Two School District 18 Canarsie Courier Students of the Month for December were honored this week. Selected were I.S. 68 seventh grader Carissa Daniels and P.S. 115 second grader Claudia Etnel.
A 34-year-old Canarsie resident was nabbed trying to climb out the back window of her Paerdegat 14th Street home as local detectives tried to arrest her on a charge that she allegedly stole more than $8,500 from her attorney employer, police said.
According to officials at the 69th Precinct, apparently the arrest last week of two individuals on a variety of gun-related charges has more implications than was previously believed.
This is the start of the financial aid season when people should apply for financial aid for college. It is also the time of the year when scholarship scammers start advertising their phony scholarship services.
When Community Board 18 held its latest meeting at the Hudson River Yacht Club in Bergen Beach on January 17th, representatives of Ocean Management Corporation were hoping to make progress on their bid for an amended city map to include a housing development area in Mill Basin.
City Councilman Herb Berman, whose district encompasses Canarsie, became a special advoc ate for drivers last week when he intervened
Borough President Howard Golden, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), and Medgar Evers College of The City University of New York will present the fifteenth annual "Brooklyn Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
President of Friends United Block Association Gardy Brazela presents plaque of appreciation to Deputy Borough President Jeannette Gadson.
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New York State Comptroller H. Carl McCall last week addressed the regular meeting of Canarsie
P.S. 115 second grader Claudia Etnel holds a facsimile of the U.S. Savings Bond she was awarded as a December Canarsie Courier Student of the Month. Behind her are (left to right) second grade teacher Barrie Goldberg, interim acting assistant principal Jacqueline Rogers and Principal Mitchell Pinsky.
The month of March may hold the patent on the maxim involving the lion and the lamb, but the climate at the District 18 School Board meeting easily owns the phrase
NY State Comptroller H. Carl McCall stressed the importance of a first class education for all children. Photos by Marsha Sereno
Thirteen year old Bildersee special education student Carissa Daniels is flanked (left to right) by her teacher, Marsha Smollin, paraprofessional Sylvia Simon and I.S. 68 principal Anthony Paladino. Photos by Neil S. Friedman
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