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Ulrich: Show Up, Speak Out

Councilman Eric Ulrich wants his constituents to be aware of three very important public hearings that will take place in the next two weeks. More...

O’Reilly Opens Campaign Office

Over 100 people showed up to the Sept. 10 grand opening of Mike O'Reilly's headquarters in Broad Channel, making it a huge success. O'Reilly, a former Marine, attorney, and pilot, is running as the Republican and Conservative candidate for U.S. More...

Appreciation And Remembrance

Members of the Daniel M. O’- Connell American Legion Auxiliary Unit 272 presented a token of appreciation and remembrance in honor of the 9/11 first responders at the firehouses on Beach 116th Street and Beach 94th Street. More...

School News

Creating Leaders at Saint Saviour High School

588 Sixth Street  Brooklyn, New York 11215 (718) 768-4406 www.stsaviour.org  Facebook: SaintSaviourHS Instagram: saintsaviourhighschool Success  100% of graduates attend college  74% of the graduates of 2016 earned merit scholarshi More...

Bishop Kearney Announces Project Lead the Way

Bishop Kearney High School announces the inauguration of the Project Lead the Way Computer Science Program which empowers students to become creators, instead of merely consumers, of technology. More...

St. Edmund Prep HS Continues to Grow

Rich in Academics, Outreach, Sports and Culture

St. Edmund Prep High School, a Roman Catholic college preparatory school, is the only Catholic School in Brooklyn and Queens that has the elite IB Programme. More...

Columnists

An Intern’s Take

Please allow me to begin by wishing a happy Rosh Hashanah to all of my brothers and sisters who practice Judaism. More...

Simon Says

We wish all our Jewish constituents a happy, sweet New Year. May this year bring peace, wealth and happiness. More...

Tales From The Rock

Jenny, our new tenant after the two Poles left was initially the perfect renter. She was quiet, hardly anybody came over and she paid her rent on time. This state of affairs lasted for about a year and a half when something gave. More...

Letters

Yes, It IS “Ferry Good News!”

Dear Editor: Yes, the news is “ferry good” – because Rockaway is finally going to get a ferry service that it deserves and needs, and this time, the community does not have to worry about losing the service. More...

We Need A Fixed Government

Dear Editor: In response to Ruth Graves’ letter “We Need Government,” we need government for a few things, but certainly not to take advantage of the taxpayers by creating more government jobs that do absolutely nothing for the peop More...

Give Zwirn A Chance

Dear Editor: The last thing that New York State needs is another Democrat in the Assembly. There are more than enough in Albany now to maintain New York's position as the highest taxed state in the union. More...

Weekender

RWA Hosts Two Great Events This Weekend

On Sunday, October 2nd, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance (RWA) is hosting two great events to help the Rockaway community be better prepared when disaster strikes. More...

Styx Returns To Westbur y

Come “Sail Away” with the legendary band, Styx, at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Sunday, Oct. 23. More...

Who’s Playing

Who’s Playing is The Wave’s weekly lineup of local art and entertainment premiering across the peninsula. Each week, we’ll take a look at some of the live music and performers in Rockaway, Breezy Point and Broad Channel. More...

Plans For Edgemere Press On

NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) met with more than 250 members of the Edgemere community, over the weekend, to reveal the “Resilient Edgemere Community Planning Initiative”—an eightpage roadmap for futur More...

Save The Date For A Rockaway Debate Free Access

Wave To Host Candidates on Oct. 19

On Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m., The Wave will host a “Debate Night” at Knights of Columbus, Rockaway Council #2672 at 333 Beach 90th St. The Wave has extended the invitation to all of the candidates vying for Rockaway votes. More...

Community

Close Out Summer With Big Squid

As the leaves change to signify the coming of the fall season, the Rockaway community prepares to close out yet another rousing summer beach season. More...

Community Councils Hold Joint Meeting

The 100th and 101st Precinct Community Councils hosted a joint meeting on Sept. 28 at the Macedonia Baptist Church on Beach 67th Street. More...

Building-Wide Yard Sale Free Access

Nothing beats a good bargain, which had so many locals out to rummage through piles of vintage treasures in a Building-Wide Yard Sale between Beach 105th and Beach 106th Streets and Shore Front Parkway on Saturday Sept. 24. More...

Entertainment/Lifestyles

Nigel Scott: Blueprint Of An Artist Free Access

Blue is often associated with serenity and the sky. The darker the blue, it is believed to have more power, like the ocean. More...

Web Series Films In Rockaway

Cast and crew members were outside of CVS on Rockaway Beach Boulevard, on Thursday, Sept. 22, to film a scene for a new comedy web series, called “Thanksgiving.” More...

The Hero of Rockaway

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Business News

Holidays

REAL ESTATE CORNER

The month of October has an unusual number of holidays this year. Of course, we always have Columbus Day which falls on the second Monday in October – this year it’s October 10th. More...

Dorothy Dunne

The horror day of the year, Halloween, is coming in a few weeks. Are we prepared? More...

Obits

Kirk Deligiannis

Kirk Deligiannis, 31, died on Sunday, Sept. 25. He was a loving and devoted husband, father, son and friend. More...

Warren J. Furrer

Warren J. Furrer died on Sept. 25. He was a Broad Channel resident for 50 years, coming from Brooklyn, a U.S. More...

Barbara A. Leahy

Barbara A. Leahy died on Sept. 27. She was a lifelong resident of Belle Harbor, a retired NYPD Police Officer (Badge No. 8124), a Eucharistic minister, an active member of St. Francis de Sales parish, and a volunteer at Peninsula Hospital. More...


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