Monday, October 15, 2012

Fort hamilton

  • 9/11 Trials: Firefighter Robert Reeg Among Families And Responders Who Want ...

    Robert Reeg spoke Monday at the Fort Hamilton Army base in Brooklyn. He was among the 9/11 families and responders watching the Cuba proceedings via closed-circuit television in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maryland.

  • 9/11 Families to Watch Televised Gitmo Hearings

    Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn and Joint Base McGuire-Dix in New Jersey will hold screenings locally. The sites are closed to the public.

  • Fort Hamilton girls soccer team beats New Utrecht, 3-0, on two goals from ...

    In an attempt to improve team chemistry this season, Fort Hamilton's high-scoring forward Maria Pettet convinced teammate Cansu Usta to join her travel team, the Brooklyn Celtics, in the spring.

  • Fort Hamilton Sleep Center moving to new location

    Fort Hamilton Hospital is moving its Sleep Center to a bigger space across the street. The hospital started leasing space Oct. 1 in the basement of nonprofit Community First Solutions' headquarters on Eaton Avenue in Hamilton, according to hospital ...

  • Hamilton Acres, Shannon Park fence needed to protect Fort Wainwright from ...

    The Army says the new fence going in along parts of Birch Hill and behind Shannon Park and Hamilton Acres is to "enforce the installation's boundaries.

  • 9/11 victims' families to watch hearings in Cuba

    But relatives who register can see them on closed-circuit television at Fort Hamilton, a U.S. Army base. Another space there is reserved for first responders.

  • Randy Galloway: Nolan Ryan takes hit for comments concerning Hamilton

    By RANDY GALLOWAY - Fort Worth Star-Telegram. FORT WORTH, Texas - This isn't about another Josh Hamilton bashing.

  • Leon Goldstein soccer girls tie Fort Hamilton

    Leon Goldstein's Rorie St. Lawrence scored with just six seconds remaining in regulation soccer play to earn the Dolphins a 2–2 tie against the rival Fort Hamilton on Thursday in Dyker Beach Park - stealing a victory from the undefeated Tigers.

  • Brooklyn Tech Engineers decimate Fort Hamilton Tigers 42–0

    Brooklyn Tech running back James Gales rushed for three touchdowns and 128 yards as the Engineers decimated host Fort Hamilton 42–0 on Saturday afternoon a win that marked the Fort Greene squad's second-straight victory. Gales put the game away in ...

  • Curtis recovers momentum and tops Fort Hamilton, 32-18

    Curtis had its chances to leave Fort Hamilton far behind early on, and couldn't put the Tigers away. Now in the early minutes of the fourth quarter, Fort was a play away from seizing the momentum.

  • After precipitous retirement, Fort Hamilton HS gets a new leader

    Weeks after teachers at Fort Hamilton High School began speculating that their longtime principal was on her way out the door, the Department of Education has appointed a replacement.

  • Hamilton Janitorial Services in Fort St. John

    Maggie de Vries knows first-hand the plight of missing and murdered Aboriginal women in B.C.; her adopted sister Sarah went missing in 1998 and was discovered as one of the women murdered by Robert Pickton.

  • E. Louise Flinchum

    She was a retired Licensed Practical Nurse at Fort Hamilton Hospital in Hamilton, OH. She was a Lanier Township High School graduate and a graduate of the Fort Hamilton School of Nursing in 1963; Member of St. Paul United Methodist Church in Eaton ...

  • Hamilton's Return a Success

    And when Hamilton made his return to the Rangers' lineup on Monday after missing five games with balance and vision isses, he looked just like the guy that was ending his season on the same positive note he started it with before leaving last Tuesday's ...

  • Hamilton's Confirmed for Oct. 11 Opening

    The space, located at 2826 Fort Hamilton Pkwy., was formerly occupied by The Oak and the Iris, a spacious cafe that shuttered in May after failing to attract sufficient business.

  • Hamilton's is Hiring!

    Article. article[new_asset_attachment_attributes][user_id]. new_asset_attachment_attributes. Hamilton's, a new eatery soon opening in the former The Oak and the Iris location at 2826 Fort Hamilton Pkwy., is hiring. The following post is courtesy of ...

  • Ticats all but out of lives

    A post-season spot of any kind is growing unlikely for Hamilton. The Edmonton Eskimos are two points ahead of the Ticats in the standings and are looking to become the sixth West Division team since 2002 to cross over and claim the final playoff spot ...

  • MLB notes: Ryan smokin' mad that Hamilton quit tobacco

    Normally, when someone quits using tobacco, it's cause for rejoicing. Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton quit using smokeless tobacco during the season -- and now he is getting chewed out by team CEO Nolan Ryan.

  • Ryan: Rangers' Hamilton wrong to quit chewing tobacco mid-season

    (Ron Jenkins/Fort Worth Star-Telegram). Texas Rangers president Nolan Ryan has criticized Josh Hamilton's decision to try to break his tobacco-chewing habit during the season, FoxsportsSouthwest.

  • Redi-Segure has plenty to play for

    The senior year of Travon Reid-Segure, a standout wide receiver and defensive back at Fort Hamilton, has been filled with tough decisions, including when to come back from a devastating knee injury he sustained last November.

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