers search the building after it was reported the District 18 school received anonymous bomb threats. Photo by Neil S. Friedman
Lou Schlamowitz shows the medal and letter he recently received from the president of the Republic of Korea thanking him for his service during the Korean Conflict 50 years ago. Charles Rogers
A heavy duty rig gnaws at the remainder of 100-year-old house at East 92nd Street and Conklin Avenue.
(Above) PS 244 fourth grader Gabriella Ansah stands with her teacher Jayne Crockett. (Far right) March intermediate student of the month Erica Edwards (center) is flanked by school principal Roslyn Schley and teacher Dawn Cejas. Neil S. Friedman
Breukelen Houses, built in 1952, has 1,595 apartments and houses more than 4,000 tenants. The grounds are due for a $4.5 million revitalization.
Police from the 67th Precinct confer while detectives examine body (left) behind dumpster on E. 89th Street. Charles Rogers
Pictured is South Shore High School's 4x400 meter national champion relay team: (l. to r.) Chase McKenzie, Alex Jeffrey, Dwayne Victory and Kevin Patrice.
South Shore High School Track & Field coach Phil Zodda (center) stands with his winning 4x800 meter relay team - (l. to r.) Alex Jeffrey, Mark Lee, Dwayne Victory and Kevin Patrice .
Lisabeth MacKinlay, the great-granddaughter of Amelia Wyckoff, stands with Canarsie Historical Society President Ira Kluger.
Wyckoff House Museum, above, is located at Ralph Avenue and Clarendon Road. Photos by Marsha Sereno
Eight-year-old Nicholas Alexander (second left) holds a facsimile of the $100 U.S. Savings Bond he received this week for being named one of the Canarsie Courier's February Students of the Month. Flanking the youngster are (L to R.) the school's assistant principal Jacqueline Rogers, Principal Mitchell Pinsky and 3rd grade teacher Abby Fuchs. Neil S. Friedman
One reason the Canarsie Line was recently ranked as the "most improved subway line," as well as one of the cleanest, is because car maintainers make sure "L" line cars are sparkling clean (see above) before the train pulls out of the Rockaway Parkway terminal. Neil S. Friedman