July 3, 1999 RSS feed / Front Page

16 Arrested In Projects

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown and New York City Police officials announced the arrest of 16 individuals including six alleged members of the Bloods gang in and around Far Rockaway’s Redfern and Edgemere houses More...

Conductor Impersonator Arrested

Eddie Brown, of Kessina boulvard, was arrested last Thursday at the Mott avenue "A" line subway station for impersonating a New York city transit conductor. More...

Smith Homicide Solved

Suspects Charged With Murder

Joseph Frye and Alton Harden, the suspects in last week’s murder of nineteen year old William Smith, of Rockaway Beach, have been officially charged with murder and with crim- inal possession of stolen property. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

So a police van reports to the scene of a car accident on Beach Channel drive. As the cops check paperwork, etc. one of the driver’s notices an expired inspection sticker---on the police van. It expired in April. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Robert Levine, Joel Miele and Dr. Peter Galvin: Dynamic leaders of the Peninsula Hospital Center for the new millennium.

    Robert Levine, Joel Miele and Dr. Peter Galvin: Dynamic leaders of the Peninsula Hospital Center for the new millennium. More...

Got Computer Questions?

Ask Randy From Magichost

  Hi Randy, I enjoyed your article in The Wave, and hope it stays as a weekly feature. It was very informative. My question is this; it seems that on my computer, I can only make Pictures in paint program into my wallpaper for my desktop. More...

Letters

Bias In Reporting

Dear Editor; On Tuesday, June 15, near the Getty Mart a neighborhood white youth was attacked by five black boys. The boy was beaten up pretty good. More...

Keep ALPS Alive At 180

Dear Editor; As a concerned parent of two children currently enrolled at PS 114, I feel compelled to write concerning JHS 180. I am also an educator currently working as a technology staff developer for a school district in Brooklyn. More...

RAA Makes A Difference

The Rockaway Artists Alliance gave culture to my five year old son. They did it in a way that surprised and challenged him. More...

After Hours Beach Save

Tubridy Girls To Rescue

What’s normally a fun, uneventful evening for a running club turned anything but as Catherine Tubridy glanced toward the ocean, long after lifeguards had gone home, and saw swimmers in trouble. More...

Stabile Says: ‘Ferry Good News For Rockaway’

Calling it a move to "bring Rockaway out of the dark ages of transportation," Council Member Al Stabile released the ferry feasibility study he just received from the Port Authority. More...

Stray Shot Wounds Woman

Dwayne Fason, of Mott avenue in Far Rockaway, was arrested early Friday afternoon for allegedly opening fire on a man he was arguing with and wounding an innocent bystander with a stray shot from his handgun.   More...

Sports

Waldheim report On Softball

Last Saturday, the Jamaica Bay Softball League had their annual mid-summer classic. The best of the best (and some stragglers) competed at the Broad Channel Sports Complex. More...

Graybeard Hoops

IIn The Heat Of The Gym

Week four of Graybeards ’99 saw a total of five games played between Thursday night and Saturday morning. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Keep Off The Grass

    We’re in the middle of that summer tradition of car juggling so we thought it timely to throw our two cents in. It’s time for resident stickers. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Ronald J. Baptiste, Born In West Indies - Funeral services for Ronald J. Baptiste were held June 24 at the Jeremiah C. Gaffney Funeral Home, Inwood. More...


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