There was an accident yesterday on Gerritsen Avenue involving a young “kid” on a small red motorbike and a car in the beach.
The kid whom is supposedly around 10-12 years old was was riding on some sort of electric mini-bike up and down the sidewalk and streets. (We are assuming the pocket […]
The Annual GB Games and Car Show organized by Gerritsen Beach Cares is this Sunday.
There are two events in one that make this a single event great. First there is a car show hosted by Tri-Five Classic Auto Club and second a family oriented block party called GBGames, all sponsored by the […]
Remember the Bevy Court Robberies? Well the police did catch a suspect.
The good news was that the burglar who robbed a home on Bevy Ct. recently was apprehended and jailed. He was traced to Brownsville, thanks to an alert citizen!
George Broadhead, opened the meeting with an introduction of Eagle Scout, Matthew Conte. The GBPOA was one of the organizations to have honored Mathew’s having attained the prestigious recognition at the recent Eagle Scout ceremony, held at Resurrection.
Eagle Scout Conte, in his Scout uniform, led those assembled in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Police Officer Harry Ryman Memorial Scholarship Award has been instituted by the Ryman family to honor the officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty in front of his home August 14, 1980.
A raffle is being held for the Scholarship. Please contact Dan at 917-539-1094
5 Tickets per […]
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I by St. James. In the past few weeks, we have seen some raccoons in our backyard. They have been trying to drink from our pool and have been eating our plants. Yesterday evening (7/22/10) we witnessed six raccoons in total on our deck. I snapped some pictures (sorry […]
[Download Large] Before Stephen Jemal in the 2000’s there was Mr. Mattone and Irving Lentnik in the 1960’s.
They wanted to build five New York State middle income housing that would house 1,000 families. Apparetnly they were in even talks to buy the Tamaqua.
Three of the buildings would have been a co-op […]
The almighty we call The Google has updated their satellite imagery for our area. These photos were only taken within a few weeks – do you notice the construction fence for the comfort area?
James J. Buckley of Buckley’s Restaurant (2926 Avenue S) passed away.
Information available above
The Bus Shelters that were taken out yesterday in the rain, were replaced with Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger ones!
These new shelters (aka street furniture) as far as we are told are basically scratch proof and made of more durable “glass” that is more resistant to […]
7/14 – NY Exceptions (Oldies 50-60?s) – Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue) 7/20 – Risky Business (Oldies 60-70?s) – 79th Street and Shore Road 7/21 – The Rockinghams (Best of the 60?s & British Rock) – Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue) 7/27 – Disco Unlimited (Best of the 70?s Disco) – 79th Street and Shore […]
Today, a city contractor took out at least five bus shelters on Gerritsen Avenue. They did this while raining forcing people to stand in the rain, not to mention the extended forecast calls for more rain.
Rain is a short term complaint. What does this mean for the long term?! Well for […]
The Seba Avenue Park Comfort Station aka Bathrooms construction is underway. This week there is a HUGE square hole that was excavated. Under the soil layer is nothing but sand.