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Transit Report Card Sheds Light On Unreliable Bus Service Across 5 Boroughs

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Does it seem like your bus is never on time? Interactive report cards will let you know for sure.

The Bus Turnaround Coalition released the reports which will allow riders to examine the… 133 more words


Man forges homeowner's signature to steal, sell her Brooklyn home

CANARSIE, Brooklyn — Police arrested a Nassau County man who allegedly stole a 65-year-old woman’s Canarsie home with fake paperwork and then sold it to someone else. 146 more words


Sixth Grade Was a Nightmare

Sixth grade was a nightmare. Maybe sixth grade is a nightmare for most – especially for girls since we’re all in different stages of puberty and it wreaks havoc on our bodies and emotions. 1,019 more words

Growing Up

Snow plow driver finds teen shot dead in Brooklyn

CANARSIE, BROOKLYN – A snow plow driver found the body of a teenager left for dead on a Brooklyn street, police said.

Cops responded to a call of an assault in the vicinity of East 91st Street and Avenue B around 6:15 p.m., police said. 63 more words


1 Man Shot Dead, 1 Critically Wounded In Canarsie, Brooklyn

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — One man was found dead and another critically injured by gunshots in Canarsie, Brooklyn on Sunday.

Officers were called at 5:12 p.m. 78 more words


Ex-Football Canarsie Chief, Monroe College Standout Kamari Jones-Hunter Makes it Official with LIU Post

By Jerry Del Priore

It was a forgone conclusion that Kamari Jones-Hunter would be playing for LIU Post this coming fall. But the listed 6’-1”, 267-pound defensive lineman sealed the deal Wednesday on National Signing Day, as the Ex-Canarsie Chief signed with the Pioneers for the next two years, head coach Bryan Collins and the LIU Post football team announced on its… 174 more words


Former Canarsie Chief Football Star Accepts Division II LIU Post Offer

By Jerry Del Priore

Kamari Jones-Hunter and his mother, Nicole, agonized over the numerous college offers he had garnered over the past few months.

The five-eleven, 265-pound nose tackle enjoyed a successful run at Monroe College in New Rochelle, a football program that plays in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). 684 more words