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Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Goon busted for burglary

Crime: Plus a smattering of other crimes at Canarsie’s 69th Precinct. Comment

Board battles Ave. S turn ban

Members of a local civic panel say the city is taking a wrong turn by planning to ban traffic from going down Flatbush and Utica avenues from Avenue S, claiming bureaucrats misunderstood them when they asked them to calm traffic two blocks away. Comment
AIR-SEA WAR

Aviator out-shoot Privateers

AIR-SEA WAR

Aviator out-shoot Privateers

Well blow me down! Comment

Join the Marine Park wild carrot hunt!

Duck season! Wabbit season! Marine Park carrot season! Comment

Man blinded in assault

Crime: A brutal attack at a Farragut Road factory leads this week’s 63rd Precinct police blotter. Comment

Aviators fall to Cape Cod in ugly 8-2 loss

So much for that winning streak. Comment
BoroBeat: Students at the Mill Basin center raised $6,000 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital during their Kick-A-Thon on Saturday. Comment
The hex at the Hangar has been broken! Comment

Tame those wild carrots — and put them to good use

Once you’ve foraged all the wild carrots you can carry out of Marine Park, here’s a simple, flavorful soup Wildman Steve Brill says you can whip up in minutes. Comment

Here’s a recipe that will put those wild carrots to good use

Once you’ve foraged all the wild carrots you can carry out of Marine Park, here’s a simple, flavorful soup “Wildman” Steve Brill says you can whip up in minutes. Comment

Aviators cripple Dashers in 9-3 victory

Call it a three-peat repeat. Comment

Gunman slays high school hoops player

An unhinged gunman hunted down and executed a 17-year-old high school basketball player on Friday afternoon following a bloodthirsty confrontation on E. 76th Street — just a few short blocks from South Shore High School. Comment

Victory at home! Aviators drown Bluefins, 5-3

Finally, the hex at the Hangar is broken! Comment

Punchless Aviators fall to Whalers, 3-1

Another match up against Danbury ends in defeat for our Boys of Winter. Comment

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