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Last week, our city witnessed two tragedies that could have been prevented: A deadly fire at an e-bike shop and a subway surfing attempt that resulted in the death of a 14-year-old boy and serious injury for another young person. Our hearts go out to

After listening to police updates and information, Flatlands and Mill Basin residents from Sector C expressed gratitude to their Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs) at the 63rd Precinct Build the Block meeting held on Thursday, June 22nd at Purpose Life Church, 4021 Flatlands Avenue. As locations often

On Thursday, June 15th, the 69th Precinct Clergy Council hosted its annual Police Officers Prayer Awards and Dinner at Liberty Hall Cathedral of Praise, 1387 East 96th Street. Scores of officers attended the affair and several were recognized for their dedicated service. The ceremony opened

A 73-year-old woman lost control of her car and crashed into a Dunkin’ store on Nostrand Avenue and Avenue X around 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 24th. Police said the woman, who was driving a white car; hit a parked red car first and then

A public hearing by the NYC Department of City Planning (DCP) and a guest presentation for Gun Violence Awareness Month were just some of the many items on a full agenda at the June 21st meeting of Community Board 18 (CB18). A moment of silence was held

The CSI Group celebrated their 50th Anniversary on Saturday, June 24, 2023 at Park Loft in Oceanport, New Jersey. Surrounded by a large group of family members, friends, coworkers and clients, the Greco Family could not be more proud and thankful to everyone who has been

All across the city, Father’s Day events were celebrated in parks, at the beaches and at various venues. On Sunday, June 18th, one of the biggest Father’s Day celebrations in the city was held at Linden Park, located at Linden Boulevard and Vermont Street. Hundreds

In recent years, Canarsie has experienced a resurgence of local businesses. As we continue on this path of progress, it becomes increasingly important to establish a platform that empowers our local merchants and fosters collaboration. That is why The Flossy Organization was so proud to

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The Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association (MMHCA) held its final monthly meeting until September on June 15th at the Carmine Carro Community Center in Marine Park, with a tax expert as the guest speaker. Two new 61st Precinct Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs) were introduced at the start

P.S./I.S. 109 manifested and created a masterpiece! H.O.W. Experience Founder and PTA President Mrs. Torres, along with John Cooper of Wess Films, brought to life a multicultural celebration. Principal Kerdy Bertrand implemented a friendly competition within the school building. Each wing was given a continent

P. S. 233 Langston Hughes Elementary School, 9301 Avenue B, went all out for its second annual Juneteenth celebration. The staff and students commemorated the day by paying homage to their deceased ancestors and living elders. The affair, which was held on June 16th, featured

Parishioners and residents had a fun-filled day at the annual St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Family Day. The event was held in the parking lot and gym, on Flatbush and Flatlands Avenue, on Saturday, June 17th. There was a DJ and dancing, games for the kids,

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