Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Friday, Oct. 4, 2013

Mill Basin

Teachers, parents rally against charter co-location

A group of Mill Basin parents thinks “Success” could mean failure for their children’s school. Comments (4).

Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013

Marine Park

Blackout run over by New Jersey Express

The Brooklyn Blackout basketball team narrowly lost its inaugural game against the reviled Express from New Jersey 79–71 at the Aviator Sports and Event Center on Sunday night — but with only three practices under its belt, the rookie club could have done far worse against the 2013 American Basketball Association North-East Division champs. Comments (2).

Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013

Marine Park

Government Shutdown shuts Aviator

Aviator Sports Complex is closed indefinitely as a result of the shutdown of the federal government, which shuttered all national parks — including Gateway National Recreation Area, where Aviator is located. Comments (1).
Marine Park

Police: Suspect and buddies beat man on E. 56th St.

Plus a host of other crimes from Marine Park’s 63rd Precinct. Comment.
Canarsie

NYPD: Suspect attacks same man in May and September

The arrest leads this week’s blotter from the 69th Precinct. Comment.

Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013

Marine Park

Aviator shuttered!

Aviator Sports Complex is closed today as a result of the shutdown of the federal government, which closed down all national parks — including Gateway National Recreation Area. Comment.
BoroBeat

Aviator’s fall open house introduces mom, dad, and the kids to a family playpen in their backyard

Interactive games, giveaways, and the lowdown on classes, clinics, and more, capped Aviator Sports and Events Center’s fall open house on Sunday. Comment.

Monday, Sept. 30, 2013

Canarsie

Canarsie car carnage: High-speed collision sends six to hospital

A catastrophic crash in Canarsie destroyed a brick wall, totalled two cars, and sent six people to the hospital in the early hours of Sept. 27, all because a driver fled a traffic stop, according to police. Comments (2).

Friday, Sept. 27, 2013

Marine Park

Tower takedown: Locals win fight against mondo condo

An infamous Kimball Street building that Marine Park residents have dubbed “the Monstrosity” may finally be cut down to size now that the owners have filed for permits to demolish the three upper floors, giving hope to locals who have fought the developers for nearly a decade. Comments (2).

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